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by Kate Brady

Genre: Romantic Suspense, General Romantic Suspense
Sensuality: MILD

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Brady weaves a tight and gripping mystery in One Scream Away. The romance builds slowly and releases in an emotionally satisfying conclusion, which is both endearing and intense. While traditionally romantic suspense novels have relied on the hero saving the day and the grateful heroine falling into his arms, Brady's heroine isn't one to wait for a man to save her -- not that she'd mind if he did.

After an attack that changed
her life, Beth Denison created a
new life for herself and her daughter. When her attacker, Chevy Bankes, is released from prison, the only thing
on his mind is tormenting Beth. As
the body count rises, Beth must decide
if she trusts ex-FBI agent Neil Sheridan enough to tell him the truth or face
handling Chevy on her own.

Neil is running from a past full of mistakes and death. No way does he want to get involved in a case linked
to his past. Yet something about Beth offers redemption. If he can just get
her to tell him why Chevy wants her dead and reveal her deepest secrets, he's sure he can save her and, in
the process, save himself. (FOREVER,
Jul., 464 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Annette Elton

Publisher: FOREVER

Published: July 2009

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