Just Breathe

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Ivy Books, 2001 - Fiction - 362 pages
2 Reviews
Former CIA agent Matthew Broussard came to Vienna to catch a killer. But when his only lead is shot dead, he is left without answers and with an injured witness in his arms. The enticing young woman may be his last chance to resolve the tragedy that still haunts his past. He cannot let her out of his sight, even if it means getting close to someone again.
For aspiring travel writer Chloe Nichols, escorting a tour group of wealthy old ladies through Europe was supposed to be anything but thrilling. Then she is rescued from an assassin's bullet by a stranger on the train-a perfectly handsome, charming stranger who saves her life with a kiss and asks her to pose as his fiancee. Chloe believes Matthew is trying to protect her, until the seductive charade becomes part of a lethal international conspiracy in which no one is what they seem-including her captivating hero. . . .

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User Review  - CasaBooks - LibraryThing

Spy thriller. Fresh premise - enjoyed it. Read in 2010. Read full review

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A light read; funny and entertaining; a relatively nonviolent spy novel Read full review

Contents

Section 1
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Section 2
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Section 3
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About the author (2001)

Dee Davis is also the author of After Twilight. She has a B.A. in Political Science and History, and a masterís degree in public administration. During a ten-year career in public relations, she wrote television and radio commercials, three award-winning public service announcements, and multimedia presentations for several large organizations.

Davis is a member of the Romance Writers of America and various community volunteer organizations. Right now, the time she doesnít spend at the computer is spent with her husband, daughter, and cat.

Visit Dee Davis on the Web at www.deedavis.com.

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