Rising Storm

J. Lee Meyer

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Rising Storm

Rising Storm In this exciting sequel to First Instinct Conn Stryker and Leigh Grove have narrowly missed being killed by those whose investment scam they exposed Still at risk they flee to a hideaway on the Nort

  • Title: Rising Storm
  • Author: J. Lee Meyer
  • ISBN: 9781933110868
  • Page: 381
  • Format: Paperback
  • In this exciting sequel to First Instinct, Conn Stryker and Leigh Grove have narrowly missed being killed by those whose investment scam they exposed Still at risk, they flee to a hideaway on the Northern California coast until safety is assured The pleasures of their new relationship and the promise of what life together could be are shadowed by the need for constant viIn this exciting sequel to First Instinct, Conn Stryker and Leigh Grove have narrowly missed being killed by those whose investment scam they exposed Still at risk, they flee to a hideaway on the Northern California coast until safety is assured The pleasures of their new relationship and the promise of what life together could be are shadowed by the need for constant vigilance Their pledge to be together is shattered when Conn must try to rescue one of her mothers from a kidnapping in Pakistan She is the only ransom the kidnappers will accept When Leigh and Conn are separated, each must face enormous odds to survive and find each other again This fast paced adventure takes our heroines on a dangerous journey from California to Paris and through the deadly streets of Karachi, Pakistan.

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    One thought on “Rising Storm

    1. Claudia on said:

      Para mí, no hay nadie más importante que tú; lo que pasa es quea veces no sé cómo hacer las cosas. Si quieres que no me vaya, no me iré. Haría cualquier cosa porti, cualquier cosa

    2. The Listmaker on said:

      A good enough book but the constant endearments and overuse of the word "lover" got a bit annoying.

    3. Fiona Hanks on said:

      This was a decent sequel with fairly good characters. The constant use of the word lover got tiresome and there was a little too much focus on the couple's need for reassurance in each other.

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