Double Jeopardy Witness to a brutal murder Anne Jones bravely agrees to testify She is given a new name a new history and is advised not to get too close to anyone But she does and with good reason Somehow her ide

  • Title: Double Jeopardy
  • Author: Terri Reed
  • ISBN: 9780373442997
  • Page: 380
  • Format: Paperback
  • Witness to a brutal murder, Anne Jones bravely agrees to testify She is given a new name, a new history and is advised not to get too close to anyone But she does and with good reason Somehow, her identity has been compromised Someone knows who and where she is Anne s handsome boss, Patrick McClain, is himself witness to the scare tactics being used against her andWitness to a brutal murder, Anne Jones bravely agrees to testify She is given a new name, a new history and is advised not to get too close to anyone But she does and with good reason Somehow, her identity has been compromised Someone knows who and where she is Anne s handsome boss, Patrick McClain, is himself witness to the scare tactics being used against her and vows to keep her safe Yet she will have to disappear all over again, lest she put both their lives in jeopardy.

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      Published :2019-03-21T00:55:43+00:00

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    1. The McCainsBook 2This book had plenty of action and plenty of romantic tension to keep me interested to the very last page. Patrick and Anne had plenty of chemistry and plenty of reasons not to get involved with each other. Anne is in the witness protection program, waiting to testify at the trial of a powerful man who has hits out to kill her. She is the only one who saw the murder, so she has to make it to the trial.Patrick gets more involved with her than he should, and it's only a matter of [...]

    2. It was a pretty standard bit of fluff. Girl meets boy, attraction, friendship, and love ensue. I mostly enjoyed it, but I do have two points to make.1. I think it was a bit irresponsible of the author to make it seem like Witness Protection was so easily thwarted. It's not.2. There was some casual racism on the part of the characters. For instance in a very early scene, the male lead gets a visit from one his students. The fellow is just dropping by to introduce himself, but the professor gets i [...]

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