Monday, June 27, 2011

Romance Book Review: Delaney's Sunrise

Author: Rhonda Lee Carver
Digital ISBN: 9781616502836

Genre: Contemporary Romance/ Suspense
Publisher: Lyrical Press

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Five years ago Dee let her dead finance's brother, Abe, chase her away from Delaney Farm. Deciding it is time to move on with her life, Dee goes back to the Farm where she feels at home. The only problem is that no one is welcoming her home. Abe is more than less than welcoming. The new housekeeper didn't like her on site and the next door neighbor wants her to leave because she wants Abe all for herself. Soon the threats are rolling in and Dee doesn't know what the think.

Abe's emotions are all over the place when it comes to Dee. His brother left fifty percent of the farm to a woman he was engaged to for just two months before he died. Then there's the guilt he feels because his feelings for Dee aren't all that brotherly.

Can the couple find a way to learn to trust their feelings and escape the guilt before the threats to Dee turn deadly?

Well written contemporary romance, featuring a strong hero and a heroine who can handle everything he dishes out. Story line emphasises romance between the hero and the heroine more than the suspense factor leading up to the big scene final.

Five years ago, Dee Crawford's engagement to Jacob Delaney ended in death. Jacob's secrets followed him to his grave--and chased Dee from Delaney's Farm, and from his brother Abe's forbidden embrace. Yet when her own secrets send her back to Ohio and right into Abe Delaney's arms, old guilt comes to light, old passions reignite, and Jacob's secrets return to haunt them with more than just his memory. Someone in town wants Dee gone, and will do anything to stop her from uncovering the truth about her fiance's death. If Dee is to survive, she must expose Jacob's long-buried secrets...and expose her heart to Abe. Only by admitting their love can they ease the guilt that has plagued them for years. But will love be enough to save Dee when the next death on Delaney's Farm may be her own?

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