Kat is new to the game of private investigation, her latest assignment seems easy on the surface she plans to get in and get out then collect her pay check. That is until the handsome vet walks into her life and complicates her agenda. Can he really be the dodgy book maker she is looking for? Kat's head and heart go to battle and she finds herself in hot water. More
In a sleepy country town in Victoria Kat Somers is hired to track down an illegal bookmaker. Kat accidently lands herself a job in a racing stable and finds it is perfect cover for a private investigator. She is new to the industry however has plenty of confidence about getting in, pinning the bad guy and getting out. How hard could it possibly be? Not hard at all until she lays eyes on the dashingly handsome vet that shakes her usually stable world. He interests her immediately like no other man ever has. When she begins to unearth clues suggesting the attractive vet is the illegal bookmaker she begins to doubt her judgement.
Kat’s investigation takes her on a wild emotional ride. The more she looks into the vet’s life the more she feels herself falling for him hard. She toys with ideas of turning a blind eye to his dark side and whether she should report back to her client with the name he needs to pin the crook who ripped him off thousands of dollars in one bet.
While trying desperately to prove to herself that the vet is not the guy she is looking for she overlooks every other potential suspect. Her single mindedness lands her in hot water when she gets too close to the real illegal bookmaker.
Jake Cambridge is a straight laced no nonsense, play by all the rules, kind of guy. He takes his position as head vet at the racing stables very seriously. The day he lays eyes on Kat a twitching in his stomach tells him she could be the one. As he gets to know her he feels like she isn’t telling him the whole truth, about anything.
As time ticks down to an explosive detonation Jake finds himself in hot water alongside Kat. With a little investigating of his own, he puts the pieces together but could it be too late to tell her how he really feels or could it be too late full stop?