They’re beautiful, accomplished, and they have identical interests...
In their spare time, identical triplets the Farris sisters work together to solve cold cases. Lizzie uses her skills as a Criminal Profiler, Nina her Scenes of Crime Officer experience, and Carrie assists through her work as a both a Forensic Scientist and Forensic Anthropologist.
Romantic and idealistic, Lizzie is picky about men. But despite the good-natured teasing of her sisters, she refuses to settle for anything less than ‘The One’. She loves her life, her job as both a profiler and a university lecturer, and her sisters, and won’t make changes for anything less. If that makes her unrealistic, then so be it.
Gabe Montcoeur has just moved across Australia from Perth to Cairns and starts a job as a journalism teacher at Cairns University: the same university where Elizabeth Farris works. On the surface, the move seems innocent, but he has an ulterior motive. Gabe wants to elicit the aid of the Farris sisters in solving the murder of his family members, and the only way to circumvent their notorious ‘no contact’ policy is to reach out to them in person.
But when Gabe meets Lizzie for the first time, the attraction is instantaneous and mutual. The deeper they fall into each other, however, the more guilty Gabe feels about his real motivation for getting close. Lizzie wants the real deal, the one, true love can Gabe ever offer her the future she deserves if he keeps holding on so tightly to the past?Praise for TRIPLE THREAT:
'I liked Lizzie and Gabe and enjoyed reading about their developing romance. I would have liked the story to have been a little longer, it was a quick read that I finished off in one day, I think that there could have been a little more development of both the mystery element to the story and the romance. Over all though, it was a good read and I'm looking forward to reading the next book in the series and finding out what is in store for Nina, as well as hopefully hearing more about Lizzie and Gabe.' — Kelly Sweeney, Netgalley
'This was a good read with good characters' — Sue Wallace, Netgalley