When Rachel Case goes to the doctor for a routine blood test, scientists are astonished to learn she possesses a gene no one else on earth seems to have - a gene that holds the key to protecting the world from the deadliest pandemic in history. When government operatives kidnap Rachel in order to develop a vaccine, her lover, Donovan Creed, realizes the only way he can find Rachel is to enlist the help of her current husband, Sam.
©2011 John Locke (P)2011 Recorded Books, LLC
editor, Hamilton Home Review
If your girlfriend’s blood could help save mankind, would you sacrifice her–and all her children–to science? What if the government made the decision for you and kidnapped her? Maybe you’d search out her druggie mother and trade her… or maybe you’d make a deal with the feds to keep her children but let her go. Or maybe you’d just play Rambo and go get her. This is the premise of John Locke’s “A Girl Like You” and for Donovan Creed fans, the girlfriend is Rachel, the psycho girlfriend, former wife, from Saving Rachel. Once again the premise is outrageous but that’s Locke’s brand now and those of us who love Creed’s antics don’t care. At least Donovan’s in this entire book and not just part of it. It’s a fun romp and since Locke has proven he will surprise at every turn, it’s an unpredictable read.
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