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A Sister's Wish

Jennis Slaughter

Publisher: Shadoe Publishing

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Summary

When Navy SEAL Sydney Martin feels her twin sister die, she knows that she has her work cut out for her in finding who murdered her. When she gets a delayed text, asking her to protect something, she vows to do just that. 
What she didn't know was that her investigation would involve her sister's best friend, computer programmer Chance O'Neil, and that they would end up running for their lives in search of the truth all while falling in love. 
Would they be able to bring the guilty parties to justice before they are caught or will it all be for naught?

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