Next to Die
Penny Price dreads the sound of her ringing phone. She's convinced that the person barraging her with threatening calls is a man who got away with murder--her father's. Armed with evidence but branded a target, Penny's only salvation is the playboy nextdoor--Navy SEAL Lieutenant Commander Joe... show more
Penny Price dreads the sound of her ringing phone. She's convinced that the person barraging her with threatening calls is a man who got away with murder--her father's. Armed with evidence but branded a target, Penny's only salvation is the playboy nextdoor--Navy SEAL Lieutenant Commander Joe Montgomery. The sole survivor of the worst disaster in Special Forces history, Joe has been drowning his guilt in a potent mix of alcohol and isolation. Penny refuses to indulge his behavior and a tentative friendship begins, charged with desire. But as her father's killer sets his sights on Penny, all bets are off. The killer will do anything to protect his identity and Joe fears Penny is...NEXT TO DIE.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: August 1st 2007
Pages no: 352
Edition language: English
, Contemporary Romance
, Romantic Suspense
Series: SEAL Team 12 (#4)
This one came a little out of left field for me - it was only right at the end when I "got" the link from previous books.Penny is a physical therapist who lives next door to Joe, an LT in the SEALs. Joe is the sole survivor of a terrible tragedy in Afghanistan where somewhere in the region of 20 sol...
A good romantic suspense with plenty of exciting action and an enjoyable secondary romance. I really liked the heroines humanity and how she reached out to everyone. SEAL Commander Joe comes home from a terrible mission to find his neighbor Navy Lt Penny has taken care of his cat.
Really liked this book. It was interesting to see the relationship between the hero and heroine progress. While the heroine had a whole 'unrequited lust/love' thing going on, the hero initially hardly noticed her despite being her neighbor for a while.Once the heroine's sister moved in and saw what ...
Sweet, on the verge of being too sugary. I loved the supporting characters even more than the main ones.