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The Wrong Woman

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 21, 2013

    I liked the story, but I could have done without the bad languag

    I liked the story, but I could have done without the bad language.There should be a language disclaimer on this page.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    Charming and refreshing

    Former FBI Agent Ethan Ramsey works a Texas ranch and does some professional sleuthing on the side. He is visiting his brother Travis in Dallas to persuade his sibling to come home to help cheer up their recently separated sister. At a strip joint, Ethan notices the eyes of the star attraction shows she hates being there. The next day in a Fort Worth restaurant they see the stripper again. Travis hits on her, but she objects saying she is a schoolteacher. Ethan tells Serena Farrell that if she is not the person taking off her clothing at a club, she has a double. He gives her his card and offers to investigate................... Serena, who has money problems, calls Ethan. He returns to the Dallas-Fort Worth area to begin investigating her double. Quickly, he learns the stripper is Sarah Welch, but she is in a cocoon of thugs working at the club. As Ethan discovers shocking information, he and Serena fall in love, but he wonders how a relationship will survive what he must reveal to his beloved................... THE WRONG WOMAN is the right book for readers who delight in a warm romance hat has family secrets coming to light. Ethan is the type of person everyone wants as a mate while Serena struggles with the collapse of her world as she has always known it. Though the plot device has been used many times, fans will appreciate Linda Warren¿s charming and refreshing account and look forward to sequels starring siblings............. Harriet Klausner

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