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Best-selling author Maddy Fitch, while researching material for a new novel,returns to her hometown of Harbour Falls to investigate an unsolveddisappearance that has haunted the tiny Maine coastal town for the past fouryears. Although the case has gone cold, Maddy soon discovers that the primesuspect, Adam Ward, is hotter than ever.
The sexy, secretive Mr. Ward now makes his home on an isolated island near thecoast, so Maddy takes up residence nearby to find out why this enigmatic manlives in such a secluded place. Is it because the missing person at the heartof the case, a young woman, was engaged to Adam at the time of her disappearance?Did the prime suspect perhaps move to escape the town's scrutiny, or is hehiding something much more sinister?
As Maddy plunges into the case, she and Adam are drawn together. Should shefight her growing attraction to a possibly dangerous man? The mystery deepens,and the list of suspects, people who all had reasons for wanting to see themissing young woman gone, grows. Maddy hopes that by solving the mystery Adamwill be proven innocent of any involvement, and they can then move forward withtheir relationship. But as she uncovers clues that begin to lead suspicion awayfrom Adam, new secrets emerge that leave her questioning everything. Maddycontinues to close in on the truth, threatening to blow the lid off the wholemystery. But what she doesn't realize is that she's actually caught up insomeone's very dangerous game.
Lies, secrets, deceptions. In Harbour Falls, nothing is ever what it seems.This steamy novel immerses the reader in an intricate storyline that will keepthem glued till the very last page.
Romantic Suspense/Mystery genres
Order of books in the completed Harbour Falls Mystery trilogy:
been part of a bet, but neither party appeared to be just “goofing around.” They both looked like they were into it. Way into it. Well, maybe the blonde more so than Chelsea. And I knew that blonde. I could deny it all I wanted, but the image showed the truth. The mystery woman was a mystery no longer. The mystery woman had been my best friend in high school. And she was currently missing. Yes, the blonde mystery woman kissing Chelsea Hannigan was none other than Ami Dubois-Hensley. And what did
waiter listening attentively and respectfully as Adam commanded his full attention—I felt the obvious power Adam held over so many people. It was truly impressive, and it allowed me to see why he was so successful. After the waiter left, the steward returned with the wine and poured a small amount into a glass. Adam took a contemplative sip and nodded to the steward, who then poured us each a glass before leaving the room. I took a small taste and found it to be, as promised, quite delightful.
it,” Adam replied, smiling as he poured me another glass. I was already feeling a little heady, but whether it was from the alcohol—or my date—I couldn’t be sure. The waiter arrived with our first course, foie-gras-stuffed morels. Not surprisingly they were a perfect complement to the wine Adam had chosen. As we finished up, and before the entrees arrived, the waiter placed tiny, dainty liqueur glasses filled with sorbet in front of each of us. Adam placed his small spoon in my glass and
Maybe I wasn’t cut out for this kind of a relationship. Maybe Jennifer was right, maybe the powerful Adam Ward was just playing me. Knowing exactly where I was heading, I started north along the path that led to Adam’s property. Picking up speed with every step, I soon broke into a full run along the trail, branches scraping unmercifully at my bare arms. Tears, previously held back, streaked down my cheeks. Adam’s actions last night played over and over in my head, along with Jennifer’s harsh
fest, we made our way down to the waiting limo parked at the curb. As soon as the driver saw all the bags, he rushed out to load them into the trunk. Slipping into the backseat, Adam draped his arm around my shoulders and asked cautiously, “Everything go OK today?” “Everything was fine,” I replied, meeting his deep blue eyes, filled with concern as he searched my face. “Why do you ask?” “Trina told me you ran into Lindsey.” He sighed, raking his fingers through his hair. “Maddy, I don’t want