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One Wrong Move by Shannon McKenna
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Aug 18, 2012

it was amazing
Read in August, 2012

…Could be your LAST!

Shannon McKenna’s “One Wrong Move” is a heart-pounding race against time and a group of assassins led by a power hungry leader out to get his hands on a substance guaranteed to make him invincible that will keep the pages turning long into the night. Mixed with the action inspired adrenaline rush is a sexy and sensual altercation no one is looking for, especially the formidable Alex Arano. Bodyguard (read: babysitter) was definitely not is his job description, running his own cyber protection security service was…but the phone rang.
Alex Arano knew he should not have answered the call, experience told him so, military loyalties aside. In his opinion the promise that a few minutes of his time was all it would take to do a favor for the one person he still held a spot of guilt toward was a few minutes too much, for Alex had his own agenda and nothing was going to keep him from seeing it through. That is what he thought at least, he really should have known better. Nina Christy listened to the voice on the other side of the phone she held with blood pressure raising anger, how dare this self centered creep talk to her like this. She did not need his help, alone for as long as she could remember, the only person Nina depended on was herself, in fact she made depending on only herself into a science…”no body there..no body sees me”. As a social worker, out to lend her skills and expertise to help those who have been abused cope, Nina knows how to be invisible. Unfortunately, for Nina somebody does see her and it is going to take more than just her strong will to live to keep her safe. As an unsuspecting recipient of a mysterious serum, which puts Nina’s, life in jeopardy, she feels her only hopes of survival are in the hands of a man too pre-occupied to care. An explosive read, which, guarantees you will not be able to put down!

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