THE DUPLICITOUS DIVORCE--Book Three in the Minx Tobin Murder Mystery Series
Author: Susanne Marie Knight
Genre: Murder Mystery Romance
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Minx’s involvement with an unhappy newlywed turns deadly... for the bride and for Minx.
DIVORCE... L.A. STYLE
Minx Tobin’s latest client, Magda Boswell, complains that her new husband wants her dead. But maybe it’s the old husband Magda should worry about. Or the first husband’s new wife. Then again, Magda’s longstanding boyfriend isn’t too devoted, either. Minx gets mixed up in convoluted marital problems that just might end up in death... for her.
Homicide lieutenant Gabe Harris can’t believe his good luck. Not only does he win $20,000 but more important, he persuades Minx to take a chance on him. But when Minx gets involved in another murder case, he finds the odds for her survival are not in her favor.
Minx unexpectedly runs into Homicide Lieutenant Gabe Harris while visiting Las Vegas. Their mutual attraction goes up a notch!
Gabe pushed his chair away from the table, then stood. “I’ve got an early start tomorrow, so I’d better get going. I’ll walk you to your hotel room, Minx.”
“Oh.” Drat, had her disappointment sounded in her voice?
He helped her up from her chair. “When are you leaving Vegas?”
“Sadie and I drive back sometime tomorrow afternoon. What about you?”
“I fly out tomorrow night.”
When they entered the hotel, the cool air-conditioning bit at her. He must’ve noticed her shudder for he placed his arm around her nearly bare shoulders.
She sank back against him, grateful for his warmth and for the solid feel of him.
They both were quiet as they rode up to the seventh floor in the Century elevators.
All too soon they stood by her hotel room. Minx eyed the door and gulped down her nervousness. Should she invite him inside? What if Sadie was already in bed?
Minx glanced up at him with her invitation pasted on her lips.
He stretched his arm out to the doorframe, then leaned in close to her. “I’ll say good-night now, Minx, with one stipulation.” He was so close, they shared the same air.
“Stipulation?” she repeated. Her voice sounded husky to her ears.
“Mmm.” He trailed his lips over the shell of her ear.
Whoa. She almost died from the sheer pleasure of it.
“Yeah, and the stipulation is that you’ll go out with me as soon as possible.” He nibbled his way down the length of her neck. “Tomorrow’s out, but what about Monday night?”
Her knees buckled and her heart pounded. It took all her willpower to focus on the physical act of speaking.
“Um, Mon-Monday’s fine.”
“Good. I’ll call you.” Gabe brushed his lips against hers, then pulled away. “Now don’t forget.”
As if she could!
He turned around, walked down the corridor and into the waiting open elevator. Only when the elevator doors swished closed, did Minx move from her position.
Good God, that man was sex personified. Wiping sudden perspiration from her forehead, she slipped her card key into the door and stumbled into her room.
Hope you enjoy!
Susanne Marie Knight
Read outside the box: award-winning Romance Writing With A Twist