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Deadly Vows (Protecting the Witnesses #4)

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Olivia Jarrod was newly placed in witness protection when she discovered she was pregnant. First rule of the program: no contact with anyone from her former life. That includes her estranged husband, Ford Jensen--the unknowing father of her unborn child. Despite their rocky marriage, Olivia still loves him deeply. And when Ford shocks her by tracking her down, she knows th...more
ebook, 224 pages
Published April 1st 2010 by Steeple Hill Love Inspired Suspense (first published January 1st 2010)
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Wendy Sparkes
Operation Black Veil: The woman in the black veil has told FBI Special Agent Jackson McGraw that Salvatore Martino, former don of the Martino Crime family, is seriously ill. It has been confirmed that his son wants to kill Eloise Hill, the girl who put his father behind bars, before he dies as a tribute to him. He also wants to kill Olivia Jensen, the witness to him murdering someone & due to testify against him in the upcoming trial.

The night Olivia Jensen witnessed a murder; she was put in...more
Judy
This has been an exciting series to read. It opened my world to see what some people risk by doing the right thing and reporting a crime even though they know the result could be losing their life, physically or by being pulled away from all they know for their own protection.

Olivia Jensen found out she was pregnant after being put into the program.
She had been separated from her husband of 10 years for the past year. He had come to her four months ago but when she thought he would change from h...more
Sarah Gorman
This book was just OK to me. It was a OK plot line and I just couldn't seem to really get involved with the characters.
Sandi Hart
It was really slow. I did really like the end though.
Paula Legate
I loved this book. I loved how Ford didn't give up searching for his wife Olivia. Once he found her he wasn't going to let anyone including the FBI stop him from protecting her. The emotions were strong in this book, and the action was fast. This was a book I didn't want to put down till the last page was read.
John Hanscom
This was a nice easy read, with a premiss it hard to believe - it is somewhat easy to find someone in the witness protection program.
Anneka
So exhausting! The stress from running and then running some more. I can't imagine all that running from the mob...
Nicole
I read it one sitting, easy read but a nice story. Not as good as the other one I read by her but I still enjoyed it.
Susan
End of the series, I think. I found it thin as to plot and --- just didn't care much about it.
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