Some secrets are worth dying for... Military historian Trina Sorensen has a nearly impossible task before her: get recalcitrant but tempting former Navy SEAL Keith Hatcher to reveal what happened during a top secret Somalia op five years ago. Recent history isn't usually her forte, but the navy wants an historian's perspective and has given her the high security clearance to get the job done. Keith isn't just refusing to tell Trina about the op, he's protecting a national secret that could destroy the lives of those he cares about the most. But not wanting to talk about a covert mission doesn't mean he isn't interested in spending time with the sexy historian, and the first time they kiss it's explosive. When the past comes pounding on Keith's door, he'll do anything to keep Trina safe... Anything, that is, except tell her the secret that could get them both killed. The third book in Grant's Evidence series, Withholding Evidence is a short novel - approximately 50,000 words/150 pages.
- Paperback | 164 pages
- 133.35 x 203.2 x 10.16mm | 244.94g
- 28 Feb 2014
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- [North Charleston, South Carolina]
- Illustrations, black and white
Other books in this series
About Rachel Grant
Four-time Golden Heart(R) finalist Rachel Grant worked for over a decade as a professional archaeologist and mines her experiences for storylines and settings, which are as diverse as excavating a cemetery underneath an historic art museum in San Francisco, survey and excavation of many prehistoric Native American sites in the Pacific Northwest, researching an historic concrete house in Virginia, and mapping a seventeenth century Spanish and Dutch fort on the island of Sint Maarten in the Netherlands Antilles. She lives in the Pacific Northwest with her husband and children and can be found on the web at www.Rachel-Grant.net.