Their love was forged in fire...
He would overwhelm a woman
Flynn knew that loving him and being loved by him would be an all-consuming passion. There would be no room for reason; there would be no halfway measures. He would demand everything from the woman he wanted, heart and soul and body....
“You frighten me,” she said, as the pulsing of her blood matched his. “I'll never hurt you.” She looked at this man whom she had watched reign supreme with nothing but the power in his two fists and she believed him. “I trust you,” she said softly, “and that frightens me even more.”
Later, many people would say they were there when it happened. They would say it was as obvious as lightning across a summer sky and twice as electrifying. But, in truth, it was a small moment-a brief flicker of acknowledgment, of destiny, that left both Flynn and Jack shaken to their cores.
©1990, 2013 Barbara Bretton (P)2014 Barbara Bretton
reunion, devotion and intrigue
Flynn and Jack meet when he pulls her out of a burning car on her wedding day. Amnesia makes Flynn forget who she is and the tragic accident that put her in the hospital. For one week Jack stays by Flynn's side while she recovers. A bond forms between them. After Flynn's uncle comes and takes her away to recover, they lose contact with each other and Jack isn't the same.
Years later a chance meeting brings them back together. Will their bond still be there and will it work out for them?
All We Know of Heaven is book 4 in the PAX series. Ms. Bretton has created a world of intrigue and suspense. I liked the premise of the story and how Flynn and Jack met, were separated and then met again.
Ms. Kane's narration of this story is spot on. She gives each character the emotion that propels the story forward. She makes you want to keep listening to the story and find out what happens next.
I would recommend this book to my friends who like romance and suspense. I would listen to this book again.
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