Katharine Lawrence has no idea what hit her. The attack came out of nowhere. Only hours earlier she had been enjoying a girls-only weekend with an old college friend. Now she finds herself lying bound and gagged on her kitchen floor, staring with terrified eyes at her friend Lisa while two masked gunmen search her house for--what? She doesn't know. When Katharine awakens in the hospital, her brain tells her that things aren't right. She doesn't recognize herself when she looks in the mirror: her slim body, her manicured hands, her blond bob. And the smiling, handsome doctor at her bedside--Dr. Dan Howard--is familar, but in a totally unfamiliar way. She's twenty-nine, the special assistant to the head of the CIA, and she's lucky to be alive. She also knows she can trust no one. Acting on instinct, Katharine runs for her life, with Dan, her newfound protector, at her side. She allows him to spirit her to a secluded safe house where they stumble into a tangled web of government conspiracy. As the pair is drawn further into this shadowy world, as fear gives way to a firestorm of attraction, the cat-and-mouse game grows deadly, and soon their lives are at stake.
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