On the day Lieutenant Nate Ryland's baby daughter is kidnapped, he finds hope in the most surprising of allies: Darcy Burkhart, a woman he never thought - never wanted - to see again. But Darcy's son has also been taken and there's nothing that will keep them from bringing their children home. Unfortunate...more
NATE's story especially resona ...more
Fossen keeps the pace running ...more
Darcy, and Nate knew each other from sparing in the court room. Darcy was the defending lawyer, and Nate was the lawman that wanted the slim he arrest put behind bars.
The story starts out intense. Darcy's son, and Nate's daughter was kidnapped from their preschool. The enemy lines started to blur as the two had to work together to find the kids. They may have been enemy's in the court room ...more
I was also slightly disappointed in the lack of engagement with the heroine's job as a defense attorney. I thought ...more
It follows the same kind of plot points as the book before namely that all the Rylands hate the heroine (her crime....she's a defence attorney, although admittedly in the last book she was defending the man responsible for Nate's Wife's murder), but she slowly wins them around.
The book starts with the abduction of the son and daughter of respectively Darcy and Nate. What follows then is the search for the children and solving the mystery of who kidnapped ...more
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USA Today best-selling author, Delores Fossen, has sold over 75 novels with millions of copies of her books in print worldwide. She's received the Booksellers' Best Award for romantic suspense, the Romantic Times Reviewers' Choice Award and was a finalist for the prestigious Rita . Her books have been featured in Woman's Day magazine and Vogue. I ...more