Sarah Davidson is on the run from a hit man hired to prevent her from testifying in a murder case. When her bodyguards are killed, she takes matters into her own hands and goes undercover (or over the top)and hides in a high school. As a flamboyantly dressed senior from California, she becomes Serena Davis. She becomes an irritation to her straightlaced English teacher, Jack Morgan, in more ways than one. Sparks fly.
Amy C. reviewed The Wallflower (Harlequin Superromance, No 790) on
Sarah Davison is the lone witness to a brutal murder. After the killer makes an attempt on her life, she's put under police protection. But when one of the cops turns on her, she's forced to hide in a place no one would ever think to look. Sarah's solution? Roosevelt High. She'll masquerade as a high school senior and try to blend in. But no one can ignore the "cool girl from California." Especially not jack Morgan, her English teacher. Under ordinary circumstances, he would be the perfect man for her. But he'll never look at her as a woman unless she reveals her true identity- and if she does that she just might wind up dead. What's a girl to do?
This book was great. The main character was witness to a murder and has to go into hiding, when her guards are murdered to, the police tell her theirs a leak in the system, that she should hide herself. She ends up posing as a high school student, of course the teacher who is falling for her is about to have himself commited as a pervert.