Adrian Quinn spent four years in prison for a crime committed by his late ex-partner Tony. Now free, Adrian wants answers and the only person he thinks can supply them is Tonys spoiled ex-wife, Faith.

After her dreams and life were shattered by the adulterous Tony, Faith testified at the trial, then left town. Now she sells unique pottery and sings in a local bar. Adrian is certain that Faith has company books that would prove Tony, not Adrian, was corrupt.

Faith claims she gave all documents she had to the courts, so if she doesnt have them, who does? Adrians determination to clear his reputation unearths secrets that land them both in danger as well as unforeseen passion.

Passion, betrayal and churning emotions make NOBODYS ANGEL a terrific way to spend your leisure hours. (Feb., 352 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed by: 
Jill M. Smith