Almost sixty years after a fortune in looted World War II treasure vanished from a captured German train, a man and a woman who have never met are thrust into a world of danger . . . and desire Amy Mallory chafed at the discipline and authoritarian control she was forced to endure growing up in a military family. Never, she vowed, would she fall for a man in uniform. But now, years later, as a history professor reading her late grandfather's secret files, she discovers a dangerous, enticing world she wants to experience for herself. Lieutenant Colonel Lucien "Irish" Flaherty was taught by his grandfather, General Sam Flaherty, to believe in three things: honor, duty, and country. His faith is shaken when his mentor is implicated in a presidential advisory commission's investigation into the disappearance of valuable artwork that was captured from a Nazi train. Determined to clear his grandfather's name, he uncovers dangerous secrets that link his past to that of beautiful stranger Amy Mallory. But neither of them suspects that the truth they seek to uncover is deadlier than they can imagine.
by Patricia Potter
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