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Watch Over MeRocky Mtn Rescue She Was Out To Capture A Killer Becky DiFalco Was Trapped Snowbound In The Rockies With Two Men One, The Sexiest Man She D Ever Seen The Other, The Shrewdest Killer She D Ever Been Up Against In Her Years With The Colorado Bureau Of Investigation When She D Answered The Officer Down Call, She Had A Feeling It Was A Setup She Was Right He Was Out To Capture Her Heart Jack Slade Wasn T Sure Why Becky Had Agreed To Assist Him On The Mission, But He Suspected She Had Ulterior Motivesand He Was Hoping He Was One Of Those Motives He Was Wrong.With Becky And Jack Working At Opposite Ends, The Killer Had It Made Now He Just Had To Make Sure They Never Came Together An Icy Blizzard Ragesand Heated Passions Burn

As an author for the Harlequin Intrigue imprint, Carly Bishop has published 14 novels She wrote one title for the Harlequin Temptation line Bishop is a pseudonym for

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  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 256 pages
  • Watch Over Me
  • Carly Bishop
  • English
  • 11 March 2017
  • 9780373224548

15 thoughts on “Watch Over Me

  1. says:

    Doesn t come close to her other booksJanuary 15, 1999Several times while reading Watch Over Me, I had to check the cover to make sure who the author was I don t know what Ms Bishop was doing while she was writing this was, but it was pretty close to terrible Becky DiFalco has been lured to Rampart, CO by a notorious serial bomber who has remained underground for years She knows that he has brought her there for a purpose, but she knows that she is just as determined to catch him as he is to trap her But when her sting begins to go terribly wrong and a blizzard threatens to let the man escape, Becky is forced to turn to Jack Slade, a former FBI agent and long lost love, who is anything but happy to see her.There were so many problems with the writing it s almost hard to remember them all First, it takes forever for the two main characters to meet it s well after page 50, and their romance isn t exactly going to have anyone reaching for their kleenex It s about as romantic as you would expect a book about two people climbing a mountain in a blizzard to be I don t know about you, but page after page of struggling in the snow, almost frozen to death, isn t the stuff to start me swooning Worse, it s not even exciting Some much needed tension is introduced at the very end too late , but a final plot twist was too ludicrous for words And just when you think the lackluster writing and rhythmless plotting couldn t get worse, the book simply stops One minute...

  2. says:

    I love a good twist and this one has it.

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