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Jessica Croft has avoided the players, the power, and the passions of Washington, DC. But when her estranged sister’s suspicious death is classified as natural, Jessie resolves to expose the murderer. As she pursues elite suspects who’d kill to keep their secrets buried, she encounters sexy security consultant Michael Gillette, who knows more about her sister than he’ll ad ...more
Paperback, 352 pages
Published April 30th 2013 by Entangled: Select (first published January 15th 2013)
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Nancy Naigle
Nov 26, 2011 Nancy Naigle rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: all thriller readers
I'm one of the lucky few who have had a chance to read GIRL THREE by Tracy March before it hits the shelves.

This big city thriller held my attention from page one to done. I loved the diversity of the characters. And, although I've paid many visits to the nations capitol over the years, Tracy treated me to the city in a whole new way. I loved the details of the National Cemetery and other well-known attractions, and the small local ones, too. I was ready to pack up and make a road trip to exper
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Pragya
Apr 14, 2013 Pragya rated it really liked it
Recommends it for: Thriller lovers
Review coming up.
Kathy Altman
Jun 01, 2013 Kathy Altman rated it it was amazing
Girl Three is a breathtaking, breakneck blend of political intrigue, unrelenting suspense and romance. In Tracy March’s romantic thriller debut, everyone has a secret and no one is without blame...and someone will stop at nothing to keep dangerous truths tucked away.


“I’m sorry,” Nina said. “I hate that this is so hard for you. But you’re getting closer to the truth about Sam’s life. Some of the things you’re finding out might be better understood over time.”

“Or not,” Jessie said. “I’m filling in
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Feminista
Sep 21, 2013 Feminista rated it it was ok
Shelves: arc
Girl Three

Rating: 2 out of 5.

80% into the book, I didn't realise that I would be rating this book so poorly. The book was off to a good start. I had high expectations for it. Throughout the body of this novel, the plot-line reduced my interest to a high-average. But the ending, absolutely killed it.

Because I found the ending immoral and distasteful.


The story starts with Jessie, the heroine of this story, finding out that her sister had died and that she had died from suspicious reasons.


This led
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T's Book ~ Tanja
ARC given by NetGalley for honest review.

OK to know me is to know I love my Mystery/Romance. So I tend to be a bit selective. No worries here cause ((DING DING)) we have a winner! Girl Three is a well written smooth read that kept me guessing till the very end. As soon as I thought I knew who the killer was I was confused again. With a little romance thrown in it was magic.

Jessica Croft is a bioethicist and has just been asked to join the president’s council. With a judge as her father Jessica h
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Cocktails and Books
Apr 30, 2013 Cocktails and Books rated it really liked it
Shelves: cnb-reviewers
Reviewer's Thoughts
Loved this one! It had a lot of suspense--many unexpected twists and turns to keep me on my toes. I think March did a great job ""setting up"" each character. I felt like I got to know the characters without reading a laundry list of traits. It all flowed very naturally.

I was a bit intimidated that I wouldn't be able to handle a plot about the inner-workings of Washington DC, Lobbyists, etc. I am usually more of light-hearted-romance kind of reader! However, I found that asp
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My Book Addiction and More MBA
May 01, 2013 My Book Addiction and More MBA rated it really liked it
Shelves: mystery
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 ...more
Shona Booky Ramblings of a Neurotic Mom
Review first posted to http://beanieboo78.wordpress.com/

I really enjoyed this book, so much so that I whizzed through the first 60% of it in one sitting.

At three separate points in the book I KNEW what was going to happen, I KNEW who was behind it all and each time I was proven wrong. This really is a thriller that keeps you guessing.

March has gotten Jessie and Michael’s relationship just right. They were obviously attracted to each other and they almost take it to the next step, but they are bo
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Samantha Janning
May 19, 2013 Samantha Janning rated it it was amazing
I received a copy of Girl Three by Tracy March in exchange for an honest review.



If it’s one thing that I don’t understand but still find myself fascinated with, it’s politics. So when this blog tour request came through my inbox, I had to accept – and I’m glad I did! Girl Three is a fast-paced thriller novel that involves some complicated love triangles, plenty of political scandals, romance, and head-scratching family dynamics. Jessica Croft made for a fabulous MC, and I easily connected with h
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Michel Reinhard (Smut Book Junkie Reviews)
Girl Three by Tracy March was a captivating book. It had all the ingredients for an enthralling mystery. The book was well researched, the political intrigue and corruption in Washington D.C. will just floor the reader. Every character is suspect and has his or her own agenda. Not only does the book deliver a mystery that has the reader trying to figure out "who did it" but also delivers some thought provoking issues concerning ethics in embryo research. It also delves into designer genetics. Ad ...more
May
May 08, 2013 May rated it liked it
I enjoyed this book! The couple has great chemistry. The book is well-paced and very suspenseful. It's another terrific book by this writer!
Kelly
Apr 28, 2013 Kelly rated it it was amazing
Shelves: first-reads
*I won a free copy of this book from Goodreads.

This was a great novel...mystery, suspense, romance, thrilling adventure; it's perfect!
Amy R
Mar 16, 2013 Amy R rated it it was amazing
Awesome book. Highly recommend! Reviewed over at Fresh Fiction!
Leanna Mastaler
Apr 29, 2013 Leanna Mastaler rated it it was amazing
Great read! Action packed and suspenseful. Hard to put down
Marie
This galley copy is courtesy of Entangled Publishing via Netgalley

When Samantha Croft, a lobbyist for stem cell research, suddenly dies from a congenital heart defect, her older sister Jessica is shocked, saddened, and filled with regret. The siblings have steadily drifted apart and are practically strangers; even Jessica’s work as a bioethicist isn’t enough to ensure their paths would cross in the claustrophobic political world of Washington, D.C. Michael Gillette, a former Secret Service agent
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Pamela
May 10, 2013 Pamela rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: reviewed, kindle
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Jeanne Jem
Apr 15, 2013 Jeanne Jem rated it really liked it
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 ...more
Sandra
May 29, 2013 Sandra rated it it was ok
I liked Jessica and her determination to find out why Sam had been killed. I had no problem with her foray into law breaking ( getting Sam's prescription list or even the breaking and entering) to get this information. What I did have a problem with was Michael. He judges her for this yet he is taping her phone, listening to all of her conversations, watching her on hidden camera, breaking into her hotel room and going through her stuff (all of which is illegal) and for a much less noble reason ...more
Genny Moore
Apr 27, 2013 Genny Moore rated it it was ok
**Won this book as a "First Read" on Goodreads** Since I had received this book as a free book on Goodreads I really wanted to enjoy it but frankfully I didn't. While I like the main characters, I felt that the plot just kind of plodded along with no excitement to it. Might be a decent "fluff" or "beach" read but that is really all the recommendation I would give for it.
Lovey Dovey Books
Apr 13, 2013 Lovey Dovey Books rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: ya, ya-mystery
Review coming soon!
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May 02, 2013
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Tracy March
Mar 13, 2013 Tracy March rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
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Always up for travel and adventure, Tracy has flown in a stunt plane, snowmobiled on the Continental Divide, ziplined in the Swiss Alps, and been chased by a bull in the mountains of St. Lucia. She loves Nationals baseball, Saturday date nights, and Dairy Queen Blizzard
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