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2013 Rainbow Awards Submission: S.Y. Thompson - Now You See Me

Now You See Me by S. Y. Thompson
Paperback: 258 pages
Publisher: Quest by RCE (June 1, 2013)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1619291126
ISBN-13: 978-1619291126
Amazon: Now You See Me
Amazon Kindle: Now You See Me

Corporate attorney, Erin Donovan, has nothing on her mind except representing her clients to the best of her ability. One fateful day, she shows an irritating new client, Carson Tierney, around the tenth floor space of her own building and her life takes off in an unforeseen direction. Carson is an awe-inspiring woman by anyone's standards. Possessing genius-level intelligence that has allowed her to become a self- made millionaire from her computer software company, Carson still has a dark secret that could be her undoing. When the two are thrust together, in a high-rise office building, to escape a deadly killer while a blizzard rages outside, they have no one to count on but themselves. So begins an unexpected yet tender romance. Unchecked love and desire isn't in their future, however. The murderer is still out there and he's coming for them. Will Carson's street-wise skills protect them both as Erin attempts to discover the killer's identity just as relentlessly as he is seeking their demise?

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