Randi McCafferty is a woman in trouble, in more ways than one. Someone seems determined to kill her. To protect her family, and return to a somewhat normal life with her infant son, she leaves Montana for Seattle. What she doesn't expect is that both the killer and Striker, the attractive man she met in Montana, will follow her to Washington. The mystery surrounding the baby's father is just one aspect that's a little off-putting in Lisa Jackson's Best-Kept Lies (2). It's difficult to be sympathetic towards Randi when she's portrayed as promiscuous at the story's start.