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Swept Aside

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  • Posted August 4, 2010

    WONDERFUL SUSPENSE! WHAT A TORNADO OF A RIDE!!

    ASIDE SWEPT by Sharon Sala is an Romance/Suspense set in modern day Bordelaise, Louisiana. It is well written with depth and details. It is the third in the A Storm Front novel, but can be read as a stand alone. It has betrayal, sacrifice, romance, sweet sensuality, angst,turmoil, survival, redemption and learning to live again.The heroine, Amelie, was a teacher who was shot during graduation by a student while she was trying to save another student, the shooter had already killed several students and the principal. She goes back to Louisiana to recuperate. Her beloved grandmother dies while Amelie is in the hospital. Her grandmother had a massive heart attack due to the news her granddaughter was shot.Amelie, is tormented from the shooting, bewildered, grieving from the lost of her beloved grandmother, and .....held hostage by four escaped prisoners.She is strong willed, determined, smart,trying to hold things together. She is also attracted to one of the prisoners, Nick...but how can this be, she doesn't know who he really is yet. The hero, Nick, is an escaped prisoner, who is also an undercover DEA agent,he is embedded in the group with the three other prisoners, he is also attracted to the lovely Amelie. One of them, the leader, is severely injured. They have all been caught in a tornado, that has just hit Bordelaise. Nick is handsome, strong, passionate, and trying to keep Amelie safe from the other prisoners, especially Lou, who is determined to hurt Amelie. This is a fast paced, page turner suspense with twists and turns from the first page to the last. I would highly recommend, especially if you enjoy suspense, romance, sensuality, and true love. This book was received for review from Net Galley and details can be found at MIRA and My Book Addiction and More.

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  • Posted June 14, 2012

    I very highly recommend this book, can't go wrong with this trilogy!

    I love Sharon Sala's books. This book was the perfect end to this trilogy. I recommend this book to people who like suspense with a romantic twist.

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  • Posted July 7, 2010

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    a terrific taut thriller

    After the deadly mass murders at the high school graduation in Jasper, Texas where she was the art teacher, Amalie Pope came home to heal. Suffering from PTSD she moves into the Bordelaise, Louisiana home of her recently deceased beloved Nonna. Amalie hopes some R&R will help her regain her equilibrium though she doubts it as she vividly see Pauly Jordon kill four students, two teachers and two parents as well as wounding six others including her.

    However, instead of a respite, four dangerous males invade her home. They use her as a hostage. She is frightened as she expects even with negotiations she will die. One of the deadly felons Nick Arroyo senses the fears that Amalie displays. He wants to extract her from the scenario, but doing so will blow his cover and place both of them in peril. Amalie feels Nick is different from the others as he seems kind while the remaining threesome are beasts. The undercover DEA agent is her solo hope for survival, but she wavers over trusting him as he came with them.

    The latest Storm Front romantic suspense (see Torn Apart and Blown Away) is a terrific taut thriller that works because of the quintet inside the house. The three predators especially Lou and the lead couple make for a tense tale as readers wonder how Nick will expedite Amalie from the deadly situation.

    Harriet Klausner

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