Sourcebooks Casablanca, 2011 (2011)
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Reviewed by Wanda Plourde
he world is dark and dusty. Amelia realizes she is buried underground but alive. An earthquake has hit the Bahamas. She was on her way to the hotel with her nephew Joshua, while her brother and his wife had lunch. Now she finds herself entombed.
uch later, Amelia hears the deep baritone voice of someone coming close. Hugh, a pararescuer, is about to become her hero. A small aftershock buries them together for a while, which is where the connection between them begins. Once rescued, neither can stop thinking about the other. Amidst all the chaos in the aftermath, Amelia and Joshua are kidnapped, and Hugh jumps in to rescue them. They find themselves in the middle of a black market operation of smuggled children. Will Hugh and Amelia be able to survive everything that has been thrown at them? Can a relationship be built on adrenaline and disaster?
is action packed right from the beginning, when the author gets emotions in high gear by describing what it's like to be entombed under thousands of pounds of concrete. She takes two very scarred people and brings them together in a seductive manner. There are some very
scenes, pun intended. The story has a
love conquers all
theme that makes you believe everything is possible.
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