Book Reviews of Incriminating Passion (Harlequin Intrigue, No 723)

Incriminating Passion (Harlequin Intrigue, No 723)
Incriminating Passion - Harlequin Intrigue, No 723
Author: Ann Voss Peterson
ISBN-13: 9780373227235
ISBN-10: 037322723X
Publication Date: 8/1/2003
Pages: 256
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Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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Someone was trying to kill Andrea Kirkland. And with good reason. For she was the only witness to a murder. A murder her mind refused to recall. A murder assistant District Attorney John Cohen needed her to remember so that she could testify and put an end to the threats, the danger. Until then, John felt duty bound to protect her. Just until the murderer was found, he told himself. After all, she was his key witness. But once the passion exploded between them, the rugged D.A. came to realize that his key witness had come to mean so much more...
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SOMEONE WAS TRYING TO KILL ANDREA KIRKLAND. AND WITH GOOD REASON. FOR SHE WAS THE ONLY WITNESS TO A MURDER. A MURDER HER MIND REFUSED TO REAL. A MURDER ASSISTANT D.A. JOHN COHEN NEEDED HER TO REMEMBER SO THAT SHE COULD TESTIFY AND PUT AN END TO THE THREATS, THE DANGER. UNTIL THEN, JOHN FELT DUTY BOUND TO PROTECT HER. JUST UNIL THE MURDERER WAS FOUND, HE TOLD HIMSELF. AFTER ALL, SHE WAS HIS KEY WITNESS. BUT ONCE THE PASSION EXPLODED BETWEEN THEM, THE RUGGED D.A. CAME TO REALIZE THAT HIS KEY WITNESS HAD COME TO MEAN SO MUCH MORE.
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Andrea Kirkland-She witnessed something the night her husband disappeared. If she can only remember what she saw, she would know whether he is alive or dead. And who killed him.
John Cohen-Aburned-out, cynical assistant district attorney, John doesn't believe in anything or anybody. That is, not until a desperate, tattered Andrea walks into his office and challenges his heart.
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