A terrorized young mother and her secret child return home, where a killer awaits…
She’s alive! Vincente Delaney has finally found his girlfriend, Beth Wade, who disappeared a year and a half ago, alive. But he’s shocked to discover someone with her: their child, a little girl he never knew about! Once upon a time, lone wolf Vincente never expected forever with Beth, but now he must put everything on the line to protect her and their family.
Beth was forced to leave Vincente to protect everything she held dear. But now the threat to her loved ones’ lives has reared its ugly head again. As danger approaches, she and Vincente must delve into her past to cast out the darkness jeopardizing their future.
About the Author
Jane writes paranormal romance for Harlequin Nocturne and thrillers for Harlequin Romantic Suspense. She lives in England and loves to travel to European cities which are steeped in history and romance. Venice, Dubrovnik and Vienna are among her favourites. Jane is married to a lovely man and mum to two grown up children.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Romantic Whodunit. Vincente Delaney’s search is finally over. He’s the one that informs us of a mystery that surrounds the town of Stillwater. Makes me wonder what I’ve missed by not reading the first two books. But in no way do you need to read them in order to enjoy this one. Bethany “Beth” Wade left everything she knew in order to start over. With her are two possible cutie patooties. One would be her daughter, Lia, and the other would be her dog, Melon. They make it tough sometimes to focus on what occurred in Beth’s past that is affecting her future. You start to want to see more of those two but our author is good about getting us back on track. The story revolves around a group of people that have a common love of climbing. Personally it made me glad that I’m afraid of heights. I’m happy that there are people that don’t have that phobia but I’ll be one that cheers from the safety of the ground. Sometimes I like the idea of setting the mood when reading but in this case I want my feet firmly on the ground. It was a book where you won’t have any trouble putting it down – but not for long. You’ll want to pick it back up again because you’ll want to see if something gets revealed or if our couple acts on the heat that is being rekindled. Sometimes we need to power down and get off all the electronics and I found I enjoyed holding a physical copy of this book. It forces you to sit back and just read. Plus I got to use one of the many bookmarks that have been collecting in my living room. If you had the electronic version you could, in a way, go about your business and read the book at the same time. But I don’t want that here. This book reminds me why I’d be a lousy detective – I’m never able to figure out the mystery. But one thing I do know is that this story is a good addition to the Harlequin brand. I was not compensated nor was I required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own.