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EROTIC ROMANCES: Mature Audience The Mozart Killer (Case file #1) FBI agent Lily Foxworthy is assigned her first case in paradise, when she has to help track down a serial killer in the Santa Barbara, California area. One of the worst killers of women is on the loose and ten year veteran Foxworthy appears to be getting nowhere with her investigation....
EROTIC ROMANCES: Mature Audience The Mozart Killer (Case file #1) FBI agent Lily Foxworthy is assigned her first case in paradise, when she has to help track down a serial killer in the Santa Barbara, California area. One of the worst killers of women is on the loose and ten year veteran Foxworthy appears to be getting nowhere with her investigation. She's in the middle of checking out a few wealthy and upscale neighborhoods, when she attends a wine-tasting event at Lothar von Rabenhorst's mansion in Montecito, which adjoins Santa Barbara. Lothar is a well-known composer and vineyard owner and for Lily, it's love at first sight. Weeks into the relationship, and after her feelings for Lothar have deepened to an intense and binding love, Lily discovers the truth of who he really is and will find later that her life will never be the same again. The ending is heart wrenching and unique and this book, the first in the series, paves the way for many more adventures to follow. Acting Like Death (Case file #2) When her lover Lothar von Rabenhorst died, FBI agent Lily Foxworthy found it difficult to even walk by the wonderfully-restored old theatre in Santa Barbara, California, where she now lives and where Lothar had performed many times. A chance ticket given to her by a friend leads to a meeting with brilliant Shakespearean actor Peter Hawking, and when Lily makes love with Peter in her office the next day after the performance, she finds herself wrapped both in a ghostly mystery and at the beginning of another powerful love story which will test her abilities as both an FBI agent, and her emotional survival. Lily's relationship with Peter is cemented with this satisfying, erotic, romantic and emotional love story and the climax provides closure to her relationship with Lothar. Or, does it? The Bone Picker (Case file #3) FBI agent Lily Foxworthy and her husband, actor Peter von Rabenhorst, encounter a deadly adversary in a demon called Tallis the bone picker. Simply wanting to replace an antique table they sat on and broke while making love, they wander through a new local antique store which has popped up near to Santa Barbara. The owner is very odd and his specialty is lifelike dioramas which he offers to collectors around the world. Lily is on the hunt for a serial killer who could be operating out of the Santa Barbara area and when she and Peter meet and greet with Tallis, they become targets as materials for his various unearthly sculptures. Always protective and creative when it comes to Peter, Lily is faced with a real challenge at the emotional climax to this adventure #3 in The Foxworthy Files.
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