Danger at Her Door (Silhouette Romantic Suspense #1478)

Danger at Her Door (Silhouette Romantic Suspense #1478)

by Beth Cornelison
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Danger at Her Door (Silhouette Romantic Suspense #1478) 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
SheilaDeeth More than 1 year ago
Some wounds are harder to heal from than others, and I was attracted to Beth Cornelison's Danger at her Door particularly because I wanted to see how she would portray her protagonist. Megan Hoffman is a young woman who has changed home and identity in an effort to recover from past trauma, and I found her pain and reactions completely believable right from the start. Her attacker is still free, and Megan hides away, mistaking privacy for healing. The single father with the precocious little daughter reminds Megan of all that she's missing. But how can she trust him when he's a reporter, already researching her case? And how can he trust her when he's been hurt before? Just as Megan and Jack take those first small steps towards healing and love, danger tears them apart. And the author proves herself a master of suspense, as well as of characterization. The side characters-Jack's daughter, Megan's dog and her dear friend Ginny, propel the story forwards. And a beautiful love scene fills it with heart and hope. Danger at her Door is a truly enjoyable romantic suspense, and an insightful glimpse into trauma and recovery.