Book Review

by Shiloh Walker

Genre: Romantic Suspense, General Romantic Suspense
Sensuality: HOT

RT Rating

If you think this is another alpha-male-saves-battered-woman story, you'll be delightfully surprised. This book pulls you in right from the first sentence and doesn't let go. Walker has created a series of intriguing characters, including the secondary ones, with complicated pasts and heartwrenching conflicts. They'll win your heart and keep you reading right to the end.

On the run, Sara Davis knows better than to think for a minute that she can forge a relation-ship with her sexy new neighbor, Quinn Rafferty. Unfortunately, he seems just as attracted to her as she is to him. As their relationship grows, Sara knows Quinn has secrets he's unwilling to tell her, but that's fine, since she has secrets of her own.

Quinn had a hard life, and as a bounty hunter, he doesn't give his heart or his trust to anyone -- until he meets Sara. It's not until she becomes his next missing-persons case that he knows just how deeply in love with her he is, and how badly she's betrayed him. Or has she? Quinn must decide if he's willing to trust his heart -- and Sara -- to find the answers. (BERKLEY, Mar., 336 pp., $15.00)

Reviewed By: Annette Elton

Publisher: BERKLEY

Published: March 2010

Reader Rating

3 Stars

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This book was excellent for

Submitted by brenda potter on July 28, 2010 - 5:38pm.

This book was excellent for the first 2/3 of it. After that it was a labor of frustration to get to then end All the characters had to do was simply talk to each other & then work together to fix the problem. Sara's reasoning for not telling Quinn her true identity by this point made no sense & simply dragged the book out.