Body Of Truth
By Billie Jo
Nov 1, 2005 - 10:35:00 PM

Dana Molloy is a lovely young woman known as "The Nurse" who travels into the worse parts of town to take care of the elderly.  After attending to one of her patients, she finds herself involved in a drive by shooting, where she is shot and a teenager is killed protecting her.  Everyone, including the dirty cop assigned to her case, assumed it was a drug deal gone badly and she was in the wrong place at the wrong time.  When Jonathan, her best friend's brother, comes to question her about an anonymous tip she left, sparks begin to fly.  Dana knows getting involved with him would be a mistake, but when someone tries to kill her, she calls him for help.  Will Dana find a love she has always desired with Jonathan?  Or will she walk away because she thinks she does not need a man to take care of her?

Jonathan Stone is a sexy detective who has just been handed the murder case of a well-known reporter.  He has exhausted all possible leads and finds himself stumped on how to proceed next to catch this killer.  However, when he talks with Dana about her anonymous tip and learns of her trouble, he believes the two cases are related.  He also believes Dana is the next target.  But he was not expecting the riveting passion that explodes between them.  Jonathan knows it is unprofessional to desire a witness, but he can not seem to get her out of his mind.  Will Jonathan open his heart up to Dana and tell her he wants her in his life?  Or will he walk away from her because he believes she does not want him?


BODY OF TRUTH is a fantastic romantic suspense.  Deirdre Savoy pens an exhilarating thriller with a gripping plot, compelling characters and vivid imagery.  This reviewer sat on the edge of her seat well into the night to finish it and see who the culprit was and how the romance would pan out.  The ending was awesome and I never saw it coming.  Dana is a tough girl who grew up fast and thinks she does not need anyone to take care of her.  Jonathan is a sexy man with attitude and yet is very passionate about everything in his life.  Ms. Savoy did a beautiful job taking two people who have seen some pretty rough stuff and turned it into a wonderful romance where the characters could let go of their work and enjoy life with another.  Well done Ms. Savoy and I look forward to more of your work.


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