Armond turned to him, his face refusing to disguise obvious disdain. As far as he was concerned, his directive was simple—one that should not have secured authorities’ attention. Surely, now that the damage was done, there would be questions—a position he didn’t relish.
As he considered the issue, he also considered—again—if it were time to make changes within his organization. Disappointment in his right-hand man was becoming familiar, prompting him to wonder if Luca Russo could be trusted to perform his duties without babysitting. “Current, or no current—the result is the same. It is a mistake that can cost us everything!”
In that moment, Armond Coniglio made a decision.
It was, indeed, time for a change.
Her life again on track, Colbie accepts a new case thrusting her into the depths of the fashion industry, sending her on a whirlwind investigation to New York, London, Milan, and Paris. Hired by Basile Duchon, international designer, to investigate his orchestrated demise from the public eye, what seems a straightforward case morphs into one of insight, intuition, and intrigue.
And, danger . . .