The Key

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Tate Publishing, 2011 - Fiction - 243 pages
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Lacey Addison is almost thirty and still single. Her family and friends only want to help, so they've made it their mission to find someone for her. Lacey's a hopeless people pleaser, which means she's been on a large number of blind dates lately. But with this latest blind date for a work reception, she had no idea what she was agreeing to. As far as blind dates went, Gary Legambi was everything Lacey expected—pale, gangly, and anything but handsome. Their date started out ordinarily enough with awkward greetings and forced conversation. However, three days later, Lacey finds herself in the hospital with no memory of the past few days. To make matters worse, there are two FBI agents hovering above her, firing questions that make no sense. Over the next few hours, two things become increasingly clear: One, Gary is considered a prime suspect. Second, Lacey is somehow linked in this major investigation. The premise of the FBI investigation is simple. Lacey is to date Gary in order to assist the FBI in obtaining the truth behind his lies. Is she up to the challenge? Or will she be too distracted by the FBI agent assigned to the case? Agent Alexander McConnell is strong and ruggedly handsome yet sensitive and protective. Fighting the mounting attraction they feel for each other, Alex and Lacey try desperately to focus on the investigation. However, when it becomes clear that Lacey is in danger, the two are pulled closer together. Racing against time, they attempt to unlock the memories in Lacey's mind before a sociopath destroys them and any chance of locating The Key. Andrea Adams lives in Carlisle, Pennsylvania, where she is an active member of the Giant Talkers Toastmaster Club. The Key is her first novel.
 

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Dedication
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One
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Two
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Three
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Four
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Five
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Six
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Seven
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Ten
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Eleven
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Twelve
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Thirteen
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Fourteen
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Fifteen
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Sixteen
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Seventeen
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Eight
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Nine
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Eighteen
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