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Blood

At first, the victims seem random, casualties of bad luck or bad judgment. But the body count keeps growing, until there's no denying the trail of death that makes its way from city to city. And always, it leads right to Sasha Miller's door.

Runs

Sasha's ice-skating career was almost destroyed when her partner was jailed on drug charges. Through sheer determination she rebuilt her life, yet lately, she can't shake the feeling she's being watched. Undercover DEA agent Mick Vinicor was convinced Sasha had something to hide. Now he's realizing how much she has to fear. . .

Cold

The nightmare has begun again. But this time, the stakes are much higher. Someone has been waiting to make Sasha pay--someone who'll show her that vengeance is twisted, merciless, and colder than the grave. . .

"Riveting and absorbing. . .sensual and emotional. . .dynamic suspense." –Romantic Times

Topics: Stand-Alone Novels, Undercover Agents, Sports, Figure Skating, Female Athletes, Drugs, Suspenseful, Murder, Adventurous, and Third Person Narration

Published: Kensington Books on
ISBN: 9781420128123
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