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392 pages, ebook
First published August 18, 2014
"When I got to the end, I wasn’t sure what to do. I could go left or right, but had no way of knowing which way Jake
had gone. So I used logic. The bulge in his pants had hugged one side more than the other, suggesting he was a righty. Therefore, I ended up going to the right..."
"Honey, you may have the face of an angel, but that halo of yours is awfully crooked."
"You think I turn heads?"
"Sweetheart, a man would have to be blind or stupid not to look." He smiled again… "Definitely a looker, but that makes you trouble. I don't need the unwanted attention you crave."
"I'd swear there's an insult somewhere in there."
"We can give you a new identity and put you in a safe house."
"You mean the Witness Protection Program?"
"That's the one."
"Nuh-uh! No freaking way!"
His steely gaze fixed on me, and his jaw tightened…. "Three other witnesses have died in the past year. You want to be number four?"
"Should've put them in the program."
"I want to see your badge."
"You heard me. How do I know you are who you say you are?"
… He held it up for me to get a closer look.
"Could be a fake," I told him with a shrug.
… a vein popped out of Jake's temple.
“Hold on, I’m lost…”
“I could tell you where to go.”
Jake flashed a grin. "I love the sound you make when you're silent."
"You're prolonging this because afraid of being *that* guy."
"You know, the one who falls for the witness who gets killed."
"Damn it, Emily. I'm responsible for your safety."
"Then wear a condom!"
"Jesus," he said, breathing out hard. "I was right before. You definitely have multiple personalities."
My eyes narrowed. "Yeah, well maybe I do, and none of them like you!"