No matter how many fights UFC champion Cole Cavanaugh wins, he can't rid himself of the guilt of not having saved his twin sister's life. Read more...
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No matter how many fights UFC champion Cole Cavanaugh wins, he can't rid himself of the guilt of not having saved his twin sister's life. Now, not only is he facing his arch enemy in the ring, he's fighting to uncover the truth about Cass's death. But will winning both fights truly give him the retribution and absolution he seeks? Or does he need the healing power of love to finally move on with his life?
The mystery surrounding Cass's murder also haunts veterinarian Grace Hunter. Many believe that her father might hold the key to the truth. Unfortunately the ex-Sheriff's deteriorating mental state makes it impossible to separate fact from fiction. As Cole persuades Grace to help him unlock the elusive clues, her defenses weaken. She finds the Stetson-wearing fighter irresistible. But while the truth could free Cole's heart, it could very well end up shattering hers.
- ISBN-13: 9780451465085
- ISBN-10: 0451465083
- Publisher: Berkley Books
- Publish Date: March 2015
- Page Count: 320
- Reading Level: Ages 18-UP
- Dimensions: 6.7 x 4.1 x 1 inches
- Shipping Weight: 0.35 pounds
Series: Cavanaugh Brothers
Publishers Weekly® Reviews
- Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
- Review Date: 2015-01-19
- Reviewer: Staff
Wright’s capable third Cavanaugh Brothers contemporary western (after Broken) finally begins to reveal the true story of Cass Cavanaugh’s murder. Champion fighter Cole Cavanaugh has done everything he can to suppress the pain of his twin sister’s death. Veterinarian Grace Hunter, the daughter of their Texas town’s former sheriff, wants to believe she’s no longer a fool for bad boys. When the two unite to continue investigating the murder, they are too close to ignore their mutual attraction. Worse, their efforts produce nothing but distractions in the week before Cole’s big rematch fight. Some late revelations promise closure on Cass’s death, allowing the romance to enjoy its own satisfying resolution. Wright once again delivers her signature mix of dramatic tension and delectable passion. (Mar.)