Crash Into Me (Romantic Suspense) [NOOK Book]

Overview

(Previously titled "Fear of Flying")

After a traumatic experience, Serena Kowlachuk comes to Alberta for a new beginning. She finds a quiet, uncomplicated life—completely opposite from her explosive, tragic past—alone with her animals and an occasional visit from the old bush pilot who delivers the mail. She's not looking for relationships.

Especially not with helicopter ...
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Crash Into Me (Romantic Suspense)

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Overview

(Previously titled "Fear of Flying")

After a traumatic experience, Serena Kowlachuk comes to Alberta for a new beginning. She finds a quiet, uncomplicated life—completely opposite from her explosive, tragic past—alone with her animals and an occasional visit from the old bush pilot who delivers the mail. She's not looking for relationships.

Especially not with helicopter pilots.

When Connor Branson is shot out of the sky near Serena's remote wilderness home, she can’t ignore two hundred pounds of hot, dark and handsome—a hunk who needs her help if he’s going to live.

Connor appreciates more about Serena than the simple fact she saved his life, but she can’t believe she isn't cursed in matters of the heart—especially when the deadly forces of the life she left behind catch up with them both.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014379700
  • Publisher: Sharona Troy
  • Publication date: 4/15/2014
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 621,747
  • File size: 3 MB

Meet the Author

Sharona Troy lives in her own private Idaho with her two dogs, a talking fish (so she claims), and the man of her dreams. Her favorite place for story ideas? At night, under the stars, in a hot tub.

Seriously, Sharona is the nom de plume for sf/f author T.M. Roy, who usually writes more about aliens with phasers than romantic suspense or fantasies about magical princes emerging from closets. She had two dogs and a talking fish at one time, but now has two talking parrots and likes to go fishing. She still likes thinking up stories in a hot tub under the stars, when she can find one.
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  • Posted January 23, 2013

    I enjoyed this book. The romance was a bit abrupt. I like to se

    I enjoyed this book. The romance was a bit abrupt. I like to see it played out a bit more. But it was good. I like that the heroine wasn't all that young or gorgoeus and the hero wasn't some super super-rich alpha-alpha male. It is very different from Troy's Once Upon A closet, which is more a funny, silly romantic comedy. There are a few funny moments in this, and a few that made me tear up, but it is very much a romantic suspense. Might read it again some time.

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  • Posted June 8, 2012

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    Excellent romantic suspense!

    How far would you run to escape your past? For Serena Kowlachuk, it is to the remote mountains of Alberta, Canada where she hopes her simple life along with her faithful hound, Ranger, and four horses can banish her nightmares forever.

    Life has a funny way of upsetting even the best laid plans though. When she pulls injured helicopter pilot, Connor Branson, from a fiery crash near her home, she has no idea she has unwittingly alerted her past enemies to her presence. Time is running out. Can she keep Connor safe while she tries to eliminate her enemies once and for all?

    FEAR OF FLYING is engaging from the opening pages where we are privy to Serena's inner thoughts. I immediately wanted to know more about her and her past life. What had happened that made her shut down her emotions completely? What was she running from?

    The author does a great job of slowly revealing Serena's back story while keeping the reader fully engaged with what's happening between her and Connor. Even injured, Connor exudes sex appeal. He is like no one Serena has ever known and she struggles against any interactions beyond nursing him back to health. The sexual tension between Serena and Connor is palpable - a living, breathing thing of its own. Throw in some bad guys out for revenge and you've got a thoroughly enjoyable romantic suspense story. Recommended.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 8, 2012

    What's more dangerous - narco thugs or a man in love?

    This is one of my favorite kinds of romances - intelligently written with well-done quirky secondary characters. I loved the main couple, but I really hated the villian(ess). Sheesh. The author has a gift for setting - I felt like I was in the northwest wilderness without realizing I was reading description. It has kind of a Northern Exposure feel. Loved it!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 2, 2013

    Highly Recommend

    Nice romance, a little suspense, likable secondary characters and I love the dog. I could see another book written to expand on the lives of the town people and to continue the story of the two main characters. I would buy it. JudyE

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  • Posted April 9, 2013

    I really liked this book. I loved that the main character is a

    I really liked this book. I loved that the main character is a strong woman who lives alone, fending for herself. I've often thought about just leaving it all behind to do what Serena does. It didn't hurt to know that there is more to Serena than just a single woman living on her own in the wilderness. Sharona Troy did a great job setting up the romance to make it believable. I prefer books with some meat to the relationship instead of nothing but sexual tension. Though, the sexual tension in this book is a lot of fun.

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