Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Nothing To Fear 18+

The following review is for 18+ readers.
Nothing To Fear (Romantic Suspense, #4) 
3 of 5 stars false 
As director of an inner-city woman’s shelter, Dana Dupinsky safeguards many secrets. Some are new identities; some are new addresses; and some are even hidden truths about herself. Passionately dedicated to Hanover House and the women she protects, Dana has always been reluctant to look for love. But now, just as a case puts her and a child in mortal danger, it seems that love has come looking for her.
Security expert Ethan Buchanan learned to stalk men in the Afghan desert. Now he vows to track down the ruthless woman who kidnapped his godson—and falling for Dana is not in the plan. Yet her very presence seems to chase away the ghosts that haunt him, and her skillful evasion of personal questions raises his hunting instincts. For there’s a deadly new secret at Hanover House. A brutal killer is weaving a web of revenge with a stolen boy at its center. And Dana is the next victim on the list…


Ethan is a security expert and when his godson gets kidnapped he sets out to find him, in his search for the boy he meets Dana. Dana is the director of woman's shelter, she not only gives women a safe place she also helps them start new lives. She isn't looking for a relationship, when she meets Ethan she starts to see things differently. Ethan rally like Dana, but he doesn't want to get distracted, he doesn't know that the woman who is looking for has taken shelter in Dana’s house. This was good book; I just didn't feel it had a lot of suspense to it. It seemed to focus more on the relationship between Ethan and Dana, then the mystery of things. The two of them did have good chemistry and their story was interesting. The characters were once again realistic with flaws and hang ups that made them seam like real people. We do get to people from the other books in this series and find out what they are up to, so that was nice. The author has written a good book, but the lack of who done it in this book took away from the story for me. 

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