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Horizons
     

Horizons

by Catherine Hart
 
In a moment of terror, Kelly Kennedy's plane goes down on a remote Pacific island. Now, in order to stay alive, the survivors have to fight nature and each other. Among the group are an orphaned baby, a husband accused of killing his wife and an architectural engineer named Zach Goldstein. To Kelly, both men are dangerous. Now, in a place where the only laws are those

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In a moment of terror, Kelly Kennedy's plane goes down on a remote Pacific island. Now, in order to stay alive, the survivors have to fight nature and each other. Among the group are an orphaned baby, a husband accused of killing his wife and an architectural engineer named Zach Goldstein. To Kelly, both men are dangerous. Now, in a place where the only laws are those they make themselves and only the bravest and strongest survive, Kelly and Zach will search for a love that can endure.

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Publishers Weekly - Publisher's Weekly
An airliner crash and improbable survival plot bring a handful of stock charactersspitfire Latin actress, redneck criminal, mousy librarian, orphaned toddlertogether with heroine Kelly Kennedy, a lingerie boutique owner. In mid-divorce, Kelly is the proverbial high-maintenance woman who proves remarkably adaptable on their deserted South Pacific island. Zack Goldstein becomes her protector and lover in this latest by the author of Charmed which offers a smorgasbord of survival dilemmas and bantering dialogue while playing loose with setting details, exemplified by easy-open coconuts and a precocious parrot. The various castaways return to hectic civilization for Kelly's divorce and to witness her marriage to Zack, which is more appealing than the other emotionally tepid tribulations on the island. But the epilogue, which may perk up a few dimples, finally snaps the thin threads of credibility. (Sept.)

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780821757451
Publisher:
Kensington
Publication date:
09/01/1997
Pages:
384
Product dimensions:
4.17(w) x 6.84(h) x 1.04(d)

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