A Cry In The Night (Texas Heroines in Peril) [NOOK Book]

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The child she gave up for adoption eight years ago is missing, and Ava Simpson is convinced his life is in danger. Only one person can help her find the boy: Blake Tranowski, the birth father of the child. If only she can forge the courage to tell him of the existence of their son. . .

The anger Blake felt toward Ava when she dumped him nine years ago can't ...
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A Cry In The Night (Texas Heroines in Peril)

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Overview

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The child she gave up for adoption eight years ago is missing, and Ava Simpson is convinced his life is in danger. Only one person can help her find the boy: Blake Tranowski, the birth father of the child. If only she can forge the courage to tell him of the existence of their son. . .

The anger Blake felt toward Ava when she dumped him nine years ago can't touch the fury he experiences when she makes her shattering revelation. Even more shattering is Blake's discovery that the boy really has gone missing. Why hasn't the adoptive father contacted the police? How is the man involved with a Mexican drug cartel? Is their son even alive? As Blake and Ava race against the clock to find their son, others are intent on stopping them. Even if it means killing them.
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Meet the Author

Before selling her first book – a historic romance – in 1997, Cheryl Bolen enjoyed careers as a journalist and as an English teacher. Her first fiction acclaim came when she was prepublished and won several awards for her fast-paced romantic suspense novels. Since 1998 she's been happy to write full time, and the awards have kept coming. Her first book earned her the title Notable New Author, and in 2006 she won the Holt Medallion for Best Historical Novel. She has also been a runner up for the Daphne for romantic suspense. Her books have been translated and sold on four continents, and they have been bestsellers at both Amazon and Barnes and Noble.
She holds a bachelor's degree in journalism and English from the University of Texas and a master's degree from the University of Houston. Her favorite pursuits are reading diaries of dead English women, traveling to England, and watching the Texas Longhorns play football and basketball. She and her professor husband are the parents of two sons who claim to be grown. One is an attorney, the other a journalist.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 15, 2014

    A cry in the dark

    Another good read from Cheryl Bolen. Quick moving and touching.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 16, 2012

    Fun

    It was a typical Bolen book. Very little effort to build the romance and pretty typical but still fun to read.

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    Posted March 20, 2012

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