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In Search of the Dove by Rebecca York
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In Search of the Dove

by Rebecca York

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In New Orleans everyone wore masks, everyone hid secrets....

Michael Rome: He was a master at assuming other identities, while never revealing his own. A sharp mind and deadly hands were his only companions. Until Jessica Duval scaled his defenses, entering where no one had gone before - his mind and his heart.

Jessica Duval: She'd fled New Orleans years ago, hiding from the deep dark secret of her youth. But with her brother in trouble, she had no choice but to return... No choice but to follow the only two clues she had - the vision of a dove and the figure of a handsome stranger... No choice but to reach out to lone-wolf Michael.

Theirs was a connection deeper than devotion, more powerful than passion. But would Jessica ever know the real Michael Rome?
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