The Officer and the Secret by Jeanette Murray
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The Officer and the Secret is really just wholly average. Average plot, average characters, average writing.
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If There's One Thing He Hates, It's a Secret...

Coming home after a rough deployment, Captain Dwayne Robertson wants some stability in his life, and finds it in the friendship he's forged with Veronica Gibson while he was away. But her past is a well-guarded mystery, and Dwayne doesn't know if he can deal with a woman who has something to hide...

And She's Filled with Them...

Veronica Gibson doesn't want anyone to know about her bizarre upbringing. She's finally escaped her missionary parents and would be enjoying her independence if she didn't feel so insecure about fitting in. She can easily envision a glorious future with Dwayne—but can she build a new life on a web of lies?

Praise for The Officer Says "I Do":

"One of the best I have ever read...A phenomenal writer."—Night Owl Reviews, Reviewer Top Pick, 5 Stars

"I could not put this book down."—My Secret Romance

"A genuinely sweet and altogether spicy romance with a military flavor...the characters, the chemistry, and sensual love story will have you begging for more."—The Long and Short of It


About Jeanette Murray

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Jeanette Murrayis a contemporary romance author who spends her day surrounded by hunky alpha heroesO at least in her mind. She's actually a one-hero kind of woman, married to her own real-life Marine. As a military wife, she would tell you where she livesO but by the time you read this, she'll have already moved.
Published July 2, 2013 by Sourcebooks Casablanca. 353 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Below average
Reviewed by Jane Granville on Jun 25 2013

The Officer and the Secret is really just wholly average. Average plot, average characters, average writing.

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