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Her Best Friend Jon

Her Best Friend Jon
$2.99
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Series: The Coach's Boys Series, Book 4
Genre: Sweet Contemporary Romance
ASIN: B00G8U98Z4
Angered to find that her whole life was a lie, Hannah Fletcher set out to right some wrongs - if she could keep her real identity a secret until her mission was accomplished. Jon Rambo lived his life by three rules: work hard, don't get involved in the problems of others, and don't get too close to anyone. But when Hannah needs help, he steps in, even though it means deceiving everyone he cares about. ***Affiliate link(s) below*** (Explanation in Terms of Service)
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About the Book

In the fourth installment of the Coach’s Boys series, Detective Ed Winslow’s stalker steps up the game – and everyone is a target now.

Her secret could change lives forever…
When Hannah Fletcher discovered that her whole life was a lie, she ran as far and as fast as she could – to a place she’d long forgotten about. And now that she’s found a way to get close to the right people, can she keep her real identity a secret as she works to accomplish one very important goal?

He’s spent his entire life on the outside looking in…

Jon Rambo lived by three simple rules, work hard, don’t get involved in other people’s problems, and never get too close to anyone. His job, and a small circle of friends, had always been more than enough for him. But when a woman he believes is up to no good needs help, he steps in to offer his assistance, even though it means deceiving everyone he knows.

 

EXCERPT:
“He’s getting closer,” Martin said. Jon could see his head in the rear view mirror as he craned it around to look.

The words had no sooner left his mouth than the lights came closer – fast. They had to have put chains on their tires, something he wished he’d done before starting out.

When the front of the vehicle, half again as big as Jon’s truck, hit his bumper, they started swerving, and when it hit them the second time, he didn’t have a clue where they were headed, but he knew it wasn’t straight down the road anymore.

“Hold on,” he said, fighting the wheel to try and right the slide, but it was a losing battle.

He could feel that they were beginning to travel down an incline, just before he saw the snow covered branch in front of the windshield. The branch that just happened to be aimed right at Hannah’s face.

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