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OUT OF THE BLUE
by JoAnn Ross

Genre: Romantic Suspense, General Romantic Suspense

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Divorcing her husband and asking
for a financial audit placed a lot of stress on popular singer Lark Stewart. Then her life takes a dark and dangerous turn when she and bandmate Danny are shot at in New Orleans. Lark's psychic aunt Zelda fears for her niece's safety and contacts Lark's ex-sweetheart, Lucas McCloud.

Lucas is a former sharpshooter and FBI agent who grudgingly agrees to protect Lark. He arrives none too soon, because psychotic stalker and kidnapper William Guest has escaped from prison. Guest has long believed that Lark is his wife and is determined to make her pay for her "infidelities." Lucas and Lark head back to Highland Falls, but the wily and demented Guest is close behind.

Gripping and chock-full of emotion, OUT OF THE BLUE is exhilarating romantic suspense. This story makes a terrific middle chapter in the Stewart Sisters trilogy. Books by Ross are guaranteed great reads! (Mar., 384 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith

Publisher: Pocket

Published: March 2004

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