Saved From a Killer

Saved From a Killer

by Miranda Stowe
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Saved From a Killer by Miranda Stowe

With no memory of her captivity, Jenna is the only survivor of the Miners Bend serial killer. Trying to remember sends her down a dark path of lust and danger. Now Detective Joseph Morgan needs to not only save her from the memories of her past, but from a killer who’s determined to stop her before she remembers too much!

He took seven before her. Seven died. Jenna Daggert is the first survivor to escape the Miners Bend Woman Snatcher, yet she has no memory of her captivity. As everyone else urges her to remember, one faceless man is determined to keep her silent. Forever.

Deputy Joseph Morgan fell for Jenna before he ever met her. And now she’s alive and back in the flesh, and she wants him to be the one to heal her battered soul. But her idea of healing isn’t what he expects. While she leads him down a dark path into lust, he grows intimidated, not sure if he can draw her back into the light and return her to the woman she used to be...or if the Snatcher will strike first.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781595788801
Publisher: Liquid Silver Books
Publication date: 11/14/2011
Series: Snatcher , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 176
File size: 489 KB

About the Author

Miranda lives with her wonderful, Brad Pitt-look-alike husband (hey, they're both blond and blue-eyed), and adorable still-needs-to-learn-the-meaning-of-NO toddler daughter on their spacious corn-field-and-cow-pasture-front property in Kansas. Librarian by day and author by night, she is also published in YA and contemporary mainstream romance under a different pen name.

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Saved From A Killer 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Kendra_Readers_Edyn More than 1 year ago
Good addition to the series, but with minor flaws. ~~~~~~~~ "... I liked that Ms. Stowe back-tracked just a bit into the end of book one to begin this story. While the story can be read out of order, I recommend sticking to the written order for enhanced involvement. I found Joseph’s character endearing: a strong male façade with sensitive and protective tendencies that quickly bond the two. Jenna was likeable as a survivor, but I found her a bit to tough to digest while dealing with the horrors of her kidnapping. I appreciated her will to overcome such a debilitating experience but would have liked to see just a bit more vulnerability...." Review completed for Just Erotic Romance Reviews (JERR) - Please visit their site for the full review. Book provided by JERR. justeroticromancereviews (dot) com