- File Size: 477 KB
- Print Length: 256 pages
- Publisher: Silhouette Intimate Moments (March 21, 2011)
- Publication Date: March 21, 2011
- Sold by: Harlequin Digital Sales Corp.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B004R1QACK
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,692,372 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Rosie finds a man who's been gunshot and the missing child, Annmarie. As the past comes rushing back, Rosie must protect this beloved child from an incredibly dangerous situation. The child's mother Lily witnessed a murder linked to the mob, and they will stop at nothing to prevent her from testifying. Lily had been adamant that her sister Rosie would keep Annmarie safe. Lily's neighbor and friend Ian Stearne was bringing Annmarie to Rosie at Kantrovich Island, Alaska when he realized they were being followed. Now both Rosie and Ian must work together so they all can all stay alive until the Lily testifies.
Ian's past haunts him. He can't forget the night he got one of his brothers killed. Fifteen years of hell and he's still not welcome in his mother's home. And now something about Rosie, with her delicate floral tattoo wrapped around her wrist, brings back old memories in only a few minutes. But she also brings healing, and acceptance, even in the midst of terrible danger. As he learns her painful secrets, his loving acceptance extends healing to Rosie as well. Together Ian and Rosie find love in the midst of danger, joy in the midst of fear.
Award winning author Sharon Mignerey once again demonstrates her superb talent in her newest thriller, TOO CLOSE FOR COMFORT. Memorable characters, unusual background, and a tightly knit plot provide excellent entertainment. I confess to liking characters that present themselves as ordinary people -- yes, Ian's wealthy, but because he bought a winning lottery ticket not because he inherited family money. And he has a wicked past, running with gangs as a teen. Rosie's secrets likewise make her sympathetic and all that much more human. Her power and strength, despite her vulnerabilities, touched my emotions deeply. Further, I couldn't help feeling that these two deserve happiness, as does the remarkable child they protect. Even the dog Sly, short for Sly Devious Beast, is a lot of fun! Very highly recommended.
Action. Adventure. Betrayal. Danger. Sensual love scenes that will leave the reader sighing with emotion.
The final chapters alone are worth the price. The frustrating yet all too realistic circumstances that keep Rosie and Ian apart, just when the bad guys are closing in, will have the reader itching to skip ahead to find out how it all ends. The tension is exquisite. The growing yet hesitant love for each other true to life.
As an added bonus, Mignerey provides just enough description of Alaska's Inward Passage that the weather and each locale become integral elements of the story. She makes it easy for the reader to imagine what it's like to take to the sea, to explore an uninhabited rain-swept island, to be pursued through a night-darkened forest, and to search the streets of Juneau for the one person you can no longer live without.
This is Sharon Mignerey at her best.
The inside passageway of Alaska is the setting for this page-turning romantic suspense and the author had me believing I was right there.
Sharon Mignerey is definately on my list of must read authors. I can't wait to pick up her next project!
If you haven't bought this book, do so now! You won't be disappointed.
Sharon Mignerey is such a great writer. Easy to read, but hard to skip any piece of information she shoots your way. The blending of background, heritage and gut-wrenching emotion is perfect.
Don't miss any of her books.