Secrets and Lies (Mass Market Paperbound)
Harlequin Books, 9780373776825, 529pp.
Publication Date: April 24, 2012
He's a bad boy
Famous criminal defense attorney Jackson Moore thought he had left his bad-boy past behind himbut his childhood sweetheart had different plans for him.
Rachelle Remont thought she could forget her tragic small-town history by writing about it in her nationally syndicated column. She hadn't counted on Jackson Moore's return, or on the way her blood ran hot at the sight of him. He was determined to discover the town's secrets with Rachelleand in doing so, uncover some secrets of their own.
He's just a cowboy
For six agonizing years Heather Tremont Leonetti tried to make a lie of the breathless summer when rodeo rider Turner Brooks broke her innocence and branded her heart. But now only the truth could save her most precious, cherished memento.
Which meant she'd have to beg the help of the one man who could drive her to her kneesthe proud, unforgiving loner she'd lovedthe unforgettable cowboy who'd sired her son.
About the Author
Lisa Jackson is a #1 New York Times bestselling author of more than seventy books including romantic suspense, thrillers and contemporary and historical romances. She is a recipient of the RT Book Reviews Reviewers\u2019 Choice Award and has also been honored with their Career Achievement Award for Romantic Suspense. Born in Oregon, she continues to make her home among family, friends and dogs in the Pacific Northwest. Visit her at www.lisajackson.com.
Praise For Secrets and Lies…
"Lisa Jackson takes my breath away." -#1 New York Times bestselling author Linda Lael Miller
"[B]est-selling Jackson cranks up the suspense to almost unbearable heights in her latest tautly written thriller."
--Booklist on Malice
"Provocative prose, an irresistible plot and finely crafted characters make up Jackson's latest contemporary sizzler."
-Publishers Weekly on Wishes
"When it comes to providing gritty and sexy stories, Ms. Jackson certainly knows how to deliver."
-RT Book Reviews on Unspoken