Danger in a Small Town (Carolina Justice #1)
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Danger in a Small Town (Carolina Justice #1)

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Someone had broken into Tess Graver's home and trashed the place. But this was no random robbery. The intruder was looking for something specific--but what? With her own secrets to keep hidden, Tess reluctantly turned to neighbor Ethan Rogers for help. The been-there, seen-that former DEA agent wanted nothing to do with the big-city crime from his old life. But Ethan wasn'...more
ebook, 256 pages
Published May 1st 2008 by Steeple Hill Love Inspired Suspense
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Lori Henrich
Tess comes back home to help her uncle who has an injured leg. She was ready to leave her job anyway because her co-workers were still treating her with suspicion, even though she was cleared of being a thief. Little does she know that an innocent desire for a job will set in motion a series of events that might mean her life.

Ethan is in town to recover. He recently retired from being a DEA agent. His last case has left internal scars that are proving difficult to get over. When his cousin asks...more
This was a good, clean, romantic suspense story!
When Tess Graver's home is robbed, she enlists the aid of her neighbor, former DEA agent Ethan Rogers, to find out what the robber was looking for. Soon, they both discover that a meth lab is setting up shop in this small Carolina town. Both Tess and Ethan left their previous jobs under suspicious circumstances, and I liked how the author used their backgrounds to draw them closer to each other. The book is more suspenseful than some others in this series, and it's a decent hour's read.
Rachel Barr
Both Tess and Ethan left their jobs for different reasons.. but at the say time the reason were the same.. they has lost hope, wanted to return to something familiar to feel safe, But yo their surprise, it is anything but safe. The twist and turns, keep bringing them closer to each other and they help each other back to having Hope
Girl moves back to a small town, and bad things start happening. Next door neighbor, former DEA, jumps into the fray to find out what's going on.
This was not one of my favorites. It was very clean, Christian, and kept the action moving. Just not "spellbinding". Some things were a little disconnected, but I thought it was OK.
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