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“Release ”

Written on: 06/12/2006 by Harriet Klausner (18637 reviews written)


Jo Leigh

Harlequin Blaze, Jan 2007, $4.75

ISBN: 0373793057

Seth Turner was Delta Force until he lost his left hand in combat against a CIA group, Omicron. Physically he heals, but mentally he has died. He blames his ability to breathe on Dr. Harper Douglas, who he hates for saving his life without his left hand that she was forced to remove.

The doctor and her angry patient hide in a safe house while waiting for the right moment to expose the lethal, nefarious plans of Omicron. Both are lonely and turn to one another though he still holds her culpable for keeping him alive. As they begin to fall in love, she worries how he will react when she disappears from his life, as permanent relationships are not for Harper although she knows leaving will break her heart.

Readers will need an oxygen tank handy as RELEASE is fast-paced action thriller that never slows down for a nanosecond. Seth and Harper are a delightful pairing as each has strong reasons to avoid a romantic entanglement, but cannot prevent love from blossoming even with the threats to their lives from the deadly Omicron cell. Interestingly, both assume the danger created the attraction, but will learn otherwise. Readers will find themselves In Too Deep to stop reading, as this is a terrific romantic suspense sequel (see RELENTLESS).

Harriet Klausner

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