Book Reviews of Imminent Thunder (Silhouette Shadows, No 10)

Imminent Thunder (Silhouette Shadows, No 10)
Imminent Thunder - Silhouette Shadows, No 10
Author: Rachel Lee
ISBN-13: 9780373270101
ISBN-10: 0373270100
Publication Date: 6/1/1993
Pages: 256
Rating:
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.
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3.7 stars, based on 10 ratings
Publisher: Silhouette
Book Type: Paperback
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-I could feel myself immersed in the Ghostly Atmosphere that lays in Honor's House and in the area surrounding it. The Hero, Ian, is fantastic, brave and sensual. Honor is a Heroine with compassion and tenderness who has never found true love before meeting Ian. If you like a spine tiggling, a sensual and a so romantic novel, you can't go wrong with "Imminent Thunder". It is a Keeper!
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The secluded old house on the edge of town, shrouded by ancient oaks and Spanish moss, seemed the perfect place for Honor Nightingale to make a fresh start, to find the peace she had never known. But then the voices came, voices from somewhere beyond the edge of reason, whispering of unspeakable horrors, in the past and yet to come...
One man, and one man alone, believed her nightmare was real-her enigmatic neighbor, Ian McLaren. This strange, compelling man had clearly seen far too much of the dark side and had been marked by it forever. And yet she found herself hungering for him, even as the voices-and her fragile heart-whispered to her to flee his touch...
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I completely loved this book and I reccomend it to anyone.
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Good book, couldnt put it down
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A paranormal romance. Honor Nightingale moves in a house that whispers of unspeakable horrors. Her next door neighbor is her only hope.
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The secluded old house on the edge of town, shrouded by ancient oaks and spanish moss, seemed like the perfect place for Honor Nightingale to make a fresh start. But then the voices came, voices from somewhere beyond the edge of reason, whispering of unspeakable horrors. One man, and one man alone, believed her nightmare was real, her enigmatic neighbor, Ian McLaren. Strange an compelling, he had clearly seen far too much of the dark side, and it has marked him forever. And yet she found herself hungering for him, even as the voices whispered to her to flee his touch.
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I liked this book. I thought some things the hero said early in the book weren't addressed enough later, but the characters were likable and well written. The storyline was kind of predictable, but the author managed to carry the book with the characters.