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Girl Three by Tracy March

Girl Three

by Tracy March

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Jessica isn’t a person whose life is normally filled with intrigue but she feels that she owes it to her sister to find out why she was killed. I love that Jessica Croft questions her ethics during her search for her sister’s killer. Breaking and entering looks to come easily to her until she has down moments when she must face the fact that criminal activity is against her beliefs even if the cause, finding her sister’s killer, is important and just. Getting caught could also easily derail her brilliant career and her father’s judgeship. During her search, she finds quite a few very unpleasant facts about her estranged sister and isn’t surprised to learn similarly unseemly things about her father. Michael’s heavy heart over the guilt of not being able to save Jessica’s sister and his contractual agreement to not get involved with his new target require him to keep Jessie at arm’s length but it’s not an easy task. The story line is very unique, the romance is not the typical “jump right into bed together” and the writing is very well done making this a very worthwhile read.

Heat Rating: Sweet: No sex or scenes of physical intimacy except some kissing. No graphic violence or profanity.

Rating: 4.0

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Bioethicist Jessica Croft, estranged daughter of a federal judge, has avoided the players, power, and passions of Washington, DC. But when her sister's suspicious death is classified as natural, Jessie resolves to expose the murderer. Pursuing elite suspects on both sides of the stem-cell-research debate leads her to security consultant Michael Gillette, who knows more about her sister than he'll admit. Michael has a vested interest in Jessie's plight. Her sister died on his watch--while he wasn't watching. His plan to find her murderer becomes complicated when Jessie's father hires him to protect Jessie...and Michael's inerest in her becomes much more than purely professional.… (more)

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