Dark of the Night by Dee Davis
(Ivy Books Contemporary Romance)

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When she was only eight years old, Riley O’Brien survived the unimaginable: the deaths of her mother and sister. As a result she vowed never to desert her father, a brilliant young congressman whose star was on the rise. Now, twenty-one years later, after trading her dreams of a normal life for his ambitions, Riley stands by her father’s side as he makes a bid for the presidency. Growing up in the political spotlight, she has become an expert at hiding her feelings behind the surface of her regal beauty. But her defenses are about to be shattered.

Investigative reporter Jake Mahoney resents wasting his time covering an ice princess at a presidential campaign rally. But when a car bomb throws him–literally–on top of the candidate’s daughter, Jake quickly realizes that Riley O’Brien is pure fire. No one has ever gotten under his skin like this before. Their attraction is instant, and possibly fatal, as dangerous secrets from the past explode into the present, destroying one life after another in a nightmare of blind ambition.

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About Dee Davis

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Dee Davis has been practicing decoupage since 1971, when she founded theAdventures in Crafts Studio. She teaches the craft and has written widely on the subject.
Published December 18, 2007 by Ballantine Books. 386 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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