To Kill For (The McKays Book 1)
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Former LA Cop, Kat McKay, vows she'll never return to Brecon Point after leaving years ago. But when tragedy strikes, she returns to help solve a crime that hit a little too close to home. Uncovering the truth about her missing niece means that Kat will have to face the demons of her own past. And the only way to do that is by enlisting the help of the one man she left behind.
Local cop, Finn Groves will do anything to solve the case--even if it means letting down his guard around the one woman who broke his heart years ago. With her niece's life on the line, Finn and Kat must put their past behind them in order to find Kat's niece. Will the McKays survive the explosive results or will they find one more reason to kill for?
spoken to Miss McKay and your parents, so now we just need to speak to you when you’re over the shock. We can’t afford to wait too long, though.” “No need to wait for me. You can talk to me now. Anything I can do to help, I will.” “I’ll leave you to it, Jake. I’m going to check on your sister,” his father said with a nod to the police officer. “Anything you need, you call me, understood?” Without waiting for a reply, he turned and left the room. “Thank you for your cooperation. This won’t
to one side, she pulled her coat tight around her and hurried over. “Another one?” She knew the answer before anyone spoke and her fears were confirmed. “Jasmine.” It was Sue who spoke, one of the older ladies who had been working the streets for as long as anyone could remember. “Oh, God, no! She was just a kid!” Belle had met her a couple of times. She couldn’t have been more than about seventeen. “Do they think it’s him again?” “They haven’t said, but I found her, I saw what he did. It’s
with you.” “Don’t you dare. Is Carrie here?” Kat nodded. “Then you go. I won’t be on my own and if I need anything, I’ll ask her.” Thirty-Eight She’d been wrong. The headache hadn’t gone, if anything it had gotten worse. She’d fallen asleep shortly after lying down, setting her alarm so she didn’t sleep for too long. She’d realized as soon as she’d moved to turn it off after it started buzzing that she hadn’t gotten any better, sharp shards of pain stabbing at her head. It felt like a
from college and they’d started dating straight away. It had become serious once he had returned home and gone to work for his father. Her parents had been thrilled. He was from a good family and had excellent prospects, things that were still important to them, even in this day and age. Jamie knew they’d harbored hopes that the two of them would marry one day, but tonight’s proposal had completely taken her by surprise. “Did you know about this?” she whispered to her mom after finally giving
was just coming down the stairs when a disheveled Jake walked through the front door. Taking one look at him, she knew he’d been out all night. He was still wearing the same clothes he’d been wearing at lunch the day before. “You okay?” she asked. She’d been worried about him since he’d stormed out the day before. “Yeah, fine,” he mumbled, although it was clear from his face that he was, in fact, far from fine. “Look, why don’t you talk to Dad again?” she replied gently. “I shouldn’t have to