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Blood Ties (Searchers, Bk 2)
Blood Ties - Searchers, Bk 2
Author: Sharon Sala
The truth will set you free -- if it doesn't get you killed — Savannah Slade is not the person she thought she was. The reading of her "father's" will has led her to a world-shattering revelation: her sisters are not her blood kin -- and she may be the heiress to a massive fortune. Her not-quite-fiancé Ju...  more »
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ISBN-13: 9780778312642
ISBN-10: 077831264X
Publication Date: 5/31/2011
Pages: 400
Rating:
  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.
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3.9 stars, based on 74 ratings
Publisher: Mira
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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reviewed Blood Ties (Searchers, Bk 2) on + 1548 more book reviews
Scarily plausible reactions from the rich and powerful---if you discount a bit of brash movie-plot original premise. A good, quick read.

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The truth will set you free -- if it doesn't get you killed Savannah Slade is not the person she thought she was. The reading of her "father's" will has led her to a world-shattering revelation: her sisters are not her blood kin -- and she may be the heiress to a massive fortune. Her not-quite-fiancé Judd doesn't care where she came from -- he only wants her by his side. But the primal need to uncover her past wins out, and Savannah trades the Montana ranges for Miami's moneyed oceanside enclaves.

The wealthy and powerful Stoss family is less than overjoyed to find that Gerald Stoss's daughter has emerged from the past. But theirs is a clan seldom troubled by inconveniences. They've always had the means to eradicate any blemish on their perfect lives. One more won't make a difference.
CherylStJ avatar reviewed Blood Ties (Searchers, Bk 2) on + 8 more book reviews
Not my favorite from Sala.
reviewed Blood Ties (Searchers, Bk 2) on + 2906 more book reviews
I just 'sorta' liked this one--sometimes it seemed like I was reading a grade school reader and the dialog between some of the characters was so sweetsy sweetsy it was just unbelievable anyone would talk like that--the story is just kind of another run of the mill type story that you can skim the pages quickly for most of the information you need and you can finish the book fairly quick. Will try to finish the third in this series just to say I finished it.


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