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Kiss of Fate : The Mistresses of Fate, Book Three
by Deirdre Dore




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In the bestselling tradition of Laura Griffin, the conclusion in a new romantic suspense trilogy features an officer with the Atlanta Police Department who teams up with a documentary filmmaker to delve into one of the darkest secrets of Fate, a secret that involves everyone she has ever loved.

Christina, Tavey, and Raquel have been haunted for decades by the death of their best childhood friend—a crime that remains unsolved. Decades later, all three are still anchored in their small hometown of Fate, Georgia, and obsessed with discovering what happened to their friend so many years ago…

Raquel Weaver is a member of Atlanta PD's sex crimes task force, a dedicated hunter of child abusers, and the daughter of a famous blues singer with a history of scandal. Raquel tries to avoid the limelight, partially because of Brent Burns, an award-winning documentary filmmaker, who made her private pain public knowledge. But when comes to her asking for help revealing a connection between her missing friend and his own sister, she puts aside her resentment and works with him to tie together the threads of love, greed, and desperation that led to the loss of her best friend, and teaches her to trust again.

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Overview

In the bestselling tradition of Laura Griffin, the conclusion in a new romantic suspense trilogy features an officer with the Atlanta Police Department who teams up with a documentary filmmaker to delve into one of the darkest secrets of Fate, a secret that involves everyone she has ever loved.

Christina, Tavey, and Raquel have been haunted for decades by the death of their best childhood friend—a crime that remains unsolved. Decades later, all three are still anchored in their small hometown of Fate, Georgia, and obsessed with discovering what happened to their friend so many years ago…

Raquel Weaver is a member of Atlanta PD's sex crimes task force, a dedicated hunter of child abusers, and the daughter of a famous blues singer with a history of scandal. Raquel tries to avoid the limelight, partially because of Brent Burns, an award-winning documentary filmmaker, who made her private pain public knowledge. But when comes to her asking for help revealing a connection between her missing friend and his own sister, she puts aside her resentment and works with him to tie together the threads of love, greed, and desperation that led to the loss of her best friend, and teaches her to trust again.


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  • ISBN: 9781476727721
  • Publisher: Pocket Star
  • Imprint: Pocket Star
  • Date: Sept 2014
  • Seller Statement: Sold by Simon and Schuster
 

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