Author: Camryn King
Paperback: 320 pages
Mallory Knight knows all too well how perfect lives can be illusions. Her best friend, Leigh, seemed to have it all. But then she’s found dead. Suicide, or so they say. Mallory isn’t convinced, and decides to put her investigative journalist skills to use in a whole new way.
To the rest of the world, superstar athlete Christian Graham seems perfect—he is kind, honorable, and easy on the eyes. But after discovering his name in Leigh’s journal, Mallory wonders if there are secrets behind his megawatt smile. If every generous public gesture is a lie.
Challenging the popular superstar puts Mallory’s career and reputation on the line. But she won’t back down in her pursuit of the truth—even if the cost is her job . . . or her life.
Before delving into the world of suspense, intrigue, and inconvenient attraction, Camryn King was the senior writer and managing editor for a lifestyle magazine. An avid world traveler, she’s lived in or visited more than two dozen countries and forty-two states, and acquired endless fodder for upcoming novels. Stiletto Justice was her debut. Her website is CamrynKing.com.
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