Better as a Memory by Dawn Brower

One night of passion leaves Belle Brennan longing for her Mr. Mysterious…

Better as a memory

One night of passion leaves Belle Brennan longing for her Mr. Mysterious…

An undercover operative, Cain Dempsey, leaves the woman he loves in order to protect her. A case he's working on takes a turn for the worst leaving him no choice but to return to her for aide. Belle is the one person he can trust, even if she has every right to be angry with him.

Taking an impromptu vacation at her family's lake house Belle is surprised to find Cain at the back door. He's injured, surly, and every bit as gorgeous as she remembers. Lucky for him she's a doctor and doesn't hold a grudge.

Can they survive the threats surrounding them long enough to rekindle their growing passion or will Cain's dangerous life destroy them forever?

Genre: FICTION / Romance / Suspense

Secondary Genre: FICTION / Romance / Contemporary

Language: English

Keywords: thriller, second chance, espionage, military

Word Count: 21900

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Sample text:

“What are we drinking to?”

Belle turned toward the man she’d been thinking of a few moments prior. Damn he was sneaky and quiet. Where had he come from? “My freedom for the evening. You?”

“I’m not much for drinking.”

She wanted to call bullshit, but refrained. It hadn’t been her imagination that he’d been nursing his own glass of champagne earlier. Though she supposed he could have not finished it. Maybe he’d grabbed a glass for show. These events could be rather tedious and boring. Sometimes it helped to have something to hold onto.

“Your loss.” She grinned. “I rather enjoy a good glass of champagne every now and then.”

He lifted it from her hands and set it aside. “Why drink when you can do other things to make you feel just as pleasurable.”

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