They found each other. Then the killer found them. Detective Jackson “Jax” McKenna walks into a psychologist’s office and finds that the doctor bears a striking resemblance to his first love, Lainie, who disappeared ten years ago after their disastrous first date ended in violence. Dr. Elizabeth Parker is really Elaine Wilson, Jax’s Lainie. She’s been in hiding since the night that changed both their lives. Jax discovers the truth when the killer lets Lainie know he’s found her. When Jax and Lainie go on the run to keep Lainie safe, old feelings resurface as the killer threatens their lives. Can Jax save Lainie and help her stay Invisible?
Betty Welch for Fiction Vixen’s
Can Jax save her
I’ve read a few books by L.A.Remenicky and I must say that I’ve thoroughly enjoyed them all. Ms. Remenicky has given us another great story that will suck you in and keep you there from start to finish and then leave you wanting more from this author. Ms.Remenicky has written characters that feel so real that as you read about them you start to feel their pain, and at the same time, you can feel the love that they have for each other. Invisible is Elaine and Jax’s touching story. They both know each other from high school, Elaine is asked to tutor Jax in Geometry, but when he asked her to go out she was so frilled about it. But then she comes home after the date an incident happened with her stepfather Keith, he started to lay into her and poor Elaine ends up being beaten with a baseball bat. And she ends up in the hospital, while Keith is arrested. But when she is released from the hospital she decides that she must disappear, so she changes her name and starts to hide away, because she knows Keith will come after her. It’s been 10years now and poor Elaine is still hiding away, and Jax has joined the police force now. But then one day he’s shot and ends up having to go to a therapist, and to his surprise, the therapist turns out to be Elaine. But soon Elaine finds out that Keith has been released from jail and in no time she knows she must move on. So she and Jax leave to hideout again. Will Keith fine her and Jax, and can Jax protect her from her stepfather for once and for all. This is a touching second chance romance, that has some suspense in the mix of it. I could tell you more about this touching story but that would spoil it for you. I highly recommend that you read this touching story you won’t be disappointed.
Nikki Calhoun is on the run, fueled by terror of the shadowy world she had married into. Desperate to survive and nowhere to hide, Nikki turns to the wolf shifter pack of her childhood, but it’s hard for her to trust anyone, even the people closest to her.Enforcer and bear-shifter Bret Axel receives a call from his cousin who manages his Portland nightclub about suspicious activity. After obtaining the approval of his Alpha, he travels to Portland. Two nights later, screams of a woman shatter the silence of the dock, and with the help of his cousin, they save her from being killed.A twisted tale of hunter and prey, two worlds collide as Bret falls for the human and then struggles to convince her that they are meant to be together. It’s up to him and the Crescent Ice Pack to get to the bottom of the brutal acts of one man. Will Nikki survive the wrath of her estranged husband or will the murky world of Edward Calhoun destroy her and any who try to help?
I loved the first book, but I have to be honest …
Wow. I loved the first book, but I have to be honest this one really had me on edge right from the beginning. You have a mobster who beats his wife Nikki and when she has the courage to leave she call the one person she knows she can trust but it’s too late his people have found her. But out of nowhere two giant men come to her rescue and take her into hiding. She never expected the tall sexy Bear shifter Bret to know her friend Sam she had called but when she shows up at his place looking for help finding Nikki she is happy to know she is ok. Now she has Bears and Wolves willing to do anything to protect her, but she can’t put them at risk. With her feelings for Bret growing and her fears for Sam and her brother Travis’s family getting stronger she does the only thing she thinks she can she runs. But she does not know that Travis and Bret have found out more about her husband than she ever knew, he is far worse than she could have ever imagined.Read this book and see how Bret will do anything to protect the women he is falling in love with rapidly and what Nikki will do to protect the ones she cares for even if it is misguided and puts herself in more Danger. Find out how much of a scum bag Nikki’s husband truly is and what these crazy shifters will do to protect the ones they love.
Ten long years since she arrived in New York from Canada. Ten years since she ran away from what she thought would be her future. Forced to go home to escape a nasty situation, Evangeline comes face to face with her past and the one person that she never wanted to see. Shane is there, and it seems he isn’t ready to back down this time. Things are getting hot in chilly Canada.
I loved this story!
This was an amazing story full of romance and a chance encounter. Evangeline hasn’t seen her family for Christmas for 10 years and because of problems in her New York office decides to go home to Canada. On the way, a snowstorm hits and she stays at a hotel until the storm is over. One reason she didn’t want to go home and she was afraid she would run into her ex-boyfriend. She runs into much more. I highly recommend this book!
A past she can’t remember. A love he can’t forget. After losing everything in an accident that he can only blame himself for, Robbie Newlin embraced sobriety and tried to live his life quietly alone at this family’s cottage on the lake. Grief being his only ally, Robbie was perfectly content with how he lived until Faith moved into the cottage next door. Now, Faith, had him questioning whether to keep grieving or to open his broken heart to let love in again. Faith McMillan had no memory of her life before that day three years ago. The physical scars had faded, but the emotional ones were still fresh and raw. Living rent-free seemed like a great way to finish her second book and give her the time to figure out her next move, but then she met the reclusive guy next door and everything changed. To get past the broken parts, Robbie and Faith must figure out if they want to continue living their lives in solitude or take a chance on finding an ending together.
Loved it ❤️
This one tugged at my heartstrings. Robbie and Faith both had suffered so much. I needed them to have a HEA. This is such a good love and family story. I love the entire series so far.
Then There Were Six by Cherime MacFarlane is off to a great start when Stu runs into Margaret (Meg) in a stalled car on the roadside in Alaska. He, an auto mechanic who owns his own shop, pulls over to help her out and in not too long a time there are sparks of chemistry between them. He’s a divorced father of three (Paul 10, Man 9, and Stuart Jr. 7) and she, with her daughter Mindy who is 11, is awaiting a divorce from her alcoholic husband. He fixes the problem temporarily and has her follow him to his shop where she notices his office is in disarray and offers to help on Saturdays to pay off the work he’ll be doing on her car. Both lonely, they start to fantasize about each other but when she shows up for work she’s cooled off and he doesn’t understand the change. The ice melts when she sees the cars he’s working on and they talk about their mutual appreciation for them. I love the way it was the affection for cars that softened the communication between them and continued to play into the storyline. A refreshing take on a female character, to be automotive savvy and think I recall reading something about the author drawing on her own automotive experience in writing this story. It shows. And it works well. Another thing I love was the interjection of Jocko, Stu’s dog, and all the dog antics factored into the story. Being an animal lover this enhanced the read for me. And Jocko, Stu’s four year old pit bull, factors into the story as a protective character for Meg and her eleven year old daughter Mindy when the tension in the story rises and Stu finds out about the abuse levied at Meg and Mindy from Meg’s ex. The story continues and there’s an earthquake with an unexpected accident that changes everything between Stu and Meg, all for the better and all the sweeter. Without retelling the rest of the story, suffice it to say it was a delightful fun read.
I loved Seasons of Our Love. The well developed characters nudged their way into my heart or not. Some I loved to hate. I rooted for Danny and Rosie from start to finish. The story moves, but not linearly. With lots of twists and turns, you might want to fasten your seat belts. Whenever I put the book aside, the story lived inside my head calling me back. I never stayed away too long because I knew the author had more surprises in store. I hope there’s a sequel because I didn’t want this one to end. Angela wove an intriguing, compelling romance that anyone with a soft heart will want to read. I look forward to more from Angela Gascoigne.
She wasn’t looking for Mr. Right, but Embree Walters may have met the man that was meant for her… Embree was born into money. She is the daughter of a successful actor and an heiress mother. She needs nothing but her career, which she loves, though it upsets her parents to the point of never mentioning her name in public to protect her. At a party, thrown to entice her father to portray a part in a much-anticipated movie, she meets producer Matthias Royce; a man who knows what he wants and how to get it; and that is currently Embree. Embree and Matthias agree to a one-night stand. The morning after, Embree disappears, and when Matthias runs into her weeks later, he makes it clear one night was not enough for him. Embree disagrees, but a determined Matthias is willing to do whatever necessary to change her mind and make her say, YOURS.