Good book..wished it was a little longer.
Yet, another great book by Linda Howard, Grant and Jane are excellent characters, I have read this one more than twice.
Take a trip through the jungle as a kidnapped vitim and her rescuer try to avoid being caught. Fast paced.
I loved Grant and Jane's story! I read Kell's story a long time ago so reading Midnight Rainbow was like going back and visiting an old friend.
Early Linda Howard, it was fun to read this book and see the little sparks of fun and genius she always seems to have. Though it was a little dated, the adventure was fun and the transformation of the tough alpha male to a guy who would admit he could not sleep without her was heart warming.
4 classic stars!
Retired government agent Grant Sullivan takes on one last case, to rescue wealthy socialite Jane Hamilton Green from Costa Rica. When he gets there, it seems like she is enjoying her captivity. This is just the first of many puzzling things about Jane. Hiding out in the jungle together brings the two closer together, for awhile...
New York Best Selling Author. Jane Greer: Was she just a wealthy socialite in over head, or was she really engage in espionage that could compromise US interests for years to come? The only certainty ws that she was being held captive, and that her very wealthy, very well connected father wanted her back-now.
Grant Sullivan one of the government's most effective agent, and he'd agreed to rescue Jane. Finding her was easy; getting her out was something else. In the time they spent together, questions of guilt and innocence began to fade against the undeniable reality that two people from such different worlds should never have met.
I listened to this audio book for a visit to Costa Rica for an Around the World challenge. Romantic suspense is not my comfort zone genre but I did find the story interesting with lots of adventure. I liked the characters of Grant Sullivan and Jane Greer and the imagery of the jungle was excellent. Grant Sullivan is a deep cover agent with the government. He comes out of retirement to rescue Jane Greer who is a society girl involved in helping a US undercover agent in Costa Rica. Jane has been kidnapped and her time is running out. There are a lot of scenes of trials, tribulation and, of course, romance. This book is a reissue of a past publication from 1986 so a few things are outdated but does not really take away from the story. I would highly recommend this book to those who love romantic suspense with lots of adventure scenes.
Jane Greer was being held captive in the jungle; Grant Sullivan was sent by her very wealthy father to rescue her. Finding her was easy; getting her out was something else.
Was she just a wealthy socialite in over her head, or was she really engaged in espionage that could compromise U.S. interests for years to come? The only certainty was that she was being held captive, and that her very wealthy, very well-connected father wanted her back---now.
Very good book. This copy is vintage 1986 and a bit worn.