A Kiss in the Shadows

A Kiss in the Shadows

by Eve Kincaid, Lily Danes

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ISBN-13: 9781530257515
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 02/25/2016
Pages: 314
Product dimensions: 5.06(w) x 7.81(h) x 0.66(d)

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A Kiss in the Shadows (Lost Coast Harbor, #2) 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
D-does-reviews More than 1 year ago
Take a small isolated town on the coast of California, add a very attractive Deputy District Attorney who literally crashes at the feet of the Police Chief's estranged daughter, and a small town scandal that sends shock waves throughout Lost Coast Harbor and you're in for a superior romantic suspense thriller. Erin is an ER nurse who dreams of opening a mental health clinic after growing up watching her mother struggle with bipolar disease that forced her to grow up way too soon. Will is desperate to serve his time in this backward little town so he can go back to prosecuting important cases instead of the petty crimes in Lost Coast Harbor until he meets Erin and everything changes. Soon Will is caught between following the law or ending his romantic relationship with Erin and that's when things really get interesting. This book is totally worth staying up late and losing sleep over! I was especially impressed with the secondary mental health disease storyline because it's a subject that's very close to my heart and very relevant in our society today. I read a complimentary copy of this book and all opinions expressed in my voluntary review are completely my own.
CathyGeha More than 1 year ago
Lost Coast Harbor is a place I would love to visit! It is a small town with a lot more going on below the surface than expected. The mystery about just what is going on and who is involved with the criminals is explored a bit more in this novel as Erin Grady and Will Patton meet and get to know one another. Erin is an emergency room nurse who knows her stuff and applies it inside and outside the hospital. She is competent, unflappable and very skilled. She has not had an easy childhood but it has increased her independence, resilience and nurturing personality. When Will literally falls at her feet while she is jogging she snaps into ER nurse mode and gets him taken care of… while also scoping him out a bit. As the story progresses so does the federal investigation of Lost Coast Harbor. Who is corrupt? How to find them? Who to trust? What does the future hold in store for Erin and Will AND will it be what they both had hopes for at the beginning of the story. Maddie and Gabe, who were the stars in the first book of this series, made an appearance or two. Characters for future books were mentioned - and I do look forward to the next book that will be the story of Annabelle the baker and Declan the bookstore owner. A small town with characters like the Donnelly family, a cute new baker that there is no doubt more to know about than her mad baking skills, a female computer wizard with superb hacker abilities, a competent and somewhat intriguing new female on the police force and then coming in from outside a hunky sounding tattooed Federal investigator…and I am SURE there are more that will show up in future books of the series with their very own stories to be told! Thank you to the authors for this very interesting book to read and review!
naturalbri More than 1 year ago
This was a fantastic story. I really enjoyed the tension and passion that was put into the storyline, which only came second to the excellent level of detail. I found that this book, though I hadn’t read the first, was easy to grasp on to, and very easy to fall for. I often found myself wanting to read one more chapter, which soon turned into reading more of the book in one night. I may have been up very late, or early, but it was worth is for this book. The detail put into story, character and world were what made this read for me. I felt completely submerged into the story, and truly felt as though I was right there. I liked that the whole story had detail, even down to the smallest of things, which made everything seem very real. It also made it easy to picture what was happening. The characters had the same level of detail, if not more. They had deep, intricate personalities, which always kept me guessing, full physical characteristics and each had their own way of doing things, which made them easy to love or hate. I thought the pace matched the story well. It was both interesting and exciting. Overall, I really enjoyed this book. I think I’ll be going back to read book one, as I don’t want to miss anything, in the brilliant series. **I received this book for free in exchange for my honest and unbiased opinion.