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By Hannah Alexander

ISBN-10: 0373786409

ISBN-13: 9780373786404

A bad mystery haunts Dr. Jama Keith. yet she needs to go back to her past—her place of birth of River Dance, Missouri—and danger publicity. She owes a debt to the city for financing her desires. If basically she will stay away from ex-fiancé Terell Mercer—but River Dance is simply too small for that.When Terell's niece is kidnapped via of the FBI's such a lot sought after, Jama cannot refuse to help—Terell's kin have been like relatives to her for a few years. the quest for younger Doriann may fee Terell and Jama their lives. yet revealing her mystery disgrace to the fellow she loves scares Jama greater than the upcoming danger.…

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As always, our deepest appreciation goes to God, who has placed the blessing of stories in our lives. Contents Chapter One Chapter Two Chapter Three Chapter Four Chapter Five Chapter Six Chapter Seven Chapter Eight Chapter Nine Chapter Ten Chapter Eleven Chapter Twelve Chapter Thirteen Chapter Fourteen Chapter Fifteen Chapter Sixteen Chapter Seventeen Chapter Eighteen Chapter Nineteen Chapter Twenty Chapter Twenty-One Chapter Twenty-Two Chapter Twenty-Three Chapter Twenty-Four Chapter Twenty-Five Chapter Twenty-Six Chapter Twenty-Seven Chapter Twenty-Eight Chapter Twenty-Nine Chapter Thirty Chapter Thirty-One Chapter Thirty-Two Chapter Thirty-Three Chapter Thirty-Four Chapter Thirty-Five Chapter Thirty-Six Chapter Thirty-Seven Chapter Thirty-Eight Chapter Thirty-Nine Chapter Forty Chapter Forty-One Chapter Forty-Two Chapter Forty-Three Chapter Forty-Four Chapter Forty-Five Chapter One Doriann Streeter had never been kidnapped before, but if she'd ever tried to imagine what it might be like--which she hadn't--she'd have been wrong.

Don't let them see how scared you are. Think of something else. Deb's teeth, maybe. Deb was a stupid name for a kidnapper. Deborah was a name from the Bible, a judge and prophetess in the Old Testament. " Good thing Judge Deborah was in heaven now. She didn't need to know how her nickname was being besmirched down here in Missouri. Besmirched? Yes, that was the word. They passed a road sign on I-70, and Doriann felt her eyes go buggy. Could that be right? Hadn't they just left Kansas City less than an hour ago?

Of course, Aunt Renee believed in positive reinforcement. But still. Aunt Renee had made that statement yesterday, right after Doriann had told her cousins a scary story and made Ajay cry. That meant the statement wasn't being made in a positive way, but to heap on the guilt. Mom said Aunt Renee was good at guilt trips. Mom should know that about her twin sister. So if Aunt Renee says I'm a great storyteller, tell Clancy a story. He does everything Deb tells him not to do. He's a lot like my cousins, and I know how to handle them.

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