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by Sharon Sala

  • ISBN: 1585475890
  • Category: Romantic Suspense
  • Subcategory: Love Story
  • Author: Sharon Sala
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Center Point Pub (January 5, 2005)
  • ePub book: 1368 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1929 kb
  • Other: mbr azw rtf docx
  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 556

Description

MIRA Books is also proud to publish. Sharon Sala under the pseudonym. Watch for Dinah McCall’s next novel. of romantic suspense.

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And you were also responsible for his care. You made your first mistake when you didn’t report him missing, and I can tell you now, if anything has happened to that man, I will see you in hell. Aaron shrank back against the Miami policeman and started to whine.

Olivia Sealy was two years old when she was kidnapped and her parents murdered. Solving the puzzle could be the last thing he doe. I Charlie Dodge knows what it’s like to have something important disappear. Charlie has devoted his career to saving what he can-missing people, threatened lives. But when prominent Denver multimillionaire Carter Dunleavy vanishes without a trace, Charlie and his assistant, Wyrick, discover missing doesn’t always mean gone.

Read Missing, by Sharon Sala online on Bookmate – A romantic suspense novel of a woman’s fatal allure and a soldier’s mission to protect her from the New York Times–bestselling author of Dark Water.

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Sharon Sala is a native of Oklahoma and a member of Romance Writers of America. She is a NYT, USA Today, Publisher's Weekly, WaldenBooks mass market, Bestselling author of 85 plus books written as Sharon Sala and Dinah McCall. She's a 7 time RITA finalist, Janet Dailey Award winner, 5 time National Reader's Choice Award winner, 4 time Career Achievement Award from RT Magazine, 4 time winner of Colorado Romance Writers Award of Excellence.

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- Dark Water (Mira Books, 11/02) reached #15 on the New York Times bestseller list, # 12 on the Publishers Weekly list and #36 on the USA Today list.- Dark Water had an NSR of 56%- Sharon Sala's Snowfall (Mira Books, 11/01) reached #16 on the New York Times extended bestseller list, #39 on the USA Today list and #13 on the Publishers Weekly bestseller list.- Snowfall achieved an incredible 67% NSR!- Sharon Sala also writes under the pseudonym Dinah McCall.

Comments

Tori Texer Tori Texer
I enjoyed this book. But one problem I had was the really quick ending that just seemed to stop the story before some questions were answered. So be prepared.
Zeks Horde Zeks Horde
Sharon has always been one of my favorite authors. Couldn't put this one down till I finished it. Now to find another one of her books I haven't read.
Faebei Faebei
The book starts very dynamically, describing an officer who has only recently returned from a mission in Iraq and still suffers from PTSD. He realizes that he has offered himself completely to the military but has missed his wife and even more so the growing up of his little son. Sala describes how the father, Wes Holden, gets himself and his little family ready to return to the military base, where something horrible happens, which results in Wes losing his wife and son.

This part of the book was very emotional, the scenes between father and son described in an absolutely moving way. When disaster stroke and Wes loses his family I was close to crying. Very well done!

After being catatonic for some time, Wes plans and escapes a greedy family member who tries to financially exploit his situation. He starts wandering around and ends up in a forgotten place somewhere in West Virginia. So far so good, because after his arrival in that forgotten place, the book takes a downward slope: dreams come true, spiritual elements and visions as well as a lot of religious citations made me think that this is a book belonging to the category of Christian literature. In any case, the romance between Wes and Ally was very chaste, except for one scene where I had the impression that the author tried to escape the label of Christian literature by any means.

The suspense part of the book was unimpressive and amateurish. Surely this book had a lot of potential, which according to my opinion wasn't fully exploited. The end was entirely unelaborated and completely rushed as if the necessary page numbers were delivered and there was no more space to be filled. What a pity!
Hbr Hbr
This was a very interesting story. It gives an insight into some problems that our military suffer when they come back from a war. It shows how different environments affect people, whether they live in the city or in rural areas. It shows how even in a small town, greed can show up, to spoil a small town. All together it was a great book, there was love, compassion for other people, the will to survive.
Saberblade Saberblade
Good read, entertaining but nothing great.
Burking Burking
I love all Ms Sala's books. It was so sad when Wes was lost. When he found Ally, I cheered. All the books Ms Sala writes are emotion packed. I couldn't put it down, couldn't wait to see what was going to happen next. I have read each book written by Sharon Sala & Dinah McCall and each one is a keeper. If you haven't already read her books, I urge you to do so, you won't regret it.
Phallozs Dwarfs Phallozs Dwarfs
I enjoy her true to life stories. She makes it difficult to put the story down. A good read for anyone.
It was fast moving and a different story line. A lot of insight into the problems of returning vets when they return from war.