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Snow Job Paperback – September 28, 2015
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From the Author
NY Divorce Lawyer Sara Lindquist steps out of her office to clear her head on Tuesday at lunch. She finds herself sitting on the ground with Jim, an ex-army medic, turned park ranger standing over her, offering assistance. She soon realizes that she's no longer in NY, but in Colorado, and Tuesday is long gone.
Jim's team, all guys he's served with, jump in to try and help her out, but they soon realize that she has stepped into something bigger than any of them had imagined.
Someone has it in for her, and she can't figure out who or why, but as shots ring out and things heat up, she's now running for her life. Sarah finds herself dodging bullets, crawling through dirt filled tunnels and acting as bait for the bad guys.
The mere mention of blood has her stomach doing flip-flops, but she has to harness her inner strength to not save Jim when he is shot.
As the story progresses, Jim and Sarah have no choice but to trust one another with their lives, and we find a bond forming between the mismatched pair. Is this bond strong enough to bring them together in the end?
About the Author
All her life, Debbie has spun stories in her mind, watching the characters come to life. After working as a nurse, teacher, martial arts instructor, artist, and CIC officer in the Canadian military, her life reads like a story itself. Since graduating from the Institute of Children’s Literature, she is finally devoting herself to writing these stories down and taking us all on a ride we won’t quickly forget.
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When I read about Sarah waking up in the middle of nowhere out in the Colorado Rockies, I felt like it was happening to me. From that point on, the book was a page turner and having to put it down to tend to "real life" was anything but easy.
The characters in this book are incredibly well developed and memorable. The details and personalities of each of them adds to the story and makes it all the more complex.
The story itself is one of suspense with a good mystery thrown in. From the first pages until the end, Debbie has created an amazing tale that kept me wondering what was going on. Who's trying to kill Sarah? Why are they targeting her?
By the end, you're left with a book that you'd happily pick up and read again. This is one of those books I can see made into an action/suspense movie in the future.
Well done, Debbie!
Debbie Brown has written an action-filled, quick read that has several engaging elements woven together. Snow Job includes suspense, mystery and romance, so it has something for just about everyone. Sarah is a likable character and I found myself anxious to find out who was trying to kill her and why. The author’s writing is light and breezy, which made me read through this book quickly. Yet, the story is nicely developed and well executed.
eBook Review Gal received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.
The story had a good mixture of suspense and romance, it reminded me of something you’d read from one of Harlequin’s novels. I loved the relationship between Sarah and Jim because they were opposites. Sarah is a lawyer, whose main focus is work and at times she can be uptight. Meanwhile, Jim’s a tough ex-military soldier turned park ranger, who tends to have a Zen lifestyle. My favorite moments in the book are when he’s cooking healthy meals, which she isn’t accustomed to. The author did a good job of gradually having the couple fall in love instead of rushing it.
The suspense aspect of the book was great. The author created moments that left you wondering if the attackers were going to coming to get Sarah and if Jim would be able to help her. At the beginning of the novel, the pace moved a bit slow for me, but once the setting moved to New York and Sarah returned to work, that’s when the action kicked in and the answers were revealed. The revelation of Sarah’s attacker and their reason for their actions, it seemed a little far-fetched, yet I thought it was a good way to wrap up that part of the story.
As for the ending of the story, I like what happens with Jim and Sarah. Yet, there were other things that I thought were left unanswered. For instance, it was never mentioned what happened to the outcome of the case Sarah was working on or what happened to her attackers. Sarah did talk about what she think would happen, but we never knew the actual outcome. I would’ve liked to have seen some closure on that end with just a few sentences of what happened.
While I enjoyed the book, I was a bit disappointed with the ending and the unanswered questions. Aside from that, it was a good story and if you’re a fan of romantic suspense novels, I recommend Snow Job.