· Margaret Daley
1 review

About this ebook

Abduction. Death. Second chances.

When Beth Sherman interrupts a break-in at her house, her life changes drastically. When K9 police officer, Colby Parker, returns to his hometown after years of staying away, he finally must face his feelings concerning the murder of his fiancée.

Circumstances throw Beth and Colby together when a person leaves bombs in different public places around Cimarron City. They both have given up on love, but caught up in the dangerous situation, the pair find themselves falling in love. But can it last, especially when Beth is kidnapped?

Ratings and reviews

1 review
Valri Western
June 17, 2019
Another fabulous book in the Everyday Heroes series from this author! Each one is different and doesn't connect so they can be read alone. As with the others, this one is fast-paced and has great characters. I can always relate to this author's characters and story lines because they are believable and realistic. I enjoy them very much and can never put the book down until I've finished it! They are so good! Beth interrupts a break-in at her house so feels vulnerable and stays with a neighbor until a security system can be installed at her place. I would too! The police determine that nothing is stolen during the break-in so why did it happen? Colby is the grandson of the lady Beth is staying with and he is a K-9 officer. He has recently come back to town after being gone for a long time so he begins to help Beth with figuring out who broke in to her house but also there is someone setting off bombs around the city so he is working on that. Between these two things, Colby and Beth become involved and it's a race for time when the two things start to intersect! I know you'll enjoy this book!

About the author

USA Today Bestselling author, Margaret Daley, is multi-published with over 100 titles and 5 million books sold worldwide. She had written for Harlequin, Abingdon, Kensington, Dell, and Simon and Schuster. She has won multiple awards, including the prestigious Carol Award, Holt Medallion and Inspirational Readers' Choice Contest.

She has been married for over forty-five years and is enjoying being a grandma. When she isn't traveling, she's writing love stories, often with a suspense thread and corralling her three cats that think they rule her household. To find out more about Margaret visit her website at

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