Fear be damned... ...is the code photojournalist Rorie Lindsay lives by. Free of her abusive ex-husband, she celebrates her divorce with a one-night stand then heads to her next photo shoot in the Panamanian jungles, thirsting for adventure. Finally sensing her life is her own, Rorie relishes her autonomy until guerillas take her small troupe captive. Now, in order to survFear be damned... ...is the code photojournalist Rorie Lindsay lives by. Free of her abusive ex-husband, she celebrates her divorce with a one-night stand then heads to her next photo shoot in the Panamanian jungles, thirsting for adventure. Finally sensing her life is her own, Rorie relishes her autonomy until guerillas take her small troupe captive. Now, in order to survive, she must match wits with the soldier who came to save her Chief Warrant Officer Tom MacCallum, the same stranger she'd spent one incredible night with. Tom couldn't forget the passionate brunette he'd bedded a vain attempt to assuage his guilt over a comrade's death. Like his father several years before, Tom had been unable to save his friend. Driven in his Special Forces missions, the failures haunt his private life. Because loved ones die, he's refused to commit himself to a woman. Still, he longed for something with Rorie. Unable to find her again, he's encouraged when he sees she's in the party he's rescuing until the rescue effort goes awry and he finds the terrorists hot on their trail. Now, both their lives and their destinies are... ...On Danger's Edge....
|Title||:||On Danger's Edge|
|Format Type||:||Trade Paperback|
|Number of Pages||:||312 Pages|
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On Danger's Edge Reviews
I thoroughly enjoyed this book...up to about 3/4 into it...then it started to nosedive for me; albeit, first a gradual then steady plummet. The book starts right out and was GREAT! Good, likable characters that needed to resolve some "issues." I was hooked from page 1. But, Once the H/H are alone in the jungle, Rorie got on my last nerve. Her internal dialogue and incessant need to "make her own decisions" only added to my frustration level. Ugh! The old saying that doctors shouldn't do their own taxes and accountants shouldn't attempt to perform brain surgery came to mind. She should have allowed Tom (trained) to lead her out of the jungle and relied on his judgment and stopped arguing. At first, it was okay that she tried to be helpful and not a burden, then after one too many "helpful" moves, Rorie moved into my "too stupid to live" thought pattern. And, what the heck was she doing in South America taking pictures (photo journalist) and unable to speak Spanish? For someone hell bent on being able to stand on her own two feet and make her own life decisions, she was immature, naive and needed a "keeper."Rated PG 13 (after the initial intimate scene)This is interesting...check out the book cover for Grave Silence by Elisa Adams. Huh.
A fast moving, action packed romance with hot sex and a nice plot. Truly enjoyed this books.
I liked it alot and would have given it 5 stars but I felt the heroine was a borderline TSTL. But it was important to the story. I will certainly read more by this author.