On Sale: January 26, 2010
Featuring: Mitch Braxton; Lisa Vaughn
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In the churning water, she felt her future slipping
Attending a corporate retreat at a remote resort in Alaska,
Lisa Vaughn is plunged into the frigid rapids of the Wild
River. Swept away, battered and alone, she has been left
for dead. But lodge owner Mitch Braxton knows something is
terribly wrong when Lisa fails to turn up for a private
meeting to clear the air and close the book on their broken
Embarking on a heroic search that takes him
miles down river, he saves Lisa from the deadly water, but
not before they've been swept deep into the wilderness.
Far from civilization, the former lovers must put aside
their hurt feelings and find the will to survive. There's
a killer on the loose and, for now, they must measure their
future together in days instead of years.
8 comments posted.
Re: Down River
Karen,'Down River' sounds great. I have loved all your books. It sounds like your travels have been very fruitful. My husband and I hope to travel to Alaska one day.
(Rosemary Krejsa 10:17am January 25, 2010)
I have always considered Alaska as a true natural beauty. A great setting for a book.
(Mary Preston 11:10pm January 25, 2010)
I enjoy Alaska also. I can see how it can become a character in a story.
(Karin Tillotson 10:39am January 26, 2010)
I haven't yet tried any of your contemporary novels, but I certainly enjoyed MISTRESS SHAKESPEARE and the first 3 or 4 Elizabethan series. I've never been to Alaska. In my mind I picture the cold, snowy, winter weather of Manitoba and the mountains of the Alps. I certainly hope I'll be able to go to Alaska sometime.
(Sigrun Schulz 10:52pm January 26, 2010)
Our next cruise is to Alaska-
(Lisa Richards 12:41pm January 27, 2010)
book sounds very interesting. would love to read it
(Kathy Weber 9:20pm February 28, 2010)
Loved the review! Have to read this one. Sounds like my kind of reading.
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