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Trouble by Linda Howard
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Feb 20, 11

bookshelves: action, hero, kidnapping, military, mystery, romance, selflessness
Read from February 15 to 20, 2011

Linda Howard delivers again! In Trouble, there are two stories told, but reoccuring characters in both. In the first half, Grant Sullivan is hired to rescue a socialite, but she is not what he expects. The danger gets closer and closer, so do Grant and Jane. Action packed from beginning until end...

In the second half, Kell Sabin is on a month vacation, until somebody decides to put him permanetly on vacation. Almost dead, he wshed up on shore to be rescued by the young widow, Rachel Jones. She sees more than the average civilian, and for reasons that aren't perfectly clear to her, she doesn't report the mans sudden appearance...or the bullet holes in him. She nurses him back to health knowing he'll leave her as soon as he's able...Kell knows too much and too many people would love to get their hands on him. He keeps everyone at arms length, more for their protection than his.

The book is action packed, exciting, humorous and heartwarming at times. Great read!!

Ursula Gorman- Author of Old Acquaintances
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