Shattered Trust by Leslie Esdaile Banks

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Brilliant beauty Laura Caldwell and her new husband, detective James Carter, try to begin a peaceful new life in a Cayman Islands paradise, free from the enemies of the past. It's a beautiful dream--but for this passionate pair, can it ever come true…?

From avenging her father's death to bringing down Philadelphia's most corrupt families, gutsy financial genius Laura Caldwell has finally found the calm after the storm. Ensconced in a luxurious island villa, and recovered from disasters both natural and criminal, newlyweds Laura and James have retired from the business of ridding the world--and their lives--of violence and deceit. With their enemies either behind bars or dead, and Laura's bank account in the millions, their life is now filled with love, family, leisure--and the unsettling feeling that serious trouble is never far behind. Maybe it's just paranoia, a habit of staying one step ahead of danger. But when they get a tip about a brutal killing back home in Philly, their worst fears are confirmed--and their heaven on earth quickly becomes a hell. For all their enemies have left is revenge--something no one knows more about than Laura. Now the couple will have to figure out who has the resources--and the guts--to come after them. But will it mean leaving paradise? And can they come out alive?


About Leslie Esdaile Banks

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Leslie Esdaile Banks has penned over sixteen novels and five novellas within genres as diverse as romance, women's fiction, crime suspense, and dark fantasy/horror, and regularly contributes to magazines and newspaper columns. Esdaile writes and lives in University City, Philadelphia, with her husband and children.
Published September 1, 2006 by Kensington Books. 244 pages
Genres: Romance, Westerns, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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