Kansas City Christmas

She Sought Solace in a Silent Knight in Order to Save Her City at ChristmasA detective with no badge, Edward Kincaid s brooding nature scared medical examiner Holly Masterson, but couldn t dim her holiday spirit It was when she attracted a stalker that the most wonderful time of the year turned into the most frightening Working together to reveal a conspiracy too many peShe Sought Solace in a Silent Knight in Order to Save Her City at ChristmasA detective with no badge, Edward Kincaid s brooding nature scared medical examiner Holly Masterson, but couldn t dim her holiday spirit It was when she attracted a stalker that the most wonderful time of the year turned into the most frightening Working together to reveal a conspiracy too many people had died covering up, Holly found Edward s protection and powerful embrace hard to resist Now, as new clues surfaced, could she bust the case wide open and give her silent knight the Christmas miracle he deserved
Kansas City Christmas She Sought Solace in a Silent Knight in Order to Save Her City at ChristmasA detective with no badge Edward Kincaid s brooding nature scared medical examiner Holly Masterson but couldn t dim her hol

  • Title: Kansas City Christmas
  • Author: Julie Miller
  • ISBN: 9780373693665
  • Page: 452
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Kansas City Christmas”

    1. The conclusion to The Precinct: Brotherhood of the Badge books, where the Kincaid brothers' (a family of cops) father's murder is finally solved. I really liked heroine Holly Masterson. She was a medical examiner, smart, and a take-charge kind of gal. Hero Edward Kincaid was just okay. He was a widower, and while I can sympathize with him in his loss of his wife and child, he lived too much in the past, wallowed in his grief, was dreary, and just seemed boring. And I hated his nickname for Holly [...]

    2. At his father’s funeral in April, Edward Kincaid promised his mother to recover his father’s KCPD badge that wasn’t discovered by the body, now, eight months later (and eight months sober) he enlists the help of a spunky, long-legged, stickler-for-rules M.E and together they embark on a perilous journey to finally find his father’s killer and heal Edward’s heart…This was the fourth (and final) story in this series about four Kincaid brothers trying to make sense of their father’s m [...]

    3. I liked the story just fine. Murder mystery, romance, Christmas. Somebody would enter the story, or something would happen & the book would leap off into a big explanation of what happened to get us where we are. Just annoying.

    4. I loved this book. Loved it. It's an excellent example of what a Harlequin Intrigue novel should be: intense, emotional, romantic, and filled with tension from the first page to the last. I instantly fell for Edward. He pulls off the wounded hero thing so well that I couldn't wait to see how he came around to Holly and accepted her as well as her love. Although I was a little disappointed with the stalker storyline (it seemed tacked on and wasn't really explained), that was a minor glitch in an [...]

    5. This was a nice way to pass the time but for a climax to a series, I thought it fell a little short. I had a hard time warming to Edward, even though his tragedy made him a very sympathetic character and his rather strange decisions understandable. The way the plot and the surprises unfolded was a little confusing to me. Holly was a nice heroine - more forbearing than I probably would have been.

    6. This holiday romance had a good plot and plenty of action that moved right along but the hero was still so weighed down by all his tragedy that it didn't feel like he was ready for a new relationship. It was set at Christmas time but not a lot of holiday activities included. On leave cop Edward works with medical examiner Holly to try and figure out who killed his father.

    7. Julie Miller's precinct seriesI first read these 4 books in paperback format. Then I acquired them in ebook. Either way, Julie Miller always delivers a wonderful story; a great mystery that keeps you guessing and a good romantic story, too. I have read all but about 2 of her books. They never fail to keep you entertained and up reading way late.

    8. I loved it! I really felt like I was Holly, I am like her in so many ways. It was so cook. I felt like I was inside the book. I love "Julie Miller's" books! they are awesome! I and I love her new series that's out. I am gonna start on APB: baby this weekend.

    9. Edward's story broke my heart and his journey was uplifting. Amazing what the help of a good woman can do. And while I wouldn't say the conclusion of John's case was surprising in any way, I did find it satisfying.

    10. The last and best book of a 4 book sub-series in the larger Precinct series. Lots of suspense, tears, and plot twists.

    11. This book is fourth in a series, but since I hadn't read the previous books, I was a little lost at times.

    12. AmazingThis last book about the four brothers was just what was needed to end the line.Fast action,amazing thrills,and just enough romance to keep me happy.

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