Sunday, May 16, 2010

Dangerous by Diana Palmer w/ Giveaway

Kilraven is an FBI agent working in a small town of Jacobsville.  His wife and young daughter were brutally murdered years ago and Kilraven won't rest until the perpetrator is behind bars or dead.  Kilraven knows that Winnie has feelings for him but he tries to keep his distance.  He has no business messing with her, she's innocent, and he's a hard man.

Winnie Sinclair had a hard upbringing.  Her mother left her and her siblings to run off with her uncle.  Looking like her mom, her dad took out his grief on her, verbally and physically.  Now, her uncle is dead, and her mom shows up on her doorstep.  She doesn't waste time showing her the door, but her abrupt reappearance is disturbing.

Winnie has feelings for Kilraven and senses his grief and pain; she wants to help him.  Winnie is a 911 Dispatcher so she works with Kilraven time to time and is really hurt when he gives her a cold shoulder.

But when Kilraven's murder investigation brings forth details of Winnie's family that may help him with his case, she helps him.  But along the way, they find love and Winnie helps Kilraven face his demons of the past, to finally come to terms that his family is gone.

This is the first Diana Palmer book that I've read and I know she has written a lot of books! I determined that the characters in this story appeared in previous works as does a few secondary characters, so Diana Palmer fans will be excited! However, the story does stand alone.  It's a heart-wrenching story of loss, love, and suspense.  Ms. Palmer is a master storyteller and it shines through with her writing.  A top-notch romance that will have you crying, laughing and cheering.  Simply Wonderful!


For more information on Diana please visit her website: http://www.dianapalmer.com/



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16 comments:

  1. I'd love to read this :) *Thanks* for the giveaway!
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