TOP SECRET IDENTITY
Her new life...
Morgan Smith had to give up her name, her calling and her past when she entered the witness protection program. Now a caretaker of horses on an Iowa farm, she spends her days in the stables and helping kids learn to ride. But danger has followed her. She longs to tell her handsome boss, Alex Reardon, everything—about the troubled adoption agency she worked for, a missing infant and the attempt on her life. But sharing her past with Alex could put him in grave danger and lead a killer to their door….
Witness Protection: Hiding in plain sight
I am so loving this continuity series. I think I'm as anxious as the U.S. Marshals are to break this baby snatching ring! And like the other books, Top Secret Identity is chalk full of suspense and nail-biting reader moments. Love the way Dunn builds the suspense and keeps me on my toes. Is this a real threat? A coincidence? Or something totally different? Honestly, I had goosebumps for must of the read.
And the author really tortures her characters. Morgan is in the impossible situation of living one life while running from another. It's like she's lulled into a false sense of security with the ideal life witness protection has provided for her and then -- bam -- she's hit hard by the reality of her past and I realized right along with her that it's all an illusion. It caught my breath over and over again.
Then there's Alex, who senses that there is some trauma in Morgan's past but doesn't come close to figuring out what it is. He's drawn to her though and as the romance builds so does the tension because Morgan can't give in to her feelings and he doesn't understand why. Perfect way to wrap a reader up in knots. I was a pretzel by the end. :-)
Riveting stuff. Well worth the read.
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