Kate Jennings is running for her life when she meets a wealthy businessman. A whirlwind courtship follows, and they become engaged. When she moves to his home a week before their nuptials, everything begins to unravel. Has she traded one desperate situation for another?
Josh Collins, a budding film producer, visits a classmate's home for a brief holiday. He's put off by the excessive partying and wild lifestyle. When Kate shows up, he's attracted but soon discovers she's engaged to his friend's father.
The author serves up a romance with a healthy dose of suspense. This one had me hyperventilating. Like several of the stories I've read recently, this one is part of a contemporary romance collection.
5 Stars. :)
Writers and Readers: What was the last novel you read and in what genre? Please share why you selected it.
Sounds interesting, Susan. Thanks for the review. I just finished MaryAnn Diorio's The Madonna of Pisano. I'd won it in a giveaway. It was very good, an interesting tale of forgiveness and redemption. Now, I'm beginning to read Julie Klassen's newest book. That's promising to be good as well. Picked that up on Amazon with SB gift card. :) Blessings to you!
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