Wednesday, March 23, 2016
Review: Confessions by Cynthia Eden
Desperate to prove she’s being framed for murder, Scarlett Stone entrusts her reputation—and her life—to the man who once broke her heart. Grant McGuire, a sexy former army ranger turned detective, has never been the same since military action. But behind his cold demeanor, he still burns for Scarlett.
Taking her case is an easy but dangerous decision for Grant. Together they must race against the clock to find the real killer, who now wants them both dead. More dangerous, however, is their sudden, reignited passion. Grant will do anything for a second chance with Scarlett…while she’ll do everything to keep the secret she never wants him to know…
It has been a while since I've read anything from Harlequin and I really like Cynthia Eden's Battling McGuire Boys. This is a family that is really close knit and are what I'd like to think a family should be but it is not always the case. And Grant being the older brother is more protective than most and he leaves Scarlett for her own good. And that didn't work out so well. But Scarlett is no weak heroine though she is a damsel in distress with someone trying to frame her and with Grant and his family working on getting her through that. They are having so much success that the killer decides she has to die. This book has reunited lovers, a deranged killer, and action packed in a small package. I was given one of these books (Deceptions) by the author in exchange for a fair and honest review and I liked this family so much I went and bought this one and another. I give this 4 1/2 stars.