Tuesday, April 10, 2007

Hearts in Hiding by Betsy Brannon Green


Great book. Kept me intrigued from the beginning. This is book one in the "Haggerty" series. It was fun to learn about southern hospitality along with the romance and intrigue.

Description: Devastation, betrayal, self-pity, anger- none of these words do any justice to the tangle of emotions Kate Singleton is experiencing. Married just over a year, with a baby on the way, Kate learns that her husband, and FBI agent, is dead. To top it off, the same people who murdered her husband have a contract on her head.

With the help of the FBI, Kate flees with little more that the clothes on her back. And in no time at all, they provide her with new clothes, a new home, a new name, and. . . a new husband.

But this is only the beginning of Kate's adventure. Before it's through, there will be a kidnapping, true love, and enough suspense to keep any reader turning pages long after bedtime. Hearts in Hiding is an action-packed, romantic first novel by gifted author Betsy Brannon Green.

1 comment:

JoAnna D. said...

This is my favorite book of hers, it isn't the one that started me reading her. Ms. Eugenia is my favorite and keeps that town hopping. I absolutely have loved her books and spent many hours reading and re-reading her books. I have missed the LDS influence of her current books. It seems like many of the great LDS authors have tried to mainstream. :(