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Freefall (High Risk Series #1)
     

Freefall (High Risk Series #1)

3.8 36
by JoAnn Ross
 

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Emotionally and physically wounded ex-SEAL_Zachariah Tremayne has returned to his South C arolina home determined to shut out the world. Then he meets Sabrina Swann, who has also made a private journey home to put the tattered pieces of her own life back together. But as the two of them learn to love and trust again, a killer is lurking in the shadows, threatening

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Freefall (High Risk Series #1) 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 36 reviews.
Charmed47 More than 1 year ago
I read this on my nook which made it over 1200 pages. If this book wouldnt of had 600 pages of total blah blah blah, it would of been a good read. It had a good plot that was never totally focused on, and kept jumping around. It didnt even focus on the romance it was so busy with TMI.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I am new to Ross's books, and read this one because I gravitate to stories including military bad boys. After reading her Blue Bayou series, I had high hopes for this group of books. It was slow at times, but I am fairly glad I stuck with it toward the end. I hope the following books in the series won't take so much time jumping around. Not a bad read, but not one of my favorites. If you are into military bad boys, you should definitely check out Cindy Gerard's Bodyguards and Black Ops series.
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mlbarner More than 1 year ago
It was a fun murder mystery that kept me guessing until the last few chapters. I enjoyed the romance between Zachary and Sabrina, but found it odd that as soon as Zachary fell in love his PTSD seemed to disappear. I also thought that there was a lot of unneeded info on characters that you wouldn't see again. Overall, a good story and I'll definitely read other books in this series.
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