Thirty Days: The Hunt for Angelino Marquit (Book 2 of the Days Trilogy)

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Mike needs help hunting Angelino Marquit.
FBI profiler Jacque Real is called to help.
She knows more about Marquit than anybody.
A sting operation is set into motion.
Something goes horribly wrong.
This sequel to Eleven Days: An Unexpected Love is all about the hunt. Can Mike find Marquit before he kills again? The investigation proves to be difficult since Marquit like to toy with Mike. More

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About the Series: Eleven Days: An Unexpected Love (Book 1 of the Days Trilogy)
PLEASE NOTE: This book is continued in book two. If you enjoy a cliff hanger ending this book is for you.

After the death of her beloved cousin, Lana Andrews has to get away to be alone, to grieve. She rents a quaint little beach house in

Plymouth MA. Little does she know she would meet that one special love, an unexpected love. That one true love is Mike Ramsey, and he's a U.S. Marshal and the beach house owner.

As their love grows, so do their troubles. Someone is stalking Lana, and Mike has to figure out who it is before the stalker gets her. Not only does he have to protect her, he must find the connection between Lana and the stalker before it's too late. They soon find out this man desperately wants Lana, and he'll go through any lengths for that to happen. Mike's team finds out how desperate this man is when he starts murdering innocent people.

Being a U.S. Marshal for years, he knows how to protect people. This time was different. This time, the victim is someone he deeply loves. No matter what, he will do what it takes to protect his beautiful Lana. Once he finds out the name of the stalker—he is not so sure he can.

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