I love the way the author shows that she understands the societies that she is representing in this book. One of the main characters is an no longer active Marine Sniper and the whitty comments about the Marine Corp mottos and standards made me smile. Either she is personally involved in the USMC or she did some wonderful research. These kind of details are the things that make this book wonderful.
I liked this second book in the trilogy better than the first one. Can't wait to read the last one.
Enjoyed this second of the trilogy. Can't wait to read the third.
Lark Stewart is on the run from a singing career that skyrocketed out of control..and from someone who's bent on murder. When one of her band members is killed in New Orleans Lucas McCloud-her first love and a former FBI agent-takes Lark home. But the remote Stewart family resort offers no protection from the madman who's working his way across the mountains. Keeps you guessing till the end
This is a very cute book about a romance between a singer and a sniper. It's funny and moves quickly.
This is the second in the Stewart Sisters trilogy.
Don't miss it!
The second of the Stewart sisters series about Lark who is the singer caught up in a murder mystery
Desert Storm vet Lucas McCloud, ex-lover of internationally renowned folk singer Lark Stewart, is brought out of FBI retirement by her aunt, who senses trouble for Lark in the form of a stalker. Lucas discovers that his passion for Lark has never ceased, nor hers for him, and Ross concentrates on describing how they rediscover each other both psychologically and sexually, and endure the tearful exorcism of their respective demons. Lucas blames himself for the death of a teenage girl hostage he tried to save, and Lark has to get past her fears of flying and of the dark. All the torment, suspense, and good sex Ross whips up obscures the fact that this is a sequel to Out of the Mist [BKL O 15 03], and that Lark is the second of the three Stewart sisters who were raised in Stewart's Folly in Tennessee. Late in the book Ross plays catch-up, which slows things down, but doesn't ruin the suspense because the reader is already rooting for Lark and Lucas.
Very good. First in the 'Stewart Sister Trilogy.
This is the second book in a wonderful trilogy, about three sisters.
A look into the life of a music star showing a dark side of fame. Luckily, Lark Stewart is protected by body guard Lucas McCloud. A deliciously good romantic suspense.