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Just One Look

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One look at the rugged, denim-clad, 100% man in her doorway told Sara Campbell she wasn't dead yet - only dreaming. She'd met detective Joe Decker just yesterday, when he'd scooped her off the pavement after the South Side Ripper had tried to kill her, then held her hand until she woke up. Now he was back to protect her, because Sara, all alone in
Paperback, 248 pages
Published November 1st 1999 by Silhouette Books (first published October 1st 1999)
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This was another fun book by this author.

When it starts Sara Campbell has just told her doctor that she quits and will now only stay at home. Sara suffers from agoraphobia of sorts and when she is on the way home has a panic attack, is hit by a car and attacked by someone she later finds out is a serial killer.

Lieutenant Joe Decker of Homicide has been chasing the serial killer and sees the accident along with his partner and stays at the hospital to wait till Sara wakes up.
Ever since Joe's wife
Jan 17, 2012 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
The heroine Sara is driving home when her car is hit and she is attacked and knocked unconscious. When she wakes up in the hospital she finds the hero Joe, a detective, sitting by her bed side. Joe informs Sara that she was attacked by a serial killer and her action of pulling away his ski mask before she was hit means she is the only surviving person to have seen his face. Unfortunately for Joe, Sara can't remember anything, she also refuses to go into protective custody admitting she suffers f ...more
Loved it!enjoyed it from pg 1 till the end,the romance part of the book was fun and wonderful but the suspense part was predictable,i guessed the killer in the start itself.Adored Sara-Joe very much.Overall a good read

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Mary McBride received her Bachelor's Degree from Washington University with a major in Comparative Literature and a minor in psychology. After earning a Master's Degree in education at Saint Louis University, she worked for many years with handicapped adults.

She is a member of Romance Writers of America and Novelists, Inc. Among some of the highlights in her career are appearances on the USA Toda
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