A drug kingpin’s vicious crimes spark a DEADLY chain of events…
WHAT WOULD YOU DO IF A DRUG KINGPIN WANTED TO MURDER YOU?
After spending years under the thumb of his sociopathic boss, Dr. Kerry Randolph desperately wants to repudiate his life of crime.
His goals? To practice medicine. Find peace, if not redemption. Possibly even explore his forbidden attraction to U.S. Attorney Jayne Morrison, the woman responsible for prosecuting him.
Kerry’s only problem? His secret-filled past refuses to die…
If you love sexy romantic thrillers with heart-stopping plot twists and edge-of-your-seat suspense, don’t miss this riveting conclusion to Ann Christopher’s DEADLY series!
“Thrilling. Relentless. Sexy. Romantic suspense for fans of Karen Robards, Lisa Jackson and Karen Rose.”
—Eve Silver, National Bestselling Author
“[An] exciting romantic thriller [with a] thrilling conclusion.”
—Publisher’s Weekly on Deadly Pursuit
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The central plot of this novel is on Kerry Randolph, who desperately wants absolution and atonement for things he did while being a lieutenant although
his crimes seemed minor, money laundering for Kareem.
There was Jayne Morrison, an assistant U. S. Attorney, who struggled with her past and how ethical was in her attraction toward Kerry. Her issues with self esteem were revealed throughout story and how Kerry was attracted to and saw beauty in her. Although Kerry and Kareem were childhood friends, we find out why Kerry went to work for Kareem and how he was bound to him, Kareem wanted from Kerry everything that was beyond friendship, honor and loyalty. Debts had to be paid…
Kerry’s desire was return to being a doctor, have peace and pursue a relationship with Jayne. However, the past was never far from his mind and eventually caught up with him, people wanting information from him regarding Kareem, information that could threatened his
peaceful existence he was trying to establish. Wanda, Kareem’s mother became an important ally for Kerry. Of course, this threatened Kerry’s and Jayne’s relationship. Kerry was able to bring resolution to everyone’s satisfaction. In the end they both received their happy ending, even with
Also it was good to see familiar faces at the end with Kareem’s death. Many people could live
their happy ever after.
I really loved how the relationship between Kerry and Jayne developed, they both had doubts and fears to over come making their union inevitable to take place.
Thank you, Ann Christopher for writing a great trilogy, as always the characters are complex and and believable.