Friday, July 5, 2013

Friday Memes: Dangerous Refuge by Elizabeth Lowell

Happy Friday everybody!
Book Beginnings on Friday is now hosted by Rose City Reader. The Friday 56 is hosted at Freda's Voice. Check out the links above for the rules and for the posts of the participants each week. Don’t dig for your favorite book, the coolest, the most intellectual. Use the CLOSEST.

This week I chose Dangerous Refuge by Elizabeth Lowell from my TBR mountain. Sometimes, after reading tons of review books by new authors, I just need to go back and read an author I know I like and a genre that is also a favorite. That is why I picked this romantic suspense title. Here is the description:
Murder and mystery spark unexpected romance in this captivating new tale from the beloved New York Times bestselling author Elizabeth Lowell.

On the surface Shaye Townsend has little in common with Tanner. He's a hard-edged big city cop come home to the historic Davis family ranch to settle his uncle's estate. She's working for an environmental conservancy that acquires and protects old ranches—and she wants to preserve the Davis homestead.

When the suspicious death of Tanner's uncle at his ranch throws the two opposites together, tempers flare and sparks fly. While they have trouble seeing eye to eye, Shaye and Tanner agree on one thing: They need to uncover the truth.

Combining their unique skills—Shaye's low-key approach and local connections and Tanner's experience as a homicide detective—the unlikely pair share long nights in the pursuit of justice. Before they know it, the friction they generate turns to heat, igniting a love neither ever expected to find.

They believe passion this intense cannot last. But when Shaye becomes a killer's target, Tanner realizes he'd give up anything to protect her—including his life.
There was no doubt about it. He was dead.  
Friday 56:
"Good think I wasn't hungry," she said.

"I offered to share." In fact, he'd like to share a lot more than a hamburger with her. She was surprisingly easy company, unafraid of either silence or conversation. 


  1. I agree that it's great fun to savor favorite authors...a good reason to pull something from the "mountain." Great excerpts!


  2. Hahaha! "unafraid of either silence or conversation". This means she likes to talk.

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