Jennifer Rockhill's plans for revenge fall into place the day she's hired as the corporate attorney for a Seattle biotech firm because it allows her to get tantalizingly close to Dr. Sherwood Fielding, the man who killed her husband.
Jennifer has to prove that Dr. Fielding funded his biotech firm by dealing in illegally obtained human organs - including her husband's -- for transplant into the bodies of people who could pay almost any price to extend their lives. But that's not the worst of Sherwood Fielding's trangressions against nature, as Jennifer soon finds out.
Working on the cutting edge of a lucrative field like genetics is risky - and Jennifer finds herself in a maelstrom of murder, industrial espionage, deceit and personal betrayal. Embroiled in a plot of unimaginable medical perversion, Jennifer must fight for the truth about the science being done at the firm. Especially as it leads her to the truth of how and why her husband died.
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Review: The ProtocolUser Review - Marti - Goodreads
Don't judge a book by its cover. Got thru it fine. Read full review
Review: The ProtocolUser Review - Tina - Goodreads
I may try this book again one day, but I am on chapter 8 and dread reading it - which is my sign to put it away. If I cannot motivate myself to read something, there is a problem. It is not logical nor believable, and I don't even like any of the characters. Read full review