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SHADOWS AT MIDNIGHT
by Elizabeth Jennings

Genre: Romantic Suspense, General Romantic Suspense
Sensuality: MILD

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Shadows at Midnight is a tight suspense story that is also deeply romantic. Jennings has created characters so vibrant that their reunion will have readers spilling happy tears before they reach page 53. What follows is a wild ride full of love, growth, mystery and action-packed suspense.

Daniel Watson admires Claire Day from afar until one fateful day, when the embassy is attacked and he is charged with protecting her. They share a passionate kiss, one he will always remember. Then his life changes forever. Believing Claire dead, Dan’s shocked when, a year later, she shows up at his office. She has no memory of him and seems but a shell of the woman she once was. Determined to not let her down again, Dan vows to help her get her memory and her life back. Before they can share their second kiss, someone tries to kill her.

Claire Day, a former Defense Intelligence Agent, has spent a year trying to get her life back after nearly dying in a bombing. She’s haunted by memories and nightmares. Only Dan’s face stands clear. She seeks his help to find answers about the bombing, only to find herself the target of a conspiracy. Someone thinks she knows too much. As Dan helps her heal, a new and stronger Claire awakens. Together they unlock the secrets from her past and bring down a tyrant. (BERKLEY SENSATION, Aug., 320 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed By: Annette Elton

Publisher: BERKLEY SENSATION

Published: August 2010

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