It's an excellent story, great drama, great mystery, Great romance, Great characters. Captain Ava Alfarsi has just been promoted. This might have been a more believable scenario if Ian and Leanna had decided together instead of just bringing Robbie into the bedroom and letting her decide. Airline Captain Kerri Sullivan has a perfect life. Quinn skillfully took the characters through a maze of decisions and actions, making them hostages to their hearts and souls as well as the past and future. It of course molds her into the woman she is now. In a race against time, can they survive a killer who is willing to use anything—even love—to further his own agenda? So I took my usual and comfort zone.
It holds you hostage, willing you to make decisions and or sacrifices that may or may not be wise. Everything in her carefully structured life begins to change when she meets her newest intern, the disconcertingly beautiful Dr. But as the search for the killer intensifies, both women find themselves struggling with an unexpected and undeniably mutual attraction. Hunter goes through a horrific ordeal as a teenager that she is unable to truly get over. What did you love best about Hostage Moon? But her carefully structured world starts to fall apart when a serial killer connected to her past emerges from the shadows and begins stalking her. The same ordeal smashes into her present life and she is forced to deal with it and a serial killer who is hell bent on killing her.
Hunter Roswell thought she had left her past behind. Everything can change in a heartbeat. I haven't tried something from this genre for a very long time. So after I got back from Wonderland of Hostage Moon, I was pretty much embarrassed. In such an unchartered land it's difficult knowing who is friend and who is foe. I think it will be a big hit with boys.
In a race against time, can they survive a killer who is willing to use anything—even love—to further his own agenda? And he's picked a target date—the night of October's full moon—also known as the blood moon or hunter's moon. Nothing is more important to her than her budding surgical career as chief surgical resident at Boston City Hospital. After spending years trying, and failing, to please her father, Galen knows getting close enough to care is a recipe for heartbreak. Ian McCray is laird of his clan, a powerful man who does not tolerate crimes against those he has vowed to protect. Yet all she wants is to move beyond the past, a wish made impossible now due to the fact that someone wants her dead. What did you like best about this story? Hunter Roswell is a sharply intelligent woman who gets what she wants.
In the grand tradition of Stein and Hemingway, Gopnik planned to walk the paths of the Tuilleries, to enjoy philosophical discussion in cafes in short, to lead the fabled life of an American in Paris. As work takes them to Australia, Maddie is goaded into a brief, seemingly harmless bet with her enigmatic boss - where they have to tell the complete truth to each other. Rock star Nikki Razer has worked hard to achieve her dreams and she finally has everything she ever wanted—except true love. From the beginning, the settings give insights of the fear of Hunter Roswell, which makes Hostage Moon different from many I had read. . In the end I have determined that it is not a thriller at all, but a vehicle for a load of lesbians with men's names Hunter, Adrian, Connor to explore their relationships! They have three children, a temperamental cat named Poot, and are lucky enough to live on a beautiful lake. I was reading this for like three days.
Soon details of the murder begin to surface, and the secret life of a well-loved priest is exposed. When they finally have a chance to get things right, danger follows them home from Afghanistan. But if you do like those scenes, you'll still be disappointed. Unfortunately, the characters irked me. The hero, Ian, takes her hostage and takes her back to his castle.
It was a ridiculous story from a police procedural perspective. I try to keep an open mind on all the books that I listen to cause I can not return them. A good reading, straight forward story telling, good inflection, good dramatic pauses, good changing of voice for character. I have read this book several times already and of course recommend it to others readers. There are so many things that doesn't work in this book that it's difficult to choose where to start. If it had just been an occasional explicit sex scene, I could have fast forwarded through them.
The dangers inherent in their jobs. A sex scandal threatens to erupt and cover-ups are soon revealed as their only suspect is found shot dead - mere hours after the murder. As the pair become closer, Alexis finds herself falling for Catherine, despite knowing that her feelings will never be reciprocated. A transplant from Cuba to Toronto, she juggles the demands of a busy consulting practice with those of her first true love—storytelling—finding time to write mostly late at night or in the wee hours of the morning. None of them are in love apparently, just a lot of lust. Lindsay has tons of ideas that she's been dying to put into action, and this is her big chance to increase the success of the business and prove she's more than ready to run things solo. Sarah,was my favorite, I liked they way she tried to be professional, yet knew she was falling for Hunter.
Living half in past and present. She likes women close - but not too close. Oh dear - what a disappointment. So then we have the characters, Hunter is described as a super genius and yet at no point is she actually written as one. It also makes you wonder why Hunter, who is portraid as picky and hasnt had a relationship for 10 years, falls so helplessly in love with her, I'm about to finish it and its been enjoyable. Wilder is supposed to provide her subject with support as the killer stalks her.
When the grasping Baron Frankton unfairly takes his uncle prisoner, he decides to use the lovely Leanna as bait, determined to seek vengeance. To catch the killer they must learn to work together, but their attraction blurs the lines between professional and personal. I highly recommend this book. Only one thing is missing—a woman to share it with. Frankie just wants to locate the murder suspect and prove her worth, but Evan seems determined to block her. I tell you that because in this book there is not an ounce of investigative skills. On her fourteenth birthday, however, everything changes.