Worth Dying For (The Protectors, #24)
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Worth Dying For (The Protectors #24)

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Sometimes love is stronger than death...

Security agent Dante Moran can't afford the luxury of love - in his line of work, emotions can get you killed. Besides, he's never recovered from the pain of losing his high school sweetheart to a serial rapist and killer. As far as Dante is concerned, his heart died the day her body was discovered.

But when he's hired to find Tessa W...more
Paperback, HQN Romance, 379 pages
Published November 1st 2004 by Harlequin Books
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Setting: small towne of Colby, Texas; Dundee Agency; Westbook Estate in Mississippi;

Theme: parental love; young love; mature love; serial killer & pain; truth & lies.

Dante Moran – at 18 the bad boy around town – and fell in love with Amy Smith – a shy, sweet, foster daughter who wouldn’t let him kiss her for 6 months. He had a flat tire on night he was to pick her up after work and she wasn’t there, and never found, assumed to be one of Eddie Jay Nealy’s victims – but he neve...more
Naomi Wheatley
I did not enjoy this book as much as I have previous stories by this author. This one seemed a bit too predictable.
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Good book, but VERY predictable
Patricia Solla
Now this was a very interesting story. It involves a serial killer and his victims. It also involves one of the victims who survived as well as one who was killed. But which one is which? The story begins with a young girl who runs away from home. Because she has not been kidnapped a private detective agency is hired. The action is fast and the story that unravels is completely intriguing.
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Cassondra Windwalker
Beverly Barton is the top of her field. One day, I will read the last of her books, and I will cry like the day I read the last Nancy Drew book as a little girl. If you enjoy wicked suspense, fascinating characters, and masterful romance, then you have to check out Beverly Barton.
No surprises here- knew what was going to happen from the first. But still it was a great one day read!
Judy Feenstra
Great book! Started to figure out alot 3/4 thru the book; but just the same it was a good read.
I liked this book. Plotline a bit far-fetched but I still enjoyed it.
this is like a Harlequin novel with a murder. not keen on it.
Bev Peyton
Always enjoy a Beverly Barton Mystery this was a good one
I liked it.
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Beverly Marie Inman was born on 23 December 1946 in Tuscumbia, Alabama, USA. Daughter of Doris Marie and Walter D. Inman Jr. A born romantic, she fell in love with The Beauty and the Beast epic at an early age, when her grandfather bought her an illustrated copy of the famous fairy tale. Even before she learned to read and write, her vivid imagination created magical words and fabulous characters...more
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