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Perfect for fans of Karen Rose. Sean Flynn should feel lucky he’s alive.
Hide from Evil by Jami Alden (Paperback / softback)
But a betrayal by a close friend – and two years on death row – has left him feeling only numb. His conviction overturned, Sean retreats to a quiet cabin where he tries to forget the past. But then she shows up.
Deputy Prosecuting Attorney Krista Slater can’t forgive herself for convicting an innocent man. But when another brutal murder reveals chilling, new facts about his case, she must turn to Sean for help. Shadowed by danger, and trying to resist the unexpected passion flaring between them, Sean and Krista uncover a twisted maze of deception under the gaze of a cunning mastermind who will do whatever it takes to keep his evil secrets safe.
Kindle Editionpages. Published October 1st by Headline Eternal first published January 1st Sean FlynnKrista Slater. Seattle, Washington United States. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
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The book had great potential and the story would be fantastic. But, Krista was so stupid that after some point I couldn’t even finish the book. It’s hard for me to even imagine how Sean could ever fall for her when every word she spoke made me want to slap her. Adda rated it did not like it Jul 14, Chris rated it did not like it Feb 07, Aprilyn rated it did akden like it Feb 06, Christopher rated hise did not like it Apr 18, Mjanes rated it did not like it Oct 19, Uy rated it did not like it Oct 22, Odyssi rated it did not like it Sep 26, Hie rated it did not like it Jun 25, Lyana rated it did not like it May 11, Amina Mamela rated it did not like it Jun hidr, Margaret Haskett rated it did not like it Aug 26, Kileyyclark rated it did not like it Sep 01, Carolina rated it did not like it May 19, Yasmin Mamdouh rated it did not like it Sep hids, Lucinda rated it did not like it Sep 22, Natalie rated it did not like it Jan 01, Rajeev rated it did not like it Oct 26, Kathy Iglar rated it did not like it Jan 07, Dina Aldne rated it did not like it Dec 28, Raf rated it did not like it Jun 12, Apple rated it did not like it Feb 07, Christine rated it did not like it Jan 31, Tonya Price rated it did not like it Sep 21, Pam Sutherland rated it did not like it Sep 03, Aria rated it did not like it Fro 21, Julie Folse rated it did not like it May 19, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
Like so many romance readers, my first romance novel was by Kathleen Woodiwiss – The Flame and the Flower, to be exact. I spent the next month working my way through her entire back list.
Shortly thereafter I discovered Judith McNaught, Johanna Lindsey, Karen Robards, Catherine Coulter, Shirlee Busbee among others, and devoured their lavish historical epics full of overbearing alpha males and the women who brought them to their knees.
My high school teachers marveled at my ability to read romance novels under the desk and still score straight A’s. I started to imagine myself, living in a cabin in the hode somewhere, writing romance novels.
It took me quite awhile to pursue my dream. After fgom from Stanford with a degree in English Literature, I worked in a variety of soul sucking admin jobs before I began my career in marketing.
It wasn’t exactly my dream job, but at least my writing appeared on several web sites and in many software marketing brochures. Unfortunately I wasn’t able to fit the phrase “and her loins melted like hot wax” into any of them. During my stint as the world’s surliest receptionist, I took my first stab at writing. The result was a very melodramatic western historical which reads like a bad Elizabeth Lowell rip off.
Its currently languishing on my hard drive, forever stuck on page Then in fall I had uami incredible stroke of luck and got laid off from my marketing job.
I decided it was time to stop saying I wanted to be a writer and to actually give it a serious go. Fortunately my husband, a socially well adjusted alpha male, is a very generous patron of the arts. Four years later, I sold my first book and I’m pretty much living the dream of getting paid to write romance. I don’t live in a cabin in the mountains, uide I do live in a rural-ish town near San Francisco hey, we have deer and bunnies in our yard, along with the occasional coyote with my husband, sons, and two dogs who patiently listen to my dialogue and help me work out plot points.
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