"A srong work of romantic suspense"
Her ambition is to write travel articles for magazines, but
she lacks practical experiences. Thus Texan, Chloe Nichols
accepts a job as a tour guide to wealthy traveling senior
citizens visiting Europe. When she reaches Vienna, Chloe
expects the boring trip to remain so in spite of the
beautiful Danube setting. However, everything abruptly
changes when Chloe falls over a dead body and people start
shooting at her.
Former CIA agent Matthew Broussard rescues Chloe from a
killer. He is quite disappointed that he arrives too late
to learn more about the murderer who killed his beloved
years ago. However, his informant is the corpse that Chloe
tripped over and his quest has changed to keep the American
safe. As Matthew and Chloe pretend an engagement, they fall
in love, but his heart is wrapped inside guilt for failing
to keep his past loved one from harm.
The frantic pace of JUST BREATHE will leave readers on the
verge of asphyxiation, but comic relief from the traveling
tour group eases the tension just enough so the reader can
gulp some air. The lead characters are an intriguing duo
while the support cast adds villainy, scenery, or humor.
With this strong romantic suspense and Vienna, readers will
want to waltz to the nearest bookstore to find other tales
from Dee Davis.
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted June 30, 2001