Dear Ms. Tyler: I choose this book because I like romantic suspense stories with former special forces heroes (and heroines), I liked Hard to Hold, the first in your previous series, and this story featured a sister and BFF of an older brother romance. The blurb alerted me to the fact that there was a(…)
There is a lot of emotion in this story and while the suspense is present, I thought the real story was the relationship between Ethan and Rachel. Ethan is desperate for a second chance. Rachel is haunted by fleeting memories and struggling to cope with being with Ethan again. There is tension between them that belies his whispers of love and devotion. They both have to deal with the problems of what caused their marriage to fail the first go around. Ethan, in particular, is in a pickle because no one in his family knew how bad his marriage to Rachel had become.
Dear Ms. Rice: I don’t remember which order I read the Lisa Marie Rice books but I do know that Woman on the Run was one of the latter books in my glom. It features a slightly different heroine (one more cosmopolitan but who ends up embracing small town life) and the standard hero (tall,(…)
I swore I reviewed this book before but I couldn’t find it in the archives so if you’ve read this, I apologize for the duplication. Dear Ms. McCarty: I tried your debut book and I’m afraid that I haven’t read you since but a friend of mine (can I say it was Angela James?) emailed(…)
Dear Ms. Monroe: Is it too corny to say that this book delivered for me? I’m not a huge fan of the Navy SEAL books anymore because I think that there are so many of them and I worried about the machismo level of the hero but nothing about the book was very expected. That(…)
Dear Ms. Butcher: Jayne’s review of No Control got me interested in reading your books. Jayne isn’t the biggest fan of romantic suspense so her B- review of your book is a golden recommendation to me. But many of the things that bothered Jayne in her review of No Control bothered me in No Escape(…)