Shadows and Light: The Complete Series

Shadows and Light: The Complete Series

by Nancy C Weeks

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781440591976
Publisher: Adams Media
Publication date: 06/01/2015
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 100
Sales rank: 499,609
File size: 4 MB

About the Author

Nancy C. Weeks has loved happy-ever-after romances since she was in her early teens. While still in college, she met and married her hero. She spent the next several years honeymooning and working overseas. Today, she lives in suburban Maryland with her husband of more than thirty years. With her two grown children out of the nest, she loves spending her days on her deck writing as the local bird population keeps her company. Visit her at, or follow her on Facebook or Twitter @NancyCWeeks.

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Shadows and Light: The Complete Series 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
EllenParker More than 1 year ago
Sampled the bundle with "In the Shadow of Pride" Lexie Trevena has enough stress being a single mother to her late husband’s illegitimate son. Two years after the funeral she’s minding her own business when Mac McNeil, FBI special agent, steps back into her life. A simple bank appointment turns into terrifying moments with Lexie as a hostage until she uses self-defense moves drilled into her during her marriage. I enjoyed the blend of action and romance in this story. A weapons capable drone is stolen from the developer and then launched from Lexie’s workstation. This solid base launches multiple situations including Mac’s family, Lexie’s loyal friends and forced close proximity between Lexie and the man she’d love to hate – but discovers much more of the former. I’ll be putting others in this series on my “to be read” stack.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I've always enjoyed stories with family/town/incident connections, especially with a bit of the paranormal tossed in, and this series delivers well on all of the above! My one problem has to do with the editing. It's almost painfully obvious that some sort of speak-to-text software (like Dragon) was used because of all the hominyms (sp?) found throughout the stories. Things like 'passed' for 'past' and 'bale' for 'bail' are real speedbumps that throw my mind out of the story and into the mechanics of the writing. I read to escape my own reality for a while... I love to get "lost" in a good story and resent being forcefully ejected from a tale because either the writer or editor(s) did not take a little time to check the text -- in context!
krb45 More than 1 year ago
Entertaining - one has to be open to strange ideas.