Sunday, 28 December 2014

Forced Disappearance by Dana Marton

Forced DisappearanceForced Disappearance by Dana Marton
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Miranda starts a new job, looking for people who have vanished, disappeared.
The one person she didn't bank on looking for was Glenn.
The thing is, kidnapped outside the law, means they are impossible to find.

I loved the romance in this book, I also loved the thriller aspect.

I got a bit muddled sometimes, but that might be me trying to read it over Christmas with a lot going on? Or did it jump sometimes?

That said, I really loved the book and although this is the very first book I have read by this author, I would love to read more, she does have a good style of writing. Its fast paced, that's probably why I got confused sometimes as I wanted and should have read this book in one sitting, its hard putting a book like this down for a day or two and then picking it up. I would recommend you sit down and take your time over reading this.


When wealthy American businessman Glenn Danning goes missing in Venezuela, investigator Miranda Soto volunteers to track him down. It's her first assignment for the Civilian Personnel Recovery Unit, but this mission is about more than salvaging the remnants of her shattered military career. Glenn was Miranda's best friend and first lover, and she'll do anything to save him from danger - especially since she just lost everything that mattered to her.

Glenn barely survived being kidnapped and tortured as a suspected spy, but the shock of seeing Miranda again gives him a new lease on life. Their still-simmering attraction grows hotter as the couple races through the treacherous jungle. Determined to reach safe ground, they must stay alive long enough to stop the terrifying enemy who still hunts Glenn. And even if they survive, Miranda's dark past could jeopardize their future together.






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