Small-town red-head Cat Collier runs a private investigation service called Red Cat Investigation out of her office in the beautiful Palazzo Castellano with the help of her secretary, Nola White, an ex-client Cat took in because she had nowhere else to go, her boyfriend, Erick “Carter” Larsen, and Carter’s father, the wealthy, influential, and shady lawyer, Detrick Bittmor.
In this third installment of the Cat Collier Mystery series, after escaping from captivity in an abandoned train car, Cat stumbles upon a homeless man at the long-deserted train station, who helps her get home to Carter. Detrick discovers he knows this homeless man as the one-time legendary saxophone player who played in the downstairs bar when they were both young and the family embarks on rehabilitating the sax player and reopening the bar, “The Blues.”
A short, clean romances with heartbreak and healing
This is the third book in the Cat Collier series. The first January Black Ice sets the stage. Both are short, clean romances with heartbreak and healing. Dietrick, Carter’s father is as manipulative as ever–but in a good way!! There are some mysteries to be solved by Cat–and some truths to be revealed by Carter.
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