Still Mine

Still Mine

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by Mary Wine
     
 

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Love is the last line of defense.
Jolene Benate has spent six years keeping a vow to herself to never again be that weak woman weeping at her young husband's graveside. Now she's a deputy marshal on the elite warrant squad, as physically and mentally tough as they come. But moving on isn't as easy as it looks.
Especially when the husband she thought was dead

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Love is the last line of defense.
Jolene Benate has spent six years keeping a vow to herself to never again be that weak woman weeping at her young husband's graveside. Now she's a deputy marshal on the elite warrant squad, as physically and mentally tough as they come. But moving on isn't as easy as it looks.
Especially when the husband she thought was dead suddenly reappears. And, even in the face of his betrayal, she still wants him.
Paul Benate's gifted mind was groomed from a young age to serve the military and its top-secret projects. His one youthful act of rebellion was to marry Jolene, only to discover a terrorist could use her to force him to give up his classified secrets. For her own safety, he had to let her go.
But the safety he thought was assured by his "death" was only an illusion. Secrets have a way of surfacing, and once again Jolene is the perfect target. There's only one thing left to do...reclaim the woman that he has always loved.
Even if she's mad as hell at him.
Warning: Hot and flammable. Sometimes they just don't make it to the bedroom.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781605041544
Publisher:
Samhain Publishing
Publication date:
03/31/2009
Pages:
228
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.40(d)

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Still Mine 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Jolene and Paul shared a short but passionate marriage. Paul then decided that his job, working for the government in covert projects, posed too much of a threat to Jolene's safety and that she could be used against him. He then set it up to have her think he had died. For six years she mourned him, not even being able to look at another man. He also did not forget about her and decided to get back with her. When he has her "delivered" to him he goes about trying to rectify things between them in a very unrealistic, unbelievable way, being brash, crude and insensitive, yet wanting to be intimate with her. I felt like this was so far removed from the way a person would act, having been seperated from the woman he loves for so long that I couldn't identify with the story or enjoy it at all. This goes on and on, the characters being portrayed in a very shallow way, focusing merely on their physical attraction. When he finally convinces her of his love I was beyond caring. I will also say that the ending (last page) was very unappealing. I almost found myself skimming this book because it was annoying. I wouldn't recommend this book.
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