McLain's Lawby Kylie Brant
Conner is skeptical. He deals with facts, not dreams and feelings. But when Michele starts receiving threats, his suspicion
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When children begin disappearing Detective Conner McLain chases every lead in his efforts to find them. That is, until Michele Easton comes to him with information she shouldn't have. Information she claims came to her in visions.
Conner is skeptical. He deals with facts, not dreams and feelings. But when Michele starts receiving threats, his suspicion fades. The woman brings out all his protective instincts. And keeping her safe soon becomes as important as the case at hand...
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Kylie Brant is the national bestselling author of more than thirty romantic suspense novels. She's a three-time Rita nominee and the recipient of two Daphne du Maurier awards for excellence in suspense and a Career Achievement Award winner from Romantic Times Magazine. Her novels have been published in twenty-six countries and translated into sixteen languages.
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216 pages.........very good read . Full of romance....suspense....and humor.
## This was an OK read. The writing style and the story were good, it's the hero I had trouble with. He was so unlikeable. Continuously comparing the heroine to his selfish ex-wife. I felt he should've explained in the end that she was nothing like her. Speaking of the ending, it was abrupt. After the climax, it just said .......one week later. The sexual tension was good as were the sex scenes. The one thing I DID like about the hero was how passionate he was. All in all, I can still recommend this.
This one had me guessing and in the end, I totally never saw it coming. The main character were likable, believable and had a electric connection that left me rooting for them both to overcome their demons.
Great plotline. But too much romantic sexual interludes. I felt like they were a filler just so the book would be longer. If you like the torid romance novels then you'll love it. I would have rather had more of the interesting story line.