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    A good story

    Professor Tammie Gardner has been devastated by the suspicious death of her parents and now she has unexpectedly found out through a class assignment that they lied to her and that she is not their child. She is determined to find out why she has been lied to. Dylan Montgomery, ex-marine and Providence police officer, is equally determined to locate his brother Cash, a DEA agent (who has been missing for three months) and discover why he has been framed for a drug deal. Both their leads take them to the small town of Eastmeadow, Massachusetts. Dylan is frustrated, he has been in town for a month and found out nothing and in all that time he has been unable to talk to Serena Davco, a woman he has photographic evidence knows Cash. Until out of the blue, he almost literally runs into her, but she denies knowing Cash........ Tammie, jet lagged from her journey to Eastmeadow, flags down a stranger to ask him where she can obtain a hotel room but he bristles with hostility and acts crazy, accusing her of being another woman........ And so, the story and mystery begins. It was a good story and flowed quite well but whilst it does not end in a cliffhanger, the story feels incomplete and is continued in the next book with Dylan's sister as the major character. I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. I was not compensated for my review, and I was not required to write a positive review. The opinion expressed here is my own.

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