Four nail-biting novellas in one!
Nolan Tanner never got over Kallie Ainsworth's sudden, unexplained departure. Now when he comes to her rescue after an attempt on her life, all the old feelings come rushing back.
My thoughts: Sweet! I loved the old feelings flared to life romance, the blended family dynamics, and the long harbored secrets that came to light. I had fun guessing who-dun-it and why--and I was totally wrong, wrong, wrong. Great read.
When professional fundraiser Lillian Maloney sees her father's campaign manager commit murder, she goes on the run from the men he hires to kill her. A close call brings firefighter Jason Tanner to the rescue, but the killer is closing in . . .
My thoughts: This was a fast paced novella. The bad guys were not one step ahead, which made it more realistic. It seemed rather cut and dried, but all was not as it seemed and there were plenty of twists I never saw coming. Great read.
Someone wants Honor McBride dead. When Eli Murphy helps her change a flat tire and discovers the danger Honor is in, he longs to help--but Eli has secrets of his own that could get them all killed.
My thoughts: I think this is the first story I've read where the heroine has five children. Eli and all five of the kids were great and for an abused woman, Honor is spunky though she doesn't always think things through. No big surprises but a good read. I really liked Eli.
When Detective Derek St. John rescues a woman he's met only once before--and has never been able to forget--he finds himself falling for her. But he'll have to keep Claire Montgomery alive if they're to have a future together.
My thoughts: It was great to catch up with members of the St. John family in this fast paced novella. Derek and Claire had a previous connection, so the romance flared. As for who-dun-it, there is a twist but I guessed on the involvement earlier. no surprises. Loved the neighbor "boy".
Overall thoughts: Loved the whole collection. Great for Lynette Eason fans or novella fans. Recommended.
I was given a copy free. All opinions are my own.