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Review: Kill Without Shame

kill-without-shameLucas St. Clair and Mia Ramon were high school sweethearts.  But his wealthy, politically connected family didn’t approve of their relationship.  The son of Senator St. Clair must marry the right woman.  And so Lucas broke her heart due to his father’s wishes.

But that was years ago.  In Alexandra Ivy‘s Kill Without Shame, Lucas is one of five Afghanistan vets who runs Apres Security — the security agency that appears in her other novels. But now he’s back in town.  Eh won’t be touching is father’s money.  A detective shows up looking for leads on a murder of a guy he knew in high school.  And that guy was murdered with a picture of Mia in his pocket and the words ‘kill her or else’ written on it.

And the former prisoner of war won’t be touching is father’s money.  Does that mean he’ll be seeking out Mia?  No — it’s danger, not romance that brings them totgether when a detective shows up looking for leads on a murder of an old high school classmate.  And that classmate was murdered with a picture of Mia in his pocket and the words ‘kill her or else’ written on it.

Why does the dead man have a photo of her in his pocket?  Why the threat?  Is the crime connected to Mia’s landscape company?  What secrets from the past will the investigation turn up?  Will she forgive Lucas or will the past get in the way of his ability to keep her safe.  Who is trying to kill Mia? Read Kill Without Shame and find out.

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