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Moving Target by Cheyenne McCray
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Feb 28, 08

bookshelves: romantic-suspense, keepers
Recommended for: Romantic Suspense fans
Read in February, 2008

I loved this book! It was one of the best romantic suspenses I've read in a while. It had everything I like in a RS: a feisty, brave heroine; a sexy, sweet and courageous hero; a disgusting villain; a hot romance; and an exciting, suspenseful premise.

The heroine witnesses the murder of her family by the Russian mafia, and narrowly escapes her own death. She's placed in the witness protection program and has to stay hidden from the mob for 2 years until she has to testify at the trial. During that time, the hero, a U.S. Marshal, keeps tabs on her, and is her only link to her former life. When she inadvertantly slips up and the mob discovers her location, she goes on the run with her protector, the U.S. Marshal. There's lots of heat between them as they try to stay one step ahead of the mob while on the run. Great suspense and a very hot romance--this one had me hooked by the first page!
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