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V.K. Powell
As a thirty-year law enforcement veteran, VK Powell brings a rare level of authenticity to her novels of romantic intrigue. Her career spanned numerous positions including beat cop, homicide detective, vice/narcotics lieutenant, and assistant chief of police. Now retired, VK infuses her writing... show more

As a thirty-year law enforcement veteran, VK Powell brings a rare level of authenticity to her novels of romantic intrigue. Her career spanned numerous positions including beat cop, homicide detective, vice/narcotics lieutenant, and assistant chief of police. Now retired, VK infuses her writing with the wealth of experience she gained in police work.VK is a member of the Romance Writers of America, Rainbow Romance Writers, and the Golden Crown Literary Society. She has penned short stories and several novels featuring strong women who struggle with the timeless question: can you really have it all? VK can be contacted on her website: http://vkpowellauthor.comEmail: vk@vkpowellauthor.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/vk.powell.12 or Twitter: https://twitter.com/VKPowellHer work is available for purchase from major local and online booksellers, as well as direct from her publisher, Bold Strokes Books at http://boldstrokesbooks.com.
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CAB
CAB rated it 9 years ago
If I could I would give this 2 1/2 stars. It was OK. An easy beach read but I instantly forgot the plot and the people and I only finished reading it a few hours ago.
Cheri's Book Blog
Cheri's Book Blog rated it 9 years ago
I read the first two chapters and didn't find the characters or plot appealing.
Jemology
Jemology rated it 11 years ago
This is my first VK Powell novel and I love it. Hot leads. Interesting and fairly complicated case. Excellent police procedural overall. Highly recommended for fans of this genre. I only have one teeny weeny gripe--the book blurb could have been less revealing. 4.5 stars
CAB
CAB rated it 13 years ago
The synopsis on the Boldstrokes website is: “The cure for grief is action, but is it worth the risk?Greer Ellis is a hard-working homicide detective who excels at her job and values her reputation and her privacy. Since the death of her partner two years ago, work is the only thing that interests he...
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