Sandra Brown | August 2014 | 409 pp
I typically relish Browns leading men and heroines. I even look away when motives are thin…but, non-existent or absurd? Thats even a stretch for me.
Emory is a pediatrician, marathon runner, and in a troubled marriage with Jeff. On the eve of her traveling to a remote, snow covered mountain to train for an upcoming marathon, the two have a huge argument and leave things ‘up in the air’. At this point, Im thinking Emory is the jerk, since her husband thought the idea of running on a remote snow covered mountain, ahead of a storm, was ridiculous as the rest of us. Its too bad because as she’s running that afternoon, she’s hit in the head and kidnapped. She wakes up in a remote cabin with strange man.
The mystery man wont give his name and claims he has no way…
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