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A Hitman for Hannah

Jan Springer

Publisher: Jan Springer

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Summary

Hannah Roberts is designed solely for the purpose of producing healthy offspring for an ailing human race. But she longs for the forbidden—her freedom. With her breeding status about to commence, Hannah escapes her captors and is on the run for her life. 
Trained to be a cold-blooded killing machine, the only light in Jacob Romero’s life is a beautiful clone whose sweet innocence brands his heart and awakens dark desires he never knew he had. Assigned to assassinate her, he’s seriously injured when he decides to save her life. 
Now fugitives from the only world they’ve ever known, Hannah nurses the wounded Hitman and soon their attraction ignites into forbidden love. 
The lovers will face one final challenge—attempt a dangerous border crossing into the Free States. 
Available since: 08/01/2017.

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