Was it an earthquake? A meteor? Or something else entirely?
Running from a marriage proposal in Seattle, Dana Ingram returns to her parents' farm in Western Colorado for a two-week vacation in Paradox Valley. Only a couple of days into it, however, a small earthquake leaves them without power. Cars won't start, batteries don't work, and cell phones are useless.
When a Black Hawk helicopter vanishes off of radar, Captain Corey Conaway is sent in to locate it and its crew - all while keeping the disappearance out of the media. When she meets Dana and her cousin, Butch, Corey solicits their help in the search. But as they travel on horseback through the rugged and remote Paradox Valley, what they stumble upon soon has them running for their lives.
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One of the best I have read in a long time. Loved the story line as it was not your typical lesbian love story but actually had some content and intensity to it.
I'm not a sifi book kinda person but this book was amazing kept me interested and guessing the whole time w lesbian romance on top of that. not one bad thing to say about this book
This book was bone chilling and full of suspense as any movie! From start to finish this book and the story was so incredible believable that I know there has got to be more to this story!! This is a must read with on the edge of the seat story line -- story telling at its best! Abby reads with such depth and insight into the characters and that, too, made the story so believable -- another win for Ma. Hill's fantastic writing talent! A+ storyline!
I didn't know I'd need a light on to listen to this one! Love Abby Craden!
Yes, because it was good and I probably missed something.
Killing off aliens.
Cory. To get into her mind, and hear her adventures in military.
Gerri Hill tried something different, and did it well.
OK. The story isn't to bad. But it is (boiled down to its bare essence) a local zombie apocalypse caused by a crashed alien craft, around which is wrapped a small lesbian romance. The aliens are never seen, nor described, but it is just enough to get it classified as Science Fiction. If you like zombie type stories, you will probably like this one. I don't however, and keep wondering why zombie crap keeps showing up under the Science Fiction genre. It doesn't belong there. It belongs under the Horror genre. Oh. There isn't a Horror genre, is there.
This is such a great book. Action. Intrigue. Romance. This book has it all. It was a roller coaster from beginning to end. There were parts that I found myself holding my breath. Seriously, a nail biting thriller! Abby Craden takes a little getting used to, but once you do, it's an amazing ride!
I love a good romance, but it's great when the romance takes a second seat to the main plot of the story. Slightly creepy and mysterious with characters I liked right away. And the performance as usual was excellent. I’ve heard Abby Craden before and it's always a pleasure to hear her. This was well written and moved along at a nice pace.
When the group of men camp for the night and some of them are drawn to something on the ridge and what happens when they finally reach the ridge.
I enjoy the way she gives life to the characters, you begin to know whos who just by the changes in her voice. she does justice to the books by keeping the tone of the scene. Her voice is also pleasent to listen too.
yes if I had the time.
"abby craden saved the day."
Love abby craden's reading style and voice. would have preferred more physical description of the relationship.
"Struggling to finish this"
The narrater is very good. But im not a fan of this story at all. UFO's really? I hope it gets better
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