Woman on the Run

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Ellora's Cave Publishing, Incorporated, Sep 1, 2004 - Fiction
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Woman On the Run By Lisa Marie Rice What's a girl to do? Sophisticated urbanite Julia Devaux loves her life. What's not to love? A fabulous job in publishing, wonderful friends, gorgeous apartment, the company of her beautiful though temperamental Siamese cat, Federico Fellini-she's got it made. And then Julia has the bad luck to witness a Mob murder and her life goes straight down the toilet. Under the Witness Security program, Julia is relocated to the boondocks, a hundred miles from the nearest bookstore and Estee Lauder outlet, where the only fast food is deer and the only entertainment is sex with a laconic local rancher. Luckily, talking isn't what Sam Cooper does best... Former SEAL Sam Cooper can't believe his luck when mystery woman Sally Anderson hits town. Simpson, Idaho, can't even offer a decent cup of coffee let alone gorgeous new grade school teachers. The instant Cooper sees Sally, he stakes her out as his own. Granted, he's not much good at talking, but he does his best to keep her happy. When he discovers her life is in danger, he'll stop at nothing to keep her safe and with him. He's not alone. The whole town of Simpson wants to keep her.

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Enjoyable and fun escape, but a few weak plot devices. - Goodreads
The ending was so much fun. - Goodreads
Number of sex scenes: 8. - Goodreads

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User Review  - Christina A. Marley - Goodreads

Pretty steamy read. I loved Julia though at time she was too stupid to live, also felt bad that she had to be called Sally. (Don't get me wrong. I think Sally is a nice name (Mustang Sally, awesome ... Read full review

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User Review  - Lena - Goodreads

This is an erotic romantic suspense novel and a snob out of water story but neither of these are the reason I have reread it and given it five stars. Growing up a (non) military brat Julia was taught ... Read full review

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