Secret Mountain Hideout
Harlequin Love Inspired Suspense
On Sale: January 1, 2020
Featuring: Ashley Willis; Chase Fredrick
Mass Market Paperback / e-Book
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Romance Suspense | Inspirational Romance
Staying hidden has kept her alive…
But now she’s been found.
A remote Colorado mountain town and a fake identity have been Ashley Willis’s safe haven since fleeing after she witnessed a murder—but now the killer has found her trail. Desperate and terrified, she’s prepared to run again…but Deputy Sheriff Chase Fredrick won’t let her. With the lawman by her side, can she face danger head-on…and live long enough to bring a murderer to justice?
25 comments posted.
Re: Secret Mountain Hideout
This is an excellent book. Asley Willis, Deputy Sheriff Chase Frederick, and
the rest of the folks in Bristle Township are really loyal and loving people.
Terri has written another good book.
(Jean Shaner 7:07pm January 8)
I am a dialogue person. Think it is because I am not too
good of a conversationalist that I really enjoy
reading/listening to good conversation.
(Anna Budziak 7:14am January 24)
I love the relationships between the characters. But I like
all the elements of a story blending together.
(Nancy Reynolds 10:01am January 24)
characters are very important, but the story itself is equally critical - setting adds t the feelings that arise while reading.
(Diane Sallans 11:34am January 24)
I need to connect with the characters, but the plot is extremely important. The two interact and make for a story I want to read.
(Anna Speed 2:04pm January 24)
The characters and how they interact.
(Melanie Rosen 7:29pm January 24)
They all rank really high for me. I love suspense, mystery, humor and the plot.
(Tracy Urschler 9:30pm January 24)
Characters, plot, and setting are all important. They have to work well together for there to be a good story. You can have good characters, but if they don't fit in the setting or the plot does not suit them, the story won't work. The same is true for plot and setting. The characters need to fit them or the story will be lacking.
(Patricia Barraclough 1:26am January 25)
sounds like a book i cant put down once I start reading
(Vickie Couturier 7:54am January 25)
I love the characters and the connections they have along
with the dialogue. However, I enjoy the plot and the
setting in a story just as much.
(Tina Rucci 1:32pm January 26)
I think the characters are always important to the storyline. They help
develop the plot and you get invested in them whether you like them or not.
(Kelly Rodriguez 9:08pm January 26)
I love plot first and foremost, but some series I love the characters so much that I will read plots that are standard just to get more about the characters.
(Pam Howell 7:12am January 27)
EVERYTHING needs to mesh . ...
(Martin Bodnar 9:14am January 27)
I'm usually drawn to the characters first, then the plot &
the backstory (is it based on a real town? what would I see
(Mina Gerhart 12:05pm January 27)
I Love the characters in a book and the plot and so forth I love to read Thank you for sharing this!
(Sarah Taylor 2:10pm January 27)
It's a combination of everything, but the characters have to
(Anne Muller 3:57pm January 27)
I read the back cover on the books to see if it is something
I would like to read.
(Joan Woods 6:51pm January 27)
love reading the back to see if I like it
(Margo Beredjiklian 1:50pm January 28)
Always read the backs thats what makes me buy
.Thank you for being here with us.
(Wanda Flanagan 9:39pm January 28)
Characters then plot. I to always read the back cover to see if it is something I would like to read.
(Blanche Nixon 10:58am January 29)
The plot of the book and the characters
(Jean Patton 7:56pm January 29)
The characters interest me most i books, plus the flaws and
what can be done to compromise or resolve a problem
(Alyson Widen 12:49pm January 30)
Oh, gosh. If it were only one element, anyone could do
it. The magic comes in the mix. Masters take all of the
elements, toss them in the air, and seamlessly tie them
all together in a mesmerizing mix. I've loved books all
of my life. I've read thousands upon thousands of them
and I acknowledge that I am not a wordsmith. Thank you
for the opportunity.
(Marcia Berbeza 11:18pm January 31)
Great I'd love the chance to read this book.
(Jamie Rincker 11:52pm January 31)
(Teresa Roberts 2:30pm February 28)
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