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The Hitman’s Daughter by Amity Maree – Chapter Ten

Chapter Ten “Yes, I went after Nita, but not the way you would expect,” Dilly added. “I didn’t want to shoot her if I didn’t have to. I gave her a chance to find me in the park, but she didn’t come. I was pretty provoked, but the time alone allowed me to think, and […]

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The Hitman’s Daughter by Amity Maree – Chapter Nine

Chapter Nine After nearly an hour of making calls, Race found Nita Norton registered at a local hotel. He told the Calionis to call him right away if Dilly came home, and Rose promised she would. Once the door was secured behind Race, Rose looked at her husband and said sadly, “Dilly is in a […]

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The Hitman’s Daughter by Amity Maree – Chapter Eight

Chapter Eight Dilly couldn’t sleep. After kissing Race goodnight, she’d locked the door as she promised her father, shutting off the lights and the television. She then went to her room, stripped and took a look in the mirror. The state of her backside wasn’t a shock to her. Dilly already knew that she bruised […]

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The Hitman’s Daughter by Amity Maree – Chapter Seven

Chapter Seven Dilly tearfully looked at Race, then said, “My mind wasn’t on defying you to prove I that could. I was thinking that they had Daddy, and I needed to save him because it was my fault that he was in trouble. I was afraid for you too. You were so brave to go […]

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The Hitman’s Daughter by Amity Maree – Chapter Six

Chapter Six Dilly’s heart was pounding at the mere sound of Race’s voice, but how dare he think she was hiding? Her temper was waging war with all the feelings of joy coursing through her slender body. If she weren’t afraid that the dinner she was making would burn, Dilly would march into the living […]

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The Hitman’s Daughter by Amity Maree – Chapter Five

Chapter Five The cell phone rang again. It was Alf’s number, and Dilly immediately answered. “Hello, Daddy.” “Hello. Any more trouble?” Alf questioned. “Not since I bought us a blue car, which is doing a fine job,” she added, for Race’s benefit. Alf chuckled. “Honey, a car is a car. The color doesn’t matter.” It […]

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The Hitman’s Daughter by Amity Maree – Chapter Four

Chapter Four The red SUV was a lot more comfortable than the white car they’d been riding in earlier. The seats were much softer to sit on, and Dilly was extremely thankful for that. She was sitting on a bruised posterior, but her request to stop at a pharmacy fell on deaf ears. Race told […]

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The Hitman’s Daughter by Amity Maree – Chapter Three

Chapter Three Dilly immediately unfastened her seatbelt and obeyed Race, getting down on the floor of the car. She also took out her gun, dumping the contents of her purse on the seat where she had been sitting just seconds ago. “What is that, little girl?” He took his dark eyes off the road to […]

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The Hitman’s Daughter by Amity Maree – Chapter Two

Chapter Two “You wouldn’t dare do what you’re thinking,” Dilly said, watching as the big man took his time rolling his sleeves. “You will soon learn differently. You might want to keep in mind that the more you fuss, the longer and harder you will be spanked.” Race was telling her the truth. “I won’t […]

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The Hitman’s Daughter by Amity Maree – Chapter One

Prologue “Where’s Cal?” Alf Calioni demanded in his rough voice when US Marshal Race Stevens showed his badge. “He retired.” “I’m used to Cal.” Alf frowned and stared at the younger man. “You need to get used to me now. What’s the problem?” Race demanded, noting the worried look on Rose Calioni’s face. The apartment […]

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