Blackout

Blackout

by Annie Solomon
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Blackout 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is my first novel by Annie Solomon and it gripped me from the very first page to the last! I had to force myself to put it down. Margo and Jake are outstanding characters who are easy to like. They are brave and vunerable at the same time. I hated to see the book end...now I can't wait to read Annie's other novels. I highly recommend this book to those who love romantic suspense...this one will knock your socks off!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Excellent read. A nice change from the predictable romance novel.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
J: Another really good one by this author. Lots of twists and turns with action, suspense and of course romance. LOVE IT!!!
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harstan More than 1 year ago
Washington, D.C. bookstore owner Margo Scott cannot remember anything from the last month as if she was in a coma. Already befuddled and frightened, adding to her trepidations over her amnesia, the police arrive and question what she knows about Frank Temple, the deputy director of the Terrorism Control Force and where was she when he was murdered. Margo swears she never met Frank though the police show evidence to the contrary to her.------ Trying to piece back what occurred in her life over the past thirty or so days, Margo becomes even more terrified when she finds nothing to prove she existed before her recent awakening. She has no pictures of loved ones and no seeming contacts of friends or relatives. Worse what she finds out about herself has nothing to do with being an independent bookstore owner and all to do with skills the average person does not possess. Her only hope is a Fed tailing her that she confronts though she has no idea how she obtained the skill to realize that Jack Wise was following her. Though Jack suspects Margo of lying about her memory loss, they unite to discover why what she learned of her past does not gel with her memories prior to the last month, what happened during the memory lapse and did she kill Temple.-- Margo is terrific as she begins to uncover the truth about herself and assumes she probably killed Temple though she cannot fathom why. Her efforts to learn who she is grips the audience as each step closer to the truth proves more dangerous than the previous encounters. Though the romantic relationship with Jack seems unnecessary filler as Margo¿s plight and her escapades make for a Washington, D.C. bookstore owner Margo Scott cannot remember anything from the last month as if she was in a coma. Already befuddled and frightened, adding to her trepidations over her amnesia, the police arrive and question what she knows about Frank Temple, the deputy director of the Terrorism Control Force and where was she when he was murdered. Margo swears she never met Frank though the police show evidence to the contrary to her.----- Harriet Klausner