Cross Her Heart

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An element of surprise is found in all the stories which Melinda Leigh has written. She likes twisting the story when nobody is expecting it. So the fans keep themselves prepared all the time for this kind of fun. Seconds to Live had a hidden story in it that changed the course of the investigation forever. Then Hour of Need brought more haste to the scene and the characters were not with proper luck.

Bree had a hard time in her youth because her parents got killed in a mishap. She had not recovered completely from those thoughts although it has been twenty five years since the thing actually occurred in front of his eyes. Her job as a homicide has given her a chance to look in another direction and she has tried to keep herself busy all the time.

Another murder case appears in Philadelphia and this time the one who is killed has made things personal once again. It is Bree’s sister who is killed during a marriage party and the case looks similar to the one in which her parents died. It seems that history has repeated itself.

More suspicion appears on the surface when Erin’s husband is nowhere to be found. Bree takes the help of Matt who happens to be Justin’s old friend as well. Together the two start investigating the case which is the most important one in their list. Christina Traister, the narrator of the story will not allow the listener to sleep on the weekend before finishing the story. It is something really personal for Bree so she must get over her demons of the past in order to deal with the new ones.



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