When Sara Adams' infant daughter is abducted, she moves heaven and earth to find her. But six months later, time is running out and Sara turns to the one man she shouldn't—insurance investigator Morgan Daniels. Dangerously attractive, he's a threat to more than just her heart, and if she isn't careful, he'll unearth secrets better left buried.
Proving Sara murdered her husband is Morgan's top priority. Helping her find her child is the perfect opportunity to get the proof he needs. But when he starts to think of her as a woman rather than a suspect, she slips under his armor. He can't trust her. Worse, he can't trust himself around her.
All evidence points to Sara as a murderer, but Morgan's gut tells him the evidence is wrong. Is his obsession with her blinding him to the facts? Or is the real murderer still out there…stalking Sara?
Sara has endured more than one woman should have to with the deaths of her husband, his friend and business partner, her grandmother, plus the disappearance of her infant daughter Kaycee, all in the space of about six months.
Now to top it all off, the police are exhuming her husband, intent on accusing Sara of his death. Morgan, the insurance investigator is also hot on her trail. As well, strange things keep happening to her in her own house. Is she going mad?
There are lots of twists, turns, and red herrings here as we try and figure out a motive for all the deaths, as well as find out who might have wanted to kidnap Kaycee. Or is Kaycee already dead?
Morgan begins to believe that not only is Kaycee alive, but that Sara is an innocent victim caught up in a strange set of circumstances. Morgan can’t help but be attracted to the attractive widow, even as he knows how unethical that might be.
Grave Secrets is a ripping mystery, lots of action, and all in all, a good mystery for a dark night.
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