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Caitlin's Conspiracies

4.36  ·  Rating Details ·  11 Ratings  ·  5 Reviews
Trying to do the right thing destroyed Caitlin's life. Compromised by her government, at odds with the very agencies that made promises but didn't deliver; she's ready to take them on, the good and the bad. Smart, suspicious, and tough, she'll sabotage, destroy and overcome any and all to protect the life she's rebuilt. She's chosen her path and it doesn't include the only ...more
Published April 4th 2014 by Blushing Books
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Main Characters:
Caitlin - A hacker who left the witness protection program after several leaks put her life at risk
Chase - A US Marshall who met Caitlin when she first entered the program and never forgot her

My Thoughts:
This was another good story by Mariella Starr. I really liked that Caitlin was able to protect herself for so long and bring down the cartel that was trying to have her murdered for testifying at a trial. Chase and Blake were both interesting characters as US Marshall partners wh
Apr 11, 2014 Marybeth rated it it was amazing
This is a wonderful story by Mariella Starr! Her female characters are strong. They are not shrinking violets. Caitlin was in the Witness Protection Program for three years and then she told them to shove it and left. She is adept at giving herself new identities and is always ready to run, if needed. She also is a computer wizard. She is known in the computer world as a great programmer. Chase Bennett is the marshal who helped her originally. They had a brief affair and then had to go their ...more
Kathy Heare Watts
Apr 14, 2014 Kathy Heare Watts rated it it was amazing
This story is a full length action packed story with very strong characters. We have Chase who was special ops Marine and after getting out of the service became a US Marshall and his reunion with Caitlin who had been in the witness protection program but had left and was operation on her own. Then comes into play Chase's partner Blake and Caitlin's friend Valerie. We have two dominate males who believe in Domestic Discipline and two strong women who are e
Patricia Green
Apr 11, 2014 Patricia Green rated it really liked it
Although I’d heard of Mariella Starr before, I had never read one of her books. I was impressed by Caitlin’s Conspiracies. The plot was rich, detailed, and intricate. The characters were fun and engaging. Caitlin was plucky, with a bright mind, and her man, Chase, was formidable, but always loving. There were things to think about, too. Starr doesn’t hold back from explaining the how and why of domestic discipline relationships.

If you’re into domestic discipline, or are curious about it, Caitlin
Saoirse Roghan
Apr 07, 2014 Saoirse Roghan rated it really liked it
This is a fun book to read if you're interested in strong men, strong women and the resulting heat of the clash! Well developed characters, real plot, interesting secondary characters, decent length of story, rugged man willing to toss the independent suiccessful woman over his knee......ummm yum!
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