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Publisher's Summary

Running for the wrong reason can still get you killed.
Kelli Carpenter has changed her name, her appearance - her life - to avoid being connected to a crime she committed in self defense years ago. But just when she thinks she has nothing to fear, handsome stranger Blake Windsor shows up.
He claims to be the handyman her boss sent to help complete the project she's working on - Camp Getaway - a place where inner city kids will get respite from concrete and drive-bys. Being a loner has kept her alive, and Kelli's instincts tell her to leave. But without Blake's help, the refuge for inner city children won't be completed on time. Against her instincts, she accepts his help.
Blake Windsor is a corporate executive accepted his boss's request to find out if Kelli Carpenter is really a woman his boss thinks he knew years before. He begrudgingly returns to the blue-collar construction lifestyle he vowed to leave behind, hoping doing this favor will advance his career.
The woman he meets bears little resemblance to the woman he's supposed to find, but something about her mystifies him, and he decides to continue with his deception to learn more about her.
When someone makes an attempt on Kelli's life, she runs - but she takes Blake with her. Keep your friends close but your enemies closer is her philosophy. And Kelli is convinced Blake knows something that will link her to her former lover's death, ending her life as she knows it.
What's in a Name? is full of twists and turns as Blake and Kelli try to keep one step ahead of whoever is following them while they try to figure out why.
©2007, 2010 Terry Odell (P)2013 Terry Odell
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5 out of 5 stars
By Kindle Customer on 01-12-14

Awesome Audiblebook!

Would you listen to What's in a Name? again? Why?

Yes, it was very riveting!

What did you like best about this story?

I really loved this audible book. You have Kelli, KC or Emily depending on where you are the story who is an awesome female character. Strong, intelligent and able to think on her feet. The you have Blake Windsor normally an alpha male with his own strengths but who has been knocked for a loop, literally. Amazing what a concussion can do for you.

I love a good romantic suspense and this was one of the best. I just love it when I don't figure it out, I had a slight suspicion but nothing concrete.

Listen and read this book you will love it.

What does Pamela Almand and The Captain's Voice bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

She really brings the characters alive and gives them each their own unique voice.

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


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4 of 4 people found this review helpful

5 out of 5 stars
By Deedra on 06-20-16

What's in a name

This was a good read!Kelli Carpenter is working on a project to build a camp for inner city kids.A man comes to her door saying he was hired to help move things along.Is he for real?Did her friend really send this guy or is ha after her?Kelli has changed her name and life numerous times trying to escape a few things in her past.
Blake,the handyman,is not sure this is the woman he was meant to find.There are twists and turns and way too many misunderstandings.It's got two narrators,Pamela Almand and 'The Captains Voice', which I usually find distracting but it worked in this book.
I was given this book for an honest review.

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