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Detective Gabriel Hugo has never been able to forget Kate Franklin. Eight years ago he let down his barriers and made love to her, but guilt and regret tore them apart.

Now she's the prime suspect in the murder of her second husband, an ambitious congressman. The FBI wants Gabe to use his connection to Kate to prove her guilt. Unfortunately his desire for Kate is as intense and forbidden as ever.

Kate is shocked to be a suspect and that the lead detective is the man she always wanted. Eight years ago Gabe hadn't been willing to hear that she was in love with him, and nothing has changed. But when the attacks on Kate's life begin can she trust Gabe to prove her innocence and keep her safe?

©2013 Ana Barrons (P)2013 Audible, Inc.

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  • Joan
  • Arlington, VA, United States
  • 05-26-13

Compelling characters, sexy and thrilling

What did you love best about Wrongfully Accused?

I loved that despite the fact that they had avoided one another for years,Kate's and Gabe's love for one another had never faded. The book was very well written, and I thought the plot twists were outstanding.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Wrongfully Accused?

When Kate explained to Gabe what had really happened the night Steven was killed. It was a pivotal and very moving moment in the book.

Have you listened to any of Julia Motyka’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

No. I liked the narrator but her voice was too soft a lot of the time. She did a good job with both the male and female voices, but I had to turn up the volume here and there.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

Yes, but it took a lot longer than that! I listened to it in the car and didn't want to stop driving!

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