I received a copy of Weep In The Night by Valerie Massey Goree from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
After three years in the witness protection program, Sadie Malone's life in Texas is bland and humdrum—until she meets a new co-worker. Bowen Boudine ignites a flame in Sadie's long-dormant heart, but when she discovers he knows her true identity, she attempts to flee. He thwarts her escape and reveals the reason he's been sent to locate her. Bowen, a seasoned operative with International Retrieval Organization takes his job escorting Sadie safely back to California seriously, but quickly finds he's falling for her. Can he maintain a professional relationship while he protects her from the crime boss her testimony helped to convict?
A great book that keeps you guessing to the very end. Sadie Malone is in the witness protection program and once again has moved to a new city with a new name. A new coworker, Bowen Boudine, finds out her true identity and brings all of her fears to life again. Can he convince her he's trying to help her? Will the crime boss that she helped testify against find her again?