Deathwish
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Deathwish by Dana Marton

12/23/2020
"An absolutely awesome, utterly mind-blowing romantic suspense! I loved everything about it. Dana outdid herself with this one. I've inhaled every one of Dana's Broslin Creek books - but this is definitely my favorite so far!" Reading Between The Wines Book Club Officer Gabriella Maria Flores desperately needs a big win to save her career. A case that proves that she has her act together, something non-controversial to make people forget the recent scandal she's been involved in. Instead, the murder she catches couldn't be more high-profile, the number one suspect her boss's brother. Means, motive, opportunity--check. And open-and-shut case, if she's ever seen one. But then, instead of arresting the suspect, why is she falling in love with him? "Dana knows how to write powerful stories with power characters, strong alpha males and kick butt women who can stand on their own two feet, take you down with a smile on their face." Cyn's Reviews "Deathwish is packed with drama, suspense, and romance. So many of my favorite things combined in one book. Dana Marton is one of my favorite romantic suspense writers and she does a fabulous job of keeping me on the edge of my seat and in complete suspense." Reviews by Cristal ON SALE FOR A LIMITED TIME Scroll up, grab a copy, and start reading today. ENJOY!
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