Finished reading October 25, 2012. As I already pointed out, romance suspense novels are not my usual fare: especially not Harlequin’s. I did, on the other hand, enjoy Heron’s Cove (maybe I shouldn’t be so hard on Harlequin). Reading it was a very nice diversion with its beautiful settings the mind can only try to imagine if you’ve never been there. The characters were interesting. Though Emma and Colin appear to be getting closer in their relationship there also appear to be many complications. We also get a little closer look at some of the other characters introduced in “Saint’s Gate.” Good plot, with nothing too predictable and enough suspense to keep you hanging on. Overall I will give it 4 Stars. Looking forward to the third installment of Sharpe & Donovan with Carla’s “Declan’s Cross“.
So, when will it be released Carla?
While I’m currently reading a non-fiction book I also like to read a little fiction. I find my self reading a romantic suspense novel. It’s not my usual fare, but having read “Saint’s Gate“
(and enjoyed it), I thought I should read the second installment of Sharpe & Donovan.
When your safety depends on living a lie…
After escaping certain death, deep-cover agent Colin Donovan is back home on the Maine coast with his new love, FBI art crimes expert Emma Sharpe. Then Tatiana Pavlova, a London-based jewelry designer, arrives in Heron’s Cove, asking for Emma’s help—a prized collection from a lost era of Russian opulence, decadence and rare beauty has resurfaced, and Tatiana warns Emma it’s about to be stolen again. And Colin realizes his nightmare isn’t over. It’s just begun.
And everyone you love is a target…
Emma guards her past closely, and Colin is determined to unlock her secrets. As they investigate the mysterious collection and the equally mysterious Tatiana, they confront their greatest challenge. Now they must count on their expertise—and each other—to outwit an enemy who wants to destroy them and everyone they love most.
Who can you afford to trust?
— Taken From Amazon Product Page —