Love on the Line book 3
light romantic suspense
The Love on the Line books are all stand alones and may be read in any order
Themes: enemies to lovers, one-night stand, suspicious accidents, rich girl/poor boy,
Some secrets weren’t meant to be revealed...
Scott Holland’s mill renovation project can’t succeed without Heather Silva’s backing. But the memory of his one-night stand with the business heiress won’t leave him alone, no matter how much trouble it causes. And, just as predicted, that trouble starts the minute they ink the deal.
Heather’s determination to succeed without the help of her wealthy parents pushes her to work with Scott. This project is about her financial independence, not the smoldering way he makes her feel. With their history, it’s no surprise they clash on every detail, but a grisly discovery changes everything. The mill has secrets, and someone wants Heather and Scott silenced. They must work together to find answers because what you don’t know can get you killed...
Heat level/warnings: some cursing, sensual scenes (PG 13) sexual chemistry, some violence
**Read the first chapters on many of these sites**
RT Book Reviews says, “Fatal Evidence is fun and flirtatious, the characters are nicely developed and the story is engaging. Lemor has brought happily-ever-afters and laughter into the hearts of readers.”
“Fatal Evidence has the right amount of everything I love in a book: mystery, suspense, intrigue, sexual chemistry, family drama and great friendships. Throw in an heiress turned real estate agent trying to get out from under her rich family and her entitled role and add a blue-collared construction worker with a chip on his shoulder and it's perfect. …” ~ Carolyn’s Book Reviews
“You don’t have to carry me. I’m fine walking.”
“And killing yourself by falling down three flights of stairs. Then where does my funding for this project go?”
“You already have access. You don’t need me.”
“Stealing from a dead woman, though. That just seems…wrong.”