Dori Johnson's life is built on lies and deceit. Six years ago she committed a series of felonies in order to flee Philadelphia and save herself and her siblings from a ruthless Russian crime boss. They've lived under the radar ever since. But now Dori's been offered a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity that her siblings insist she take. Within days her carefully constructed world begins toppling around her, and when her life is threatened, the one man who can help her is the one man she doesn't dare trust.
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About the Author
Emma Carlyle is the pen name of USA Today bestselling author Lois Winston, an award-winning author of mystery, romance, romantic suspense, humorous women’s fiction, children’s chapter books, and non-fiction. Lois’s critically acclaimed Anastasia Pollack Crafting Mystery series was dubbed, “North Jersey’s more mature answer to Stephanie Plum” by Kirkus Reviews. Visit Lois/Emma at and at the Killer Crafts & Crafty Killers blog at www.anastasiapollack.blogspot.com. Connect with Lois/Emma on Pinterest at www.pinterest.com/anasleuth and on Twitter @anasleuth.
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Someone To Watch Over Me based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Someone to Watch Over Me combines a classic tale of romantic suspense with an ending that took me by surprise. This fast read kept me up late, turning pages, and reluctant to put the book down. Truly romantic and sensual, Carlyle provides the perfect balance of peril and passion. Born to Russian immigrant parents, Dori Johnson has been careful to hide her childhood among Russian mobsters to protect herself and her younger sister and brother and to give them a better life. When an opportunity to model for a national chain store provides them with a financial opportunity they can't refuse, Dori finds herself thrust into the limelight and fearing her carefully guarded past will be revealed. Jake Prentiss has been charged with guarding the store's newest spokeswoman. He's discovered her past link to the Russian mafia and doesn't trust her. When Dori is anonymously threatened, they both must put away their distrust to work together to save her life.