Hot Night by Shannon McKenna

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In The Crosshairs. . .

Abby Maitland just landed a dazzling exhibit of priceless Spanish treasure for the museum--and someone would kill for it. Whether she likes it or not, Zan Duncan has to protect her. But Abby's mesmerized by Zan's untamed strength and very sexual vibe. From the long dark hair, the thick, hard muscles, and the black leather jacket right on down to the honed fighting skills and the tattoos, Zan is a master of subtle seduction, giving her night after hot night of secret, endless pleasure. Then a lethal game of deception, greed and murder gets underway--a game more sinister than Abby and Zan ever imagined. When no one can be trusted and no place is safe, their passion may be the only thing that can save them...

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"Shannon McKenna does it again. Super-sexy suspense!" --Cherry Adair

"Elaborate plot fabulously worked out from the good guys to the bad guys. McKenna sculpts a powerful death scene that will give readers chills. Constant danger fuels the senses and heightens arousal throughout the entire story." --Romantic Times, 4 ½ star review, a Top Pick!


About Shannon McKenna

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Shannon McKenna is the New York Times bestselling author of Extreme Danger and Ultimate Weapon. Originally from the Pacific Northwest, she now lives in Italy with her husband and two children.
Published July 22, 1939 by Kensington Books. 430 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Page 82: Heroine Abby Maitland allows her best friend – her emotionally disturbed and almost pathologically submissive best friend – to meet alone a man who has threatened and seriously scared her because, as the friend says, “I’ve just got to do it myself, Abby”.

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