"Another fast-paced romantic suspense from Ms Wainscott"
Winslow Talbot knows that people considered her to be
beautiful, but that wasn't so after the terrible car
accident when she was a young girl. When she hears the
news of a hit and run boating accident which leaves a
young girl with facial injuries, it touches her heart and
Winslow becomes involved. Clues later lead Winslow to
believe that her step-sister Ashlyn's fiancÚ may be
involved in the accident.
Newspaper editor, Alex Diaz is not the kind of man who has
time for spoiled society women, but the more time he
spends with Winslow, the more he rethinks his impression
of her. Alex knows the American-Cuban community and the
injured girl's family; so agrees to help Winslow in her
amateur investigating. With his growing feelings for her
and her lying to him, it is hard to keep her safe.
This was a fast-paced romantic suspense that kept interest
even when you knew "who done it". The family
relationships were somewhat dysfunctional with Ashlyn's
fiancÚ playing members against each other. He is a
villain that generates anger in the reader as much as the
events he puts into motion.
Reviewed by Cy Korte
Posted January 26, 2007