LAURELLIE ARMAND... Her competition with fellow reporter Matthew Bates went beyond professional rivalry; she fought the spark of sexual attraction as well. But when the two of them became unwilling partners investigating a mysterious death, Laurel found herself fighting for her own life. MATTHEW BATES... Protecting Laurel was Matt's self-appointed task. He had to find out who was out to kill her -- and why. But Laurel wasn't helping him a bit, and his feelings were getting in the way. Could he solve the mystery that haunted Heritage Oak and win the woman he loved?
You've been warned twice. Stop prying into Anne Trulane's death'. Laurel Armand may look like a fragile Southern Belle, but she's determined to prove herself as a journalist. When Susan Fisher comes to see Laurel and claims that her sister Anne was murdered, Laurel scents a story - and she's determined to get the truth. On the night of her death, Anne fled into the darkness of the New Orleans's swamp. Laurel wants to know what terrified Anne. When a copperhead snake is left on her doorstep, Laurel realizes that the warnings she is receiving mean that she's close to discovering an answer that someone doesn't want her to know.
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