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Code Name: Willow

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To protect a patient from dirty cops, former First Daughter Maggie Stone seeks out former Secret Service agent Jack Bennett, the best in the business. But Jack remembers her as code name WILLOW, a flighty heiress who made his life a living hell. Though she no longer looks the part of the reckless wild child, the story she tells of crooked cops and people vanishing in thin ...more
Kindle Edition, 196 pages
Published (first published June 16th 2011)
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Jen_C
Had high hopes but this needs an edit & beta read.

"Worst nightmare I ever had was after a double pepperoni pizza," he told Remy with a grin. "Dreamed librarians armed with machetes were chasing me through a maze."
"Librarians?" Maggie asked. Jack's eyes crinkled at the corners.
"I had overdue books."
Remy chuckled. "Man, I could see Mrs. Carpelli with a machete—she don't put up with no sh—"
"Remy," Maggie warned.
Lillie
Jan 15, 2012 Lillie rated it liked it
The story kept me interested enough to want to know what happened next, and there were enough twists and turns to maintain suspense. However, some of the characters' actions weren't very plausible, and I noticed some editing problems--wrong words, such as read for red, and some missing words.
Gayle
Jul 03, 2011 Gayle rated it it was amazing
I just finished Code Name Willow the other day, and it was a very enjoyable read. I love the cinematic quality of this book it reads like you are watching a great suspense movie. Paula Graves crafts a book that has believable characters in a well written and tight plot.
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Mojca
This would’ve been a pretty good story if it wasn’t for the heroine and her “baggage”. I wasn’t in the mood for a baggage-filled heroine yesterday. So not in the mood.
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I was raised in Alabama, so I know we Southerners don't hide our crazy people—we showcase them. Eccentric people make for the best stories, and we Southerners do love our stories. The need to tell stories has been a driving force in my life from childhood.

As a girl, my favorite books were mysteries and romances. When I realized there were books that featured both romance and mystery, I knew I'd fo
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