Book Reviews of In Self Defense (Legal Thriller) (Harlequin Intrigue, No 286)

In Self Defense (Legal Thriller) (Harlequin Intrigue, No 286)
In Self Defense - Legal Thriller - Harlequin Intrigue, No 286
Author: Saranne Dawson
ISBN-13: 9780373222865
ISBN-10: 0373222866
Publication Date: 8/1/1994
Pages: 249
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Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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A SERIES OF THREATENING LETTERS TRIGGERED JESSICA AYLEWORTH'S RECURRING NIGHTMARES AND SPILLED INTO HER WAKING FEARS. AS PUBLIC DEFENDER, SHE BELIVED PASSIONATELY IN LAW AND ORDER, BUT SHE'D DO ANYTHING TO SAVE HERSELF FROT THE TERROR THAT STAKED HER INCLUDING TAKING THE LAW INTO HER OWN HANDS
WITH HIS COMMANDING PRESENCE AND ROCK SOLID STRENGTH, CASEY CASIMIRICZ COULD HAVE BEEN THE ANSWER TO JESSICAS PRAYERS. BUT THERE WAS SOMETHING SUSPICIOUS ABOUT THE ROGUE COP, AND HIS LACK OF COOPERATION SENT UP A WARNING GLARE.
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My mother-in-law gave me 2 huge boxes of romance novels. I sat down and read them all this past winter. A good one.
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And justice for all...A series of threatening letters triggered Jessica Aylesworth's recurring nightmares and spilled into her waking fears. As public defender, she believed passionately in law and order,
but she'd do anything to save herself from the terror that stalked her-including taking the law into her own hands.
With his commanding presence and rock-solid strength, Casey Casimiricz
could have been the answer to Jessica's prayer's. But there was something suspicious about the rogue cop, and his lack of cooperation
sent up a warning flare.
Her instincts told Jessica that Casey was somehow connected to the nightmares that surrounded her. And she'd learned from bitter experience she was no judge of innocence and guilt.