Surviving With Love
eBook (PDF), 191 Pages
Sparks fly when Stacey Parker meets Cord McConnell in the Bitterroot Wilderness of Eastern Idaho. From their first heated exchange, she doubts they will survive their assignment in the wilderness without killing each other. Cord McConnell isn't prepared for the sight of the young woman with the wild mane of strawberry blond curls who claims to be his tracker. No way is he agreeing to follow this girl into the woods on such a dangerous assignment! But time is ticking away and two kidnapped boys will not survive if he fails. Committed to the job and without other options, Cord reluctantly agrees. When danger inserts itself into the tension between them, will they be able to save the boys? At the end of the mission, can they go their separate ways--or will fate step in and force them to face another dangerous situation and their attraction once again?
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May 22, 2010Diane Craver of http://www.dianecraver.com/ says: I enjoyed escaping recently to Canada, Idaho, and New York. I managed to visit all these scenic and action packed locations within a few short days. I know – it seems hard to believe that I could make these trips so quickly. I did it by reading about the thrilling lives of tracker, Stacey Parker and hostage rescuer, Cord McConnell. Rebecca Vickery writes about these two memorable characters in her book, Surviving with Love. Great secondary characters add to the richness of the story. You'd think a tough ex-military guy, like McConnell, could handle the petite tracker, but it's a lost cause from the moment they meet. Both were hired to find two young boys taken hostage by dangerous criminals. Although Stacey's tracking skills impress Cord, he's also attracted to her physically and emotionally. Stacey's a sassy, smart, tough and sweet woman with amazing outdoor skills. Even though Stacey doesn't like Cord bossing her around on the... More > Canadian trail to find the boys, she falls hard for him anyhow. Not only does she have to protect herself from the kidnapers, but also from her lustful and romantic feelings for Cord. The dialogue between these two characters is so much fun to read. If this book should be made into a movie, I'd cast Reese Witherspoon as Stacey. Of course, her hair color would need to be changed to strawberry blonde. A possible actor for Cord's role might be Gerald Butler. He's tough but compassionate at the same time. I highly recommend Surviving with Love, but only if you enjoy reading the following in a novel: explosive sexual tension between the hero and heroine, an action plot that keeps you on the edge of your seat, a developing romance between two strong-willed individuals, dynamic dialogue, and last but not least, feeling the experience of tracking criminals in a wilderness. I hope you read this outstanding book, you won't be disappointed.< Less
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- Rebecca J. Vickery (Standard Copyright License)
- May 22, 2010
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