When a mother's love meets a father's instinct
Ex-marine Adam Dalton once dreamed of a life with Hadley O'Sullivan, but war and a near-fatal injury cost him dearly. Now he returns to Dallas to discover the unthinkableHadley is the prime suspect in the disappearance of her twin baby girls the daughters he never knew he had.
Beyond Hadley's terror of having her children kidnapped is the shock of seeing Adam. Yes, she had kept him from his daughters, but now, when he insists they work together as a united front, she knows she is still in love with him. Despite their past, finding their children is their only hope to finally becoming a familyif time doesn't run out first.
|Series:||Harlequin Intrigue Series , #1426|
|Product dimensions:||4.36(w) x 6.50(h) x 0.64(d)|
About the Author
Joanna began her professional writing career in 1994. Now, almost forty published books later, Joanna has made a name for herself as being on the cutting edge of romantic suspense. She currently resides in a small community forty miles north of Houston, Texas. Joanna loves hearing from readers and you can email her at firstname.lastname@example.org or write her at PO Box 852, Montgomery, TX 77356.
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Hott Synopsis: Every mothers worst fears are realized the morning Hadley wakes up to find her twin daughters missing from their beds. Now, the lead detective starts making noises about Hadley being a suspect. Is he even serious? Hadley can barely function from fear and she’s the only person he can think to pin the blame on? In walks the man of her dreams and her daughters’ unknowing father to further place suspicion firmly on Hadley’s head. Can this house of cards she’s built hold up under the strain or will this kidnapping mean the end of all of Hadley’s dreams. Hott Review: What I liked:I loved the book. It was fun, there was great suspense. I really enjoyed Hadley & Adam. I will definitely read this again. However, … What I didn’t like: There were some very odd maybe misplaced elements in this book. First, there were times that I needed to look at the cover again to see if it was Christian Fiction. It wasn’t terrible or frequent but it was noticeable. I also, thought that the story would have worked without the drama of Adam’s father. More… Author: Joanna Wayne Source: Harlequin via Netgalley Grade: A Steam: YA — 16+