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The Woman He Knows
Margaret Watson
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The Woman He Knows

3.48 of 5 stars 3.48  ·  rating details  ·  23 ratings  ·  5 reviews

Darcy Gordon lives in fear of the past catching up with her. So when a horrible accident injures her boss, she can't shake the thought that it was meant for her. And her problems only worsen when her boss's brother, FBI agent Patrick Devereux, comes to town asking questions. If it wouldn't raise so many suspicions, she'd be packing her bags and leaving Chicago.
So she does
ebook, 288 pages
Published September 1st 2012 by Harlequin Special Releases (first published January 1st 2012)
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Cenna Lipscomb
The journey was very good. I like reading stories of women who over come abuse and the abuser get whats coming to them. Had me going for a bit, about the stolen identity, I always figured a person could change their names if they wanted to without consequences, but to have the feds accuse her of identity theft really threw me for a loop. What good does it do to change your name legally when someone can access those records and find out your new name? Thank goodness there are those folks out ther ...more
I was meh-ish on this one. So many convoluted issues involving the heroine, her boss, his family, customers etc. I liked the premise but didn't really find myself liking the execution. No obvious flaws it just didn't really work for me
B+, I liked this story a lot. THe interactions between brothers, the unusual premise. I hope she does a story about the oldest brother.
Mary Jo Burke
Good story about fighting the mutual attraction. Loved the Chicago feel all the way to the crooked Irish politician.
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