The Witness

The Witness

by Ginna Gray

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Overview

The Witness by Ginna Gray

In the blink of an eye, Lauren Brownly's life
changed forever. Late one night the concert
pianist witnessed a grisly murder, and with it
came a devastating truth: Her career had been
financed by crime lord Carlo Giovessi.
Now Lauren's
testimony against him could finally bring him down.


Terrified and utterly alone, Lauren must trust in
one man—Sam Grey Wolf Rawlins. She is powerfully
drawn to the rugged FBI agent who took her into
protective custody, but Wolf cannot dismiss the
shocking allegations about Lauren's personal
involvement with the mobster.


Their traitorous emotions—and their survival skills—are put to the ultimate test when their plane crashes
during a blizzard. Now they are stranded in the
mountains with hit men hot on their trail, and
danger is closing in on Lauren and Wolf. There's a
traitor in the ranks of the FBI and Wolf knows there
is nowhere safe to hide—except in a world he left
behind long ago…

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781460362501
Publisher: MIRA Books
Publication date: 07/15/2014
Sold by: HARLEQUIN
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 400
Sales rank: 452,639
File size: 1 MB

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The Witness 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
harstan More than 1 year ago
Lauren Brownley enjoys playing the piano at Denver¿s Club Classico. However, her gig abruptly ends when she sees her employer Carlo Giovessi kill Frank Pappano, a drug runner who stole some of the illegal gains from him. Carlo realizes that Lauren witnessed the homicide and from her hiding place she overhears his instructions to his thugs to kill her.

Lauren heeds Carlo¿s unintended advice to go to the polcie who hand her over to the FBI. Agent Sam Grey Wolf Rawlins vows to keep the frightened rabbit safe until the Carlo¿s trial, but knows he must get her out of town to do so because someone on the Feds¿ rolls works for Carlo. Soon the duo is isolated in a mountain blizzard with thugs on their trail and their only hope is the growing love and trust between them.

THE WITNESS is a powerful romantic suspense novel that works because readers will feel the fear and mistrust between the lead characters that gradually changes into love and faith. Though the plane escape from the mole seems too uncertain of a venture, the nasty crash, nastier weather, and the nastiest hoodlums enhance the story line. The audience will witness a strong tale with a fine cast that testifies that the only gray area in this author¿s writing is her name.

Harriet Klausner