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Returning home to Grand Junction would not have been Rosie Perkins’ first choice, but with her mother no longer able to take care of herself, it’s the only one she has. As is working the night shift at a local hotel to bring in a much-needed income.
Rosie juggles to keep all the pieces of her life together and has no room to add anything more. One morning after a long shift, when she witnesses a hotel guest crash into a dumpster, her careful control starts to unravel.
Security specialist, Jake Hutchinson, has his hands full protecting the arrogant lead actor of a movie being filmed in town. Since the production company and crew arrived at the hotel, the entitled star has been nothing but trouble.
The only thing that can improve his mood is the occasional nightly glimpse of the redheaded housekeeper.
Until he finds himself trapped between desire and duty.
This is actually a detective story. Exciting female detective of a certain age, over 40, but vital and energetic. She is starting a new life with a new man but old friends. Worth a try in my opinion.
Hit and run
Really liked this book. Great characters and storyline.
Very pleased with this book I’ve never read Freya’s work before and I enjoyed it completely. Wonderful realistic characters, the growth of the relationship and the storyline with the the murder and the whole thing. It just worked very, very well together.