SECRET HARBOR by Anna Sullivan (February 24, 2015; Forever Mass Market; $8.00)
SCANDALOUS SECRETS LEAD TO DEADLY DESIRE . . .
Ten years ago, Paige Walker left her beloved home of Windfall Island to become an actress in Hollywood. Now she’s coming back a star, honored with awards and beset by scandal. Escaping from a tabloid frenzy of gossip and lies, Paige wants nothing more than to surround herself with old friends. She never expected to meet an infuriating-and sexy-stranger . . . or to find herself in true danger.
Brilliant attorney Alec Barclay came to Windfall to look for the kidnapped, long-lost heir to the Stanhope family fortune. What he finds is the most beautiful and enigmatic woman he has ever known. If his suspicions are correct, she’s the heir he’s been looking for . . . and the target of a deadly conspiracy. Drawn together by desire-but haunted by secrets of the past-Alec and Paige try to unlock a mystery as dangerous as it is irresistible. But every passion has a price . . .
Review – This was my first book by Anna Sullivan. It is the third in the series. She does a good job of filling you in so you don’t have the read the others but hooked it enough that do I want to read the first two. I’ve really been in the mood to read something suspenseful. I mean I love a good romance but I needed something more and SECRET HARBOR fit the bill perfectly.
Paige Walker came home because of a sex video surfaced that supposedly had her in it. She knew it wasn’t her but why deny it. Once back her friends keep trying to pair her up with Alec Barclay, a lawyer. Paige and two of her friends might be heirs to a fortune.
This was a good read, fast paced, and there was a lot of chemistry between Paige and Alec. I want to pick up the entire series.
I received a copy for my honest review, no other compensation was received.
About the author:
Anna Sullivan was born and raised in southeastern Michigan, the seventh of nine children, whose claim to fame was reading five books a week in grade school. Needless to say, her obsession with the written word only grew from there–despite a short, and misguided, foray into the world of computer science (the “sensible” job path). She still lives in Michigan, with her husband, three children and two dogs whose life of leisure she envies but would never be able to pull off.
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