Lyn Cote: Dangerous Game Harbor Intrigue #2

The moment the author introduced the villain in this book I knew it was that person I also figured she was going to take the book in the direction she did I m not sure if I m happy with that or notRomantically I was thrilled to see how both the hero and heroine reacted to their feelingsSort of the opposite you xpect when beginning the story Boring Nothing much happened By coincidence I had just finished reading The Innocent Man John Grisham s non fiction book Both books deal with unjustly convicted men and the prejudice they face when they are released from prison ven though they are innocent In this book Grey was only out on parole in the first half of the book and relatives of his alleged victims try to frame him for additional crimes mostly involving dangerous games of chicken on a mountain curve A female deputy sheriff falls in love with the parolee while trying to solve the mystery of the additional accidents The whodunnit is a bit of a surprise although there are suspects than good guy. D personally as she got involved with Grey Yet with akiller determined to frame him for crimes past and present Grey couldonly pray that Trish wouldn't suffer for his sin.

This is the second book in her dangerous series I usually don t like suspense novels but there are a few out there that I do njoy I love Lyn Cotes other novels so I knew I wasn t going to be disappointed with this She definitely keeps you on the Lawman Lover (Outlaws, edge of your seat The reader will be instantly sucked into the story from the first sentence to the last I couldn t put it down Grey Lawson comes back to his hometown after several years and it seems like his past still haunts him Trish is the new law in town and female to boot A serious of accidents start to happen in this little community and it all seems to point to Grey as the culprit Apparently people still define who he is by his past mistakes uestion is will Trish see the changed man that Grey has become and find out if he really is the culprit or just being framed I loved that she takes you on a thrilling adventure in these books I also think that she hit on alcoholism perfectly She wasn t afraid to shy away from real issues that people deal wi. Seven years ago Grey Lawson went to prison for a fatal hit and run Now with littlelse but his faith he returned to the hometown thathad turned against him only to find.

Th City Girl in Training every day Just because she is a writer for the Christian market doesn t meantverything will be rosy all the time I think that s what makes her writing so real and relatable Glad I read them This was an Mystery at Kittiwake Bay exciting unforgettable book One of the charactersxperiences a betrayal at the hands of a friend it causes one to reflect on what it must have been like for Christ when he was betrayed by Judas Some of the twists in the plot caught me by surprise Forgiveness and bitterness are both present dramatically in the lives of some of the characters and the plot shows clearly the Dangerous Waters (Cold Case Files effect choosing one or the other has on the person s future Harbor IntrigueBook 2Grey Lawson has spent the last seven years in prison But there are many people in his hometown that don t want him back and they ll do whatever they have to to make sure he goes away foreverThe deputy sheriff has many reasons to hate the man but when they meet and begin spending time together it s her that hurts at his rejectionsuite honestly. Winfield plagued by a series ofaccidents thaterily mirrored vents from the pastAs Winfield's first female deputy Trish Franklin had to tread carefullyprofessionally an.

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Lyn grew up loving books Her favorite night of the week was Friday night when the Bookmobile came to her neighborhood in Illinois She’d spend those two hours chatting with the driver of the Bookmobile and the librarian and making the big decision of the week — which books to check out In those distant days children were limited in how many books they could check out Lyn could only take home