- File Size: 447 KB
- Print Length: 223 pages
- Publisher: Carina Press (May 16, 2011)
- Publication Date: May 16, 2011
- Sold by: Harlequin Digital Sales Corp.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B004T4LBMY
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Not Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #495,667 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Endless Night was gifted to me from a friend who read it and said " Oh Alice would love this author". She knows exactly what type of mysteries I love.
This story is about Megan who left town a year ago and is hiding away in a safe place in Victory Cove because she thinks she is being hunted by a murderer. Along comes Jake who is searching for information about his relatives and travels to Victory Cove to get some answers. He appears at the house Megan is living in because that is the address that was given to him to find some answers of his own past. As soon as Jake knocks on the door in a terrible storm , Megan doesn't have a clue if Jake has been sent to kill her and doesn't want him to get into the house. I'll let you read the book to see what happens.
I love Megan as she is a very strong woman who has thought through every minute detail of how to protect herself from danger. She is a very intelligent, clever, lovable and funny at times woman.
Jake is also a very intelligent man who doesn't have one single clue at how his life is going to change once he knocks on Megans door.
This is a great mystery/romance story, I am not a reader who likes explicit romantic stories which this is not, this is a light romance and just the way Maureen A.Miller describes the way Jake and Megan look into each other's eyes tells a story of its own. Amazing talent Ms. Miller.Read more ›
Megan Summers is the recluse that lives alone at Wakefield House in the small town of Victory Cove. She rents the large victorian house nestled on an isolated cliff far from town and only has minimal contact with the local residents. Her cover story is that she is an author and likes her privacy, but the truth is she is a frightened young woman running from a terrible secret.
Jake Grogan has received a mysterious letter telling him to find his birth grandmother Estelle. He has always wanted to know about his birth parents and his search leads him to Wakefield House and Megan. When a storm traps Jake at the house, he and Megan are forced together and that's when the story takes off. Megan's fear of strangers is palpable and Ms. Miller is a master storyteller allowing the reader to feel Megan's every tremble. It is the way that Jake handles Megan, her nightly demons and secrets, that draw you in. As the secrets are unfolded, Megan and Jake slowly learn to trust each other and that's where the story shines.
The suspense and romance are blended so seamlessly in this story. One moment the reader is enjoying a tender moment between these two when a shrieking alarm goes off to remind us that there is evil lurking outside ready to pounce. Who is Megan afraid of? Will Jake find his birth mother? Will they survive the raging nor'easter that threatens to tear Wakefield House off its foundation? The ending to this story is a page turner--just when you think you've got it all figured out, Ms. Miller throws another curve at you. If you enjoy romantic suspense stories, ENDLESS NIGHT should be at the top of your TBR list. Recommended.
Megan and Jake are very likable characters and they felt real. I liked that the author used both of their points of view so that as the reader you know much more than either one and can see how easy you can make mistakes when you only have certain information.
I loved that the ending was not what I thought it was going to be. I was actually a little afraid I was going to get there and be disappointed. Nope. Satisfying ending.
I'm also very intrigued about the possibility of faking a D cell battery with a C and three quarters...anyone know if this is true? Of course, I rarely use either but still intriguing!
Megan Summers is a wonderful heroine - sharp, funny and brave, the sort of girl you'd love to have as a best friend. Maureen Miller creates a wonderful setting around the remote village with weather so temperamental you can feel the wind in your hair and the rain on your face. And then there's the wonderfully strong and capable, utterly gorgeous Jake Grogan...
I loved this book! Highly recommended for all lovers of romantic suspense.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Easy read, kept my interest, and enjoyed the characters. The murder plot was sort of boring and dry, could have been written a bit more interesting, other than that I enjoyed it.Published 19 months ago by Karen Burgess
I enjoyed this book from start to finish. I definitely recommend this book to everyone.
I would rate more books but you want too many words. This will be my last rating!
I thought it started a little slow, but I couldn't stop reading it and I am glad I kept reading. You will be too.Published 20 months ago by Dottie
As with any author there is always a book of theirs that you may not like. That was the case here. Normally I love this authors books. Read morePublished on July 27, 2013 by Cindy O
I loved reading Maureen A. Miller's 'Endless Night.' Who can resist a spooky old house, endless dark stormy nights, a bad guy who is really bad, and a romance that just has to... Read morePublished on June 23, 2013 by T. Heyer
I really enjoyed this book. It grabbed me from page 1 and didn't let go. The mystery in the prologue was just amazing, and it intrigued me enough to keep reading until the very... Read morePublished on October 4, 2012 by UT-Book-Lady
This was another great book by Maureen A. Miller! It was full of suspense and romance. I like how the romance is throughout the book - sometimes the little kisses or looks at one... Read morePublished on May 26, 2012 by Amy (So Many Reads)
It must be so hard to write a romantic thriller these days and create a new twist in the plot! There are only so many ways a man and a woman can meet, become conflicted, solve the... Read morePublished on March 3, 2012 by Diana M. Hockley
I really enjoyed the atmosphere of this novel. The heroine is gutsy and smart, and the hero is someone I could easily fall in love with. Read morePublished on September 28, 2011 by T Anderson