Pointe of Danger [NOOK Book]

Overview

Neve Warren, an injured ballerina, is spending the Christmas season in Ocean City, Maryland. Panic attacks and fears about her violent ex-boyfriend, Joshua Payne, challenge her attempt at recovery. After being followed one night on the local boardwalk, she realizes the past is never far behind.

Cam London, a police officer with his own troubled history, collides with Neve, literally, that night. When Neve finds out the history of the house she...
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Pointe of Danger

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Overview

Neve Warren, an injured ballerina, is spending the Christmas season in Ocean City, Maryland. Panic attacks and fears about her violent ex-boyfriend, Joshua Payne, challenge her attempt at recovery. After being followed one night on the local boardwalk, she realizes the past is never far behind.

Cam London, a police officer with his own troubled history, collides with Neve, literally, that night. When Neve finds out the history of the house she is renting and that the threats of the past coincide eerily with those of the present, can Cam keep her safe? And will Neve put the ghosts of the house to rest?
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940149503988
  • Publisher: Musa Publishing, LLC
  • Publication date: 2/25/2014
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 323 KB

Meet the Author

I am a gothic romance/literature nut. I fused my love of the written word with my love of studying people in an English/Psychology double major. Later, I received my M.A. in 18th century British Literature from the University of Alabama at Birmingham and have been teaching, tutoring, and writing ever since. I am the owner of Gothicked Blog, a blog that reviews gothic novels, especially gothic romance novels. My biggest gothic romance role model is Barbara Michaels (Mertz), and I count among my prized possessions a post card she sent in response to a fan letter a couple years back. I also write non-gothic romance as Lorraine James. My titles are as follows:
Magnolian, Moonlight on the Palms, Cries from the Past, Blood on Her Bonnet, Blood on Snowflakes, Pointe of Danger, She Walks the Shore, Secrets of Summerspelle, The Governess and the Master, The Bastard Returns, Sayonara, and the Delia Daugherty Serials. Find out more about me here. I’d love to hear from you!
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  • Posted August 5, 2012

    I enjoyed this very short story, but found myself wishing it was

    I enjoyed this very short story, but found myself wishing it was longer! I think there is more to this story than this short.

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  • Posted June 12, 2012

    I am new to the short story romance concept. I really liked the

    I am new to the short story romance concept. I really liked the read. Lisa's use of gothic vocabulary mixed with modern day characters and way of speaking was interesting and made the book more enjoyable.

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  • Posted January 29, 2012

    Wonderful Short Story

    I really enjoyed this short story by Lisa Greer. I had been wanting to read some her work and this was a great way for me to do so. It had suspense, mystery, and a bit of romance. I was concerned that the main character may make it more difficult for me to connect with her since I am not, nor have ever been a dancer, but Lisa created a very relatable character. I am looking forward to more of her works. I have my eye on one of he full length novels :)!

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