Start out a book with an investigative reporter in hiding, a marriage proposal, and a car bomb exploding and I am totally hooked.
10 years earlier on her graduation night, Jillian witnessed a murder and even worse the murderer saw her. She ran and hid for all those years, but she has been found. She makes the decision to go back to her hometown and gather evidence against the murderer. There are complications including the fact that the murderer is the uncle of her high school sweetheart. Another complication is the child they had together, but he doesn't know about yet.
This is one of those books that had me on the edge of my seat and reading until I got to the conclusion. I loved this book and am looking forward to reading more from this author.
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About the Book
Investigative reporter Jillian Carter knows it's time to put the past to rest. She's tired of looking over her shoulder, letting a killer go free. She's no longer the scared kid who changed her name and disappeared. Now, no matter what the cost, Jillian must do what she is trained to do--ferret out the truth and expose it. Senator Frank Hoffman committed murder ten years ago--and Jillian watched it happen.
Not even the enigmatic and attractive Colton Brady, her ex-boyfriend and nephew of the killer, will be able to make her leave this alone. Get ready for the spine-tingling, nail-biting conclusion to an explosive series.
About the Author
Lynette Eason is the bestselling author of several romantic suspense novels, including When the Smoke Clears, When a Heart Stops, and the Women of Justice series. She is a member of American Christian Fiction Writers and Romance Writers of America. Find out more at www.lynetteeason.com.
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