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Contemporary
Big Trouble
By Dina Smith
May 1, 2006 - 8:39:00 AM

When Naomi Connor heard that Brennan Shipping was looking for someone to do a security audit on their company she was determined to get the job. After twenty years she was finally going to get her chance at redemption for the biggest mistake of her life. Naomi was twelve years old when she accidentally hacked into Brennan Shipping's computer files and nearly destroyed the company. Even though all the charges were dropped and Naomi's name was removed from all the documents the guilt that she felt for the damage she created could not be erased so easily.


Joe Casey was only filling in as Chief Technology Officer for his families company temporarily, the rest of the time he worked as a lawyer in Washington. It was Joe's job to make sure the security system at Brennan Security was completely hack proof and he figured the best way to test it was to hire a hacker. Joe was ill prepared for the beauty that walked off the airplane but when she started talking about computers and building robots in her spare time Joe didn't think a more perfect woman could exist. Beauty and brains, Naomi seemed perfect except for the secret she was keeping from him, but Joe had no doubt that he would eventually find out what she was hiding.

When Naomi and her team were all in place they began running their security tests looking for weakness in the system as well as in the employees of the company. But when the test turns up a real hacker in the company Joe and Naomi are in a race against time to discover the identity of the hacker before word gets out and the entire company is ruined. When Joe discovers Naomi's secret past he assumes she is back to finish the job she started twenty years earlier. Can Naomi uncover the truth and salvage her name before it is too late?

Marianne Jameson first introduced us to Joe Casey in his older brother Chas Casey's story MY HERO. With its sexy heros, laugh out loud humor and engaging story line BIG TROUBLE is every bit as good as its predecessor. Joe and Naomi seemed to go together like chocolate and peanut butter and it was a real treat watching their relationship change. Mrs. Jameson's writing talent once again shines brightly in a story that will keep readers coming back for more.



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