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Being a single father in witness protection isn’t ideal, but it’s the only option to keep the baby I technically stole safe. Staying hidden is simple until the night I beat down the door of the only doctor in town, demanding help, and I meet the woman who changes everything.
I’m danger and violence; she’s innocent and caring. I’ll corrupt her, and potentially bring the threat of the MC after me to her doorstep.
Too bad for Dr. Caradee Blacksmith, I’m too selfish to care.
Because I want her no matter the risk.
I should be terrified of the massive stranger with tattoos covering every inch of skin and penetrating gray eyes that conjure dirty thoughts I have no right to think. But there’s a sick baby in his arms. He’s not what I expect, throwing my perfectly controlled life into a type of chaos I had no idea I needed. He’s everything I never knew I wanted, making me feel alive with every flaming touch.
But when men who look like him come to town wearing leather vests with hate and violence behind their eyes, I have to decide if this new way of living is one I’ll fight for or if I’ll turn my back on the man who showed me how amazing it is to be obsessively loved.
Point of view:
1st person. Alternating between Miller & Caradee’s perspectives.
This is book 4 in Kennedy L Mitchell’s In Clear Sight series. These are best enjoyed in order, starting with Guarded by the Marshal.
DNF @ 25%.
I get that this is fiction… but I need a little bit more realism to be able to enjoy the story.
Potentially spoilerish reasons this isn’t working for me:
Miller finds 3mo old baby he’s never seen before and he’s completely unrelated to at crime scene and the US Marshal’s just let him keep her… because he wants to?
Miller has a new name & has been admonished not to have any ties with past life, but names the baby after his mother. A name his father, who is after him, would easily know.
Marshal’s are now placing 4th WITSEC in same small town and no one is very good at keeping a secret. Miller hates his WITSEC name so Marshal says, “We’ll use your real name in private”. Private apparently being every one he comes in contact with.
Miller is so worried about how sick Carlie (baby) is that he bangs on Doctor’s door in middle of the night demanding she be seen immediately and then proceeds to spend the entire “exam” internally monologuing about all the ways he’s going to have sex with Caradee.
Caradee is so worried about baby’s cough that she invites Miller to spend the night for observation and then immediately propositions him.
At this point I’m giving up.
Content Warnings (up to the point where I stopped, contains spoilers):
necrophilia by a secondary character, cheating against a MC by an ex, emotionally abusive family (both MCs), physically abusive family
About the author:
Kennedy lives in Dallas, TX with her husband, 8-year-old son, and two Goldendoodles. A bookworm at heart Kennedy loves to snuggle up in bed, or by the campfire, with an unputdownable book. Her novels are stuffed full of humorous banter, the edge of your seat suspense, and enough steam for a great facial. If you like your heroines strong yet vulnerable and sexy, tattooed heroes who can’t keep their hands off their leading ladies then this author is the one for you.
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