The truth is buried in her memories. Unearthing it could kill them both. FBI Agent John Daly has spent twenty-three years studying psychology, trying to understand how his father wound up in prison, convicted of a brutal murder. And then he gets the letter. Telling him of evidence tampering. Telling of the sole witness, a six-year-old girl who's now a twenty-nine-year-old school director. Somewhere, buried in her memories, is the identity of the real killer. John knows he has no business going undercover to get close to Hannah Duncan, but blood is thicker than the ink on his paycheck. Hannah is trying hard not to fall for the writer researching an article about her school, but John is breaking down every defense she's built since her mother's murder and her father's rejection. Igniting a flame that burns brighter and hotter than any she's felt before. Someone is watching, leaving her roses and cryptic notes. And as the similarities between Hannah's stalker and her mother's killer become increasingly alarming, John must decide which means more to him: his father's freedom...or Hannah's love. Warning: Contains a deeply wounded hero and heroine who, together, are greater than the sum of their scars. Breath-stealing emotions and heart-pounding suspense could cause an attack of whitened knuckles. Best read under the covers with a flashlight.
Used availability for Ana Barrons's Son of the Enemy
June 2014 : USA Paperback