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Friday's Child is a man obsessed...MI-5 agent Patrick Page is on the trail of a drug smuggler. He doesn't have time to revisit his past when he reconnects with the girl who got away--his girlfriend from college working at a library. He's more than surprised to see sweet Ellie singing on stage when he slips into a nightclub to gain intel on the club's owner. Why is she working two jobs? Why is she using an alias? Is she somehow involved? And is her involvement with his suspect merely a business relation or is there more to their partnership?
Ellie has a secret she doesn't want Patrick to know. His daughter. She'd turned custody over to her parents, however now she wants to be a mother not just a sister. But her own mother can't seem to let go neither has she forgiven Ellie for her past. So Ellie works two jobs and supports them both. Her one light is her music. The career she abandoned, and her boss has promised to make her a star. But now with Patrick back in her life she's questioning her choices. And is he interested in her, or does he have some hidden agenda? Does Patrick have a secret too?
Patrick Page is surely a man on a mission – whatever mission he’s assigned to. He takes his work very seriously, yes to the point of obsession, to the point of not having a personal life at all. But when he runs into Elle at the library, his old flame, he is completely derailed – and he doesn’t even know the half of it. He just can’t keep his mind off her. Not only does he want resolution from those many years ago, to understand why she left him, but he wants to protect her from what he knows is going on at the club where she sings.
Elle is shocked to see Patrick, and afraid to let him close for many reasons. She feels deserted by God, fallen beyond redemption with nothing to offer anyone, but that doesn’t stop her heart from wanting to be close to him again. Each time they meet it gets harder to pushing him away.
If you like romantic suspense, you certainly don’t want to miss this story (or any of the others in this series)! It has a bit of something for everybody and you won’t set