Currently she's writing faith-affirming thrillers and inspirational romantic suspense. Maybe that sunset in Lafitte, Louisiana. I'm not a nail-biter, or I imagine mine would have been bitten to the quick. It was fast paced and had a strong female gun toting leading lady! I think I would have been totally lost. We can protect ourselves, and we can help protect you.
Every girl should be so lucky as to have a brother like him. She finally finds home her best option. I thought that was sweet and honest. I'll definitely be looking for more of her books! I loved all three books and would recommend them to everyone I know. The stains spoke of past leaks now repaired, but the absence of a musty scent had first alerted her that more than met the eye was in this basement.
Her big brother, Paul, still lived there, but for now, home and North Bay were off-limits to her. I think I would have been totally lost. She wanted those things for Paul, of course. A swooshed gush of compressed air rushed out. No smears or swipes marring its dull surface.
Since Ian's wife's death, Maggie has helped Ian through his grieving process, mostly over the phone. Though her good friend, Ian Crane Doc begs her to come home where they can help her with this man,s he doesn't want to endanger her family and friends. She blinked fast and snipped the corner of a Ziploc bag, inserted the plastic piping tip and seated it, then spooned icing into the bag. They don't actually meet until Chapter 3. It was good but just not the 'bedtime' read a couple of chapters at a time type of book Maggie is being hunted by a killer and has spent 3 Christmas' alone, on the run.
A little reassured, she eased her finger on the trigger of her weapon and took a steadying breath to work the hitch from her chest. Her throat thick, she swallowed. Yet some nebulous alert had triggered her internal alarm. Paul and Della teamed up with the staff at Lost, Inc. The handsome widower is reluctant to love again, and the last thing Maggie wants is to put Ian in the line of fire, too.
Book 2 Warning: this is a series you definitely want to read in order. Controlling her breathing, deliberately working to slow her racing heart, she circled back to the kitchen, clicked on her flashlight and followed her emergency plan, taking the worn wooden stairs down to the basement. An unadvertised and unmentioned feature in the basement sold her on renting the Decatur, Illinois, home just days ago. Love could cost them everything…unless they can find their way to each other, in time for Christmas. Ian was a former flight surgeon. Disclaimer: I purchased a copy of this book for my reading enjoyment. Love could cost them everything.
The webs glistened but remained intact. Vicki mentors writers through her Writers' Zone program and has for well over a decade. If we did it for Della, we can do it for you. It took a while for me to begin to care about the characters, something that might not have happened had I read the 1st book. It is time to go back home for Christmas and let the ones around her to protect and help her. If someone has a couple of hours to sit and read it through is the best way to read it. Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book through the Readers Only Group at BookFun.
Love could cost them everything. It was lik This series is turning out to be fab-you-las! Many times, the author writes the hero saying those words but they never materialize. In the past three years, her record for staying put, hospital and recovery time aside, was two months, fourteen days, seven hours and twelve minutes. A knot rose in her throat. One aspect of this book caught me by surprise, and I don't mean that in a bad way. An unadvertised and unmentioned feature in the basement sold her on renting the Decatur, Illinois, home just days ago.