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Code of Honor by Betsy Brannon Green
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Sep 05, 2009

it was amazing
Read in September, 2009

** spoiler alert ** Savanah is in danger once again as Ferrante is trying to kidnap her. She jumps out of a moving car to escape and thinks she dreams of Dane being there, but he was. Not that it did her any good. Ferrante is at the hospital and kidnaps her again. In an effort to get Savanah freed, Dane agrees to surrender himself for the release of Savanah not knowing the Rosemary and Chad have helped her escape. Savanah is now safe back at the cabin and regroups the team in an effort to get Dane back. She heads the mission including General steele and the FBI agent Gray. She still doesn't know who she can trust, but gives less focus to the twos involvement and implements plans B and C too, putting her at risk with the meeting of another mob boss. The plan backfires when the mob boss helps her but under his own plan and she is married to Dane, but not how she invisioned. He want to be married only in name. She struggles to accept this and then finds out the Ferrante is her biological father and her mother who she has looked down on was the hero FBI agent and moved her from place to place to protect her. She learns Agent Grays part in getting her mother in the FBI cover job with Ferrante. She testifies against Ferrante and he is indited, but he escapes comes after her and is shot. Then Dane surprises her and tells her that he does love her and they are married a second time to be thorough. caroline and Savanah are going to have a family with Dane and be safe from Ferrante.

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