Into The Fire (MIRA)
Jamie Kincaid knows that she can't move on with her life until she has answers. And she's walking straight into the fire to find them. A year ago Jamie learned that her beloved cousin, Nate, had been killed. Beaten to death in what police suspect was a drug deal gone wrong, he was found by his... show more
Jamie Kincaid knows that she can't move on with her life until she has answers. And she's walking straight into the fire to find them. A year ago Jamie learned that her beloved cousin, Nate, had been killed. Beaten to death in what police suspect was a drug deal gone wrong, he was found by his childhood friend Dillon Gaynor. Dillon had always been the baddest of the bad boys, leading Nate astray, about Nate's death. He's not about to volunteer any information, and Jaime's only choice is to head to the Wisconsin town where he lives to find the answers for herself. Jamie shows up unannounced on Dillon's doorstep, only to find that Dillon is as dangerous and seductive as she remembers. But despite his silky hostility, she discovers that she can't leave. Things start disappearing, strange accidents begin to happen and Jamie doesn't know whether Dillon is trying to seduce her or scare her away. And if she gives in to his predatory games, will she lose her soul? Or her life? But something else -- something evil and threatening -- is going on. And Dillon knows more that he's saying. Is he the one behind the strange threats. . . or is he Jamie's only chance for survival?
Format: Mass Market
Publish date: August 1st 2003
Pages no: 384
Edition language: English
There are some great moments in this story but there's also a heroine who is almost too stupid to live and a hero who has to angst over everything regularly and who believes that good sex will overcome rape trauma. Yeah. There were times when I wanted to yell at the author for some of the leaps o...
Hmm. What to say about this one that won't alienate every Anne Stuart fan out there (and don't get me wrong, I am a HUGE fan). **deep breath** Here goes.Anne Stuart is an excellent writer. She can create an atmosphere, tone, whatever you want to call it like few romance authors out there. I don...
from bookmooch, tks Aneca