Alison Monaghan discovers proof of her husband's infidelity in a photograph with a mysterious woman, she must decide how to confront Frank when he returns home from work. Despite the influence of her best friend Valerie, a strong Christian, Alison remains aloof from God and is determined to handle this crisis her own way. But Alison may not get that chance. Frank never makes it home. Soon his body is found on a lonely back-country road in antebellum Weathersby Historic Park where Frank served on the board of directors and where Alison, with a degree in landscape design, was a volunteer garden docent. Homicide detective Mike Barefoot, a Cherokee native from the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina, immediately puts Alison at the top of his suspect list. He finds himself drawn to her--and not just because she had motive for the crime. As an army veteran, Mike usually keeps his emotional walls high. And as a detective, he knows not to get involved with murder suspects.
Alison wanted her cheating husband gone, not dead...
Blending Southern and Native American fiction, Lisa Carter is the author of romantic suspense novels, Carolina Reckoning, Beneath a Navajo Moon, Under a Turquoise Sky, and Vines of Entanglement; and also Aloha Rose, a contemporary romance in the Quilts of Love series. She and her husband have two daughters and make their home in Raleigh, North Carolina. A member of ACFW, RWA, and Sisters in Crime, when she isn't writing, Lisa enjoys traveling, quilting and researching her next romantic adventure. Visit her online at LisaCarterAuthor.com.
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