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Why was she a target?Merci Carson doesn't have a clue—but she knows she owes her life to the quiet man who roared to her rescue in his snowmobile. EMT Nathan McCormick is used to handling challenging situations, but between the unexpected blizzard that stranded the lovely student and the desperate men chasing her, he has his hands full. Yet for Nathan, failure is not an op...more
Paperback, 224 pages
Published July 3rd 2012 by Love Inspired (first published January 1st 2012)
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 Gigi Ann
Why was she the target?

Marci Carson doesn't have a clue~~but she knows she owes her life to the quiet man who roared to her rescue in his snowmobile. EMT Nathan McCormick is used to handling challenging situations, but between the unexpected blizzard that stranded the lovely student and the desperate men chasing her, he has his hands full. Yet for Nathan, failure is not an option. Merci's bravery and kindness challenge his guarded heart, bringing every protective instinct forward and making him...more
Laura
Title: ZERO VISIBILITY
Author: Sharon Dunn
Publisher: Love Inspired Suspense
July 2012
ISBN: 978-0373083183
Genre: Romantic suspense

Why was she a target?

Merci Carson doesn’t have a clue—but she knows she owes her life to the quiet man who roared to her rescue in his snowmobile. EMT Nathan McCormick is used to handling challenging situations, but between the unexpected blizzard that stranded the lovely student and the desperate men chasing her, he has his hands full. Yet for Nathan, failure is not an...more
Melanie
Review on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/review/R2IOZ1E5...
Review on my blog (to be posted 4/4): http://christianbookshelfreviews.blog...

Zero Visibility was a nice read, though not one of my favorite Love Inspired Suspense books. The story was interesting and kept my attention, but I didn't really care for the writing - it seemed to repeat things needlessly and just wasn't that crisp. Also, some things didn't seem that believable to me.

The characters were fine. I liked the attraction between Nath...more
E.S. Lehman
I did like the book, yet, it was the strangest writing. The author seems to be hooked on absolute perfect grammar. Not that there's anything wrong with that, but it just doesn't work in fiction sometimes. I mean, she seems to be afraid of contractions in dialogue, which makes the rapport seem robot-like. She also does a lot of telling, and we all know what that leads to. It's an endless discussion between monotone machines. I get the feeling she writes on Microsoft Word and listens to every litt...more
Kelly_Instalove
First impressions: Zero tension, zero chemistry. But lots and lots of o_0 moments. This book is sponsored by the Department of Very Convenient Coincidences.
Ashley Dawn
I enjoyed this book. Merci is just trying to get home to her aunt for the school break. Finals stunk and someone breaking into her place wasn't what she needed. Since her car broke down, she caught a ride with an acquaintance and they got stuck in the snow on the side of the road. Thinking they were being rescued by two somewhat creepy men, everything changes when guns are pulled and a stranger rushes in to save their lives. Merci and Nathan have to fight for their lives and their attraction is...more
Lorie
This is my first book by Sharon Dunn and I must say I was really impressed! This is also my second love Inspired Suspense and I have to say both were wonderful! I will definitely be on the lookout for more by this author and more Love Inspired Suspense.

In Zero Visibility Merci Carlson wants to go visit her aunt over her college spring break and decides to accept a ride with Lorelei, a girl she knew from a class she took. Merci thought she was nice to offer her a ride home. As they are on their...more
Rhonda
Review: Zero Visibility by Sharon Dunn
4 STARS I liked this fast paced book. I had many start and stop on this book because my town was evacuated for fire. I had to take my kindle. I liked the characters especially Nathan & Merci. Merci is putting herself through collage. She works for 1 year and than does a year of collage and than over again to work. Her parents are not going to be in the country for her break. She failed a class & her car broke down the week before school was out. She...more
IrenesChristianReviews
What an action filled story! This is a great suspense story with a touch of romance. The author is an excellent writer and wrote this story to perfection!

This story finds the main characters dealing with issues during a snowstorm. The suspense is well written and will have you on the edge of your seat. The interaction of the characters is believable and easy to read. The whole book flows well and is a fun read.

I gave this book 5/5 stars. I liked the suspense of the main characters meeting. I li...more
Ausjenny
First thanks to Netgalley for my review copy.

What can I say this is my first book by Sharon and WOW. I was going to read one chapter before bed but at 2 am in the morning the book was finished. The first paragraph hooked me and there was no way I could put this book down. I needed to know what next would Merci and Nathan be safe, What about her friend who was with her in the car, why where they being chased. Merci is on her way to visit her Aunt for Spring break and sharing a ride with a fellow...more
Wendy Sparkes
Merci Carson’s car broke down just before she was due to visit her aunt in Oregon. A fellow student from the Montana State University, Lorelei Frank, has offered to take her. Only now on an icy covered mountain road in Idaho, Lorelei loses control of the car & they end up off the road, wedged in the snow. Merci is wary of the 2 men who are passing in their car offering help, but with no cell service Lorelei is eager for their help. But instead of helping with the car, Merci discovers them ri...more
Erik Lehman
I did like the book, yet, it was the strangest writing. The author seems to be hooked on absolute perfect grammar. Not that there's anything wrong with that, but it just doesn't work in fiction sometimes. I mean, she seems to be afraid of contractions in dialogue, which makes the rapport seem robot-like. She also does a lot of telling, and we all know what that leads to. It's an endless discussion between monotone machines. I get the feeling she writes on Microsoft Word and listens to every litt...more
Laura AKA Loves 2 Read Romance
Merci Carson has a target on her back but she has no idea why. All she knows is that she owes her life to Nathan McCormick. As an EMT Nathan is use to handling challenging situations. However he never expected to find himself caught in a blizzard with a lovely student that has some pretty desperate men after her. Merci and Nathan grow close as they face the challenges around them. But if they don't figure out why the men are after her they might not make it out of the mountains alive.

The story o...more
Megan
Let me start off by saying that suspense is not my favorite genre in the first place, but I do like to read it every now and again. That being said, Zero Visibility was not an enjoyable read for me. The suspense was just not there, everything was just so predictable.

I thought it ridiculous how every time something was needed they knew exactly where to find it.

The romance, if you can call it that, was just way too quick in my opinion. They have just barely met and they are kissing each other and...more
June
I totally loved this story. It was fast paced and kept my attention. Merci Carson is just minding her own business, going to visit her aunt. Suddenly pandemonium breaks out and everything is just happening at the same time without a chance for anyone to figure out what is going on. The easy relationship that builds between Nathan and herself was nice.

The reuniting of Nathan's relationship with his brother was a little strange to me though. I was suspicious of Daniel and wasn't really sure what...more
Rachel
This was a well-written and entertaining suspense novel. I did think the romance element was rather far-fetched, which dropped it to 3 stars for me. It was a fast and fun read.
Carolyn E
I enjoyed this story. It had just the right mix of suspense and budding romance with some Christian religious references mixed in. It is suspenseful, romantic, and clean, as has been true of all of the "Love Inspired Suspense" books that I have read. I have loved all of them, and would recommend them to everyone.
Rebecca Herwaldt
the story was really suspenseful and kept me interested but I did not like the narration. Too much he's and she's for my taste but pretty good story overall
Brooke (i blog 4 books)
This was an okay read for me. The story had a great premise, but a lot of the action seemed over-the-top and too unbelievable. [2.5 stars]

I received a free copy of this book from the publisher through Net Galley in exchange for my fair and honest review.
John Hanscom
Usually, I don't like a book such as this, as, ultimately, it was one "car chase" after another, and there were alternative ways to resolve matters. However, this book grabbed me, and I found it exciting and compelling.
Rachel
There was lots of action almost to the point of being too much. They were constantly on the run and in danger. It got to be a little much. The writing seemed a little choppy too. For me, this book was just ok.
Donita Corman
This book had me from the fisrt page.I loved the visuals she portrayed in the story because I felt like I was right there in the midst of the action.Mystery and romance are also included
Nina
Good book, could not put it down from the minute I starting reading it. One action scene after another from chapter one to the very end. Great read.
Jill
I could almost feel the cold as I read the book.
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After 26 years of marriage Sharon's beloved husband Michael passed away in 2014. Together they had a life filled with adventure, laughter and unconditional love. She considers herself blessed to have been loved that way. She now lives with three nearly grown children, a nervous border collie and two cats.

Her love for mystery and suspense began in the fifth grade, when she found a whole set of Nan...more
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