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Melting Point
by Debra Cowan Silhouette

Category: Fiction / Autobiography
0 pages; ISBN: 0373274408

Rating: 8/10  (Ratings explained)
Reviewer: Anne K. Edwards


The romantic in any reader will identify with Detective Kiley Russell when she is given an assignment to work with hunky firefighter Collier McClain. It brings back too sharply the attraction she felt for him at the Christmas dance. A firefighter is shot on the job as he handles the nozzle of the hose at a warehouse fire with Collier standing right behind him. Collier realizes it could have just as easily been him and reacts with a determination to find the killer as he steps into a new job as fire investigator. However, he hadn't counted on working with the one woman he couldn't get out of his mind, Det. Kiley Russell. But, if determination counts for anything, he will do his job without letting anything distract him. So begins the investigation into the death of the fourth firefighter to be murdered and the questions come fast and furious as suspects are protected by an aggressive lady lawyer who seems to be everywhere. You will wonder at her apparent determination to block them at every turn. Could it be her apparent desire to add Collier to her list of conquests? Talented Debra Cowan has created a romantic mystery with plenty of suspense to hold the interest of any reader. You will feel the snap and sizzle as Kiley and Collier try working together as they become deeply aware of each other. To add to their problems, danger follows in their footsteps. Recommended as a fun read that you will long remember. Enjoy. I did.



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