A Haunting Story of Forbidden Love
On Sale: January 1, 2011
Featuring: Nicole Whitcomb; Michael Tyler
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When Nicole Whitcomb's car runs off a Colorado mountain
road during a blinding snowstorm, she is saved from death
by a handsome, fascinating, and enigmatic stranger.
Snowbound with him for days in his beautiful home high in
the Rockies, she finds herself powerfully attracted to him.
But there are things about him that mystify her, filling
her with apprehension.
Who is Michael Tyler? Why does he live in such a secluded
spot and guard his private life so carefully? What secretâ€”
or secretsâ€”is he hiding?
Nicole has secrets of her own and a past she is running
fromâ€”but Michael understands her better than anyone she has
ever known. Soon, she is falling as deeply in love with him
as he is with herâ€” a profoundly meaningful experience that
is destined to change their lives forever.
As the sexual tension between them builds, however, the
clues mount up. When Nicole learns her host's terrifying
secret, there is nowhere for her to run but into the
blizzard raging outside, and Michael may be the only one
who can save her life.
12 comments posted.
The review is fabulous! Would love to read the book!
(Brenda Rupp 9:25pm January 11, 2011)
I believe in whirlwind courtship too. I met my now husband of 31 years at a country bar one friday night; I had been going there for at least 6 years and so had he. We had never met before that night and once he asked me to dance, that was IT.
(Diane Sadler 10:34am January 13, 2011)
I met my husband at church in Oct. 1986, he proposed in that same church in March of 87, and we married in same church in Nov. of 88. Everyone thought we got engaged too soon, but your heart knows when you meet your soul mate.
(Debra Czarnogursky 11:58am January 13, 2011)
As soon as I met my "husband to be" everything else disappeared. I still have
3 cousins I have never met, an aunt divorced and remarried during this time,
and my mother claims that is just the tip of the iceberg of family information I
missed. To say it was love at first sight... Yes! We have reached 48 1/2 years
and are still going strong. I highly recommend it. To say conversation is a
necessity is to understate it's importance.
(Sandra Spilecki 12:04pm January 13, 2011)
I think love at first sight is possible - it's just that most people never get to experience it. My favorite love story is my grandparents', who even though they were from small town, never met each other until he came home from WWII.
(Kelli Jo Calvert 1:07pm January 13, 2011)
Lust at first sight - yes. Love at first sight - yes please!!
(Mary Preston 3:34pm January 13, 2011)
My father swears that, on their first date (a blind date), he knew that my mother was the woman that he was going to marry. My mother didn't get the same revelation, though.
(Carol Drummond 7:05pm January 13, 2011)
I believe in love at first sight, at least to a certain degree. Physical attraction is an integral part of love and that can certainly occur at first sight. But getting to know one another is definitely the more important and lasting part.
(Sigrun Schulz 10:52pm January 13, 2011)
I believe in love at first sight. The first time I ever saw the man I married, I knew he was going to be the man I would marry someday. We ended up losing touch and got back together through a mutual friend 15 years later. It was like no time had passed, and I was stunned when he asked me to marry him!! He had no idea that I had that premonition, and we have been married now for almost 28 years.
(Peggy Roberson 11:12pm January 13, 2011)
I might. I know I've felt a physical attraction right off the bat, but is that true love. I don't think so.
(MaryAnne Banks 12:30pm January 14, 2011)
I definately believe in love at first sight. I met my husband online through match.com and loved his letters that he sent to me. Then we proceeded to talking on the telephone and I still had no idea what he looked like. Then we set up a date he was there on my doorstep. Before the night was gone, I was a goner completely bowled over by this guy and him by me. I always say he came over and never went home. We married six month laters and are no working on our 13th year together.
(Brenda Rupp 10:27am January 15, 2011)
I do believe in miracles and in love at first sight, since the love part happened to me.
(Alyson Widen 1:44pm January 18, 2011)
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