You’re in trouble and the only thing that will get you out is trading your testimony for a new life. If you’re lucky, you get Deputy U.S. Marshal Veronica Lakewood as your WITSEC Inspector. She will teach you how to walk away from the life you know and into another. She will show you how to become someone else. And she will be there for you if they find you anyway. She’s the best because she did it herself. And no one’s ever found out.
Your hook starts here:
The U.S. Marshals Service Witness Security Program has never lost a participant who followed their rules. Ronnie’s never lost one even when they broke every rule in the book. When her current relocation goes from routine to dangerous, Ronnie has to break a few rules herself and take her participant out of the system.
Then she discovers she’s being stalked by the last person she ever expected to see again. The step-father she thought she’d killed as a teenager.
Stalking aside (cause I'm really over stalkings in a big way) this is probably something I'd read a sample page to see if the writing was good, and I'd look at a synopsis to see if you break out of the business as usual Tommy Lee Jones motif.
The first paragraph isn't the worst thing I've seen but the second person doesn't work well for hooks. Neither does first.
Other than that, you've got good form.