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Mass Market Paperback Familiar Stranger Book

ISBN: 0373271522

ISBN13: 9780373271528

Familiar Stranger

(Book #12 in the A Year of Loving Dangerously Series)

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Familiar Stranger by Sharon Sala released on May 25, 2001 is available now for purchase. This description may be from another edition of this product.

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#12 IN THE SPEAR SAGA -- BUT

FINALY - We can put a name and face to Jonah.Simon didn't come as to great a surprise -- but he was a worthy nemisis for Jonah. Although not a happy one.Much as I enjoyed the story of David and Cara I was left with such a feeling of regret and sadness for all these two had lost.The action, tension and drama made this story worthy of the 12 month build-up -- OK you editors -- lets have return visits to the agents that have quit or retired [an update on their family lives] and become involved in helping new agents of SPEAR in move covert operations. There is a new Jonah to follow and this time give him a woman who can handle his type of life. One who is as adept at disappearing [with their children]as Jonah is and just as deadly.Ah well, a very good series although some books were a little weak in the action and danger department but on the whole the characters were excellent. But we need to push aside some of these wishy, washy females and get some that can handle life with more positive outlooks. Ones who will follow their men into hell and back.Yup! sure is a keeper -- Recommended --M --- Still!!!!

One of the best writer's around!

Sharon Sala once again proves that she should be at the top of the writing chain. What an end to a so-so series "A year of living dangerously". Ms. Sala started it off with a bang and ended it the same way. A sexy story of the top-dog of SPEAR and his long lost love. Cara and David are a wonderful couple. Given their age, they are grandparents, albeit ones with great bodies and faces to match they lead us on a journey of rediscovery and forgiveness. It is wonderfully written. Suspenseful and at times heartbreaking, this book is a keeper. Highly recommended!

Another Sharon Sala Winner!

He's known as Jonah within the agency, but to Cara Justice he's simply David Wilson, her first love, and the father of her oldest daughter. And he's the man she's thought was dead. David walked away from the woman he loved more than three decades ago to save her, to give her some semblance of a normal life. But there's nothing that can tear him away from her side again...except the man who will stop at nothing to have his revenge against David.This may be part of a series, but the book stands alone as a story of a reunion, of a love that was meant to be--a story of two people whose love triumphs over everything.

Super 12

This is the final story of a twelve part super thriller with heros more beliveable than most. A wonderful connecting story line that holds you enthralled for twelve months. Hope to see more like these.

Wow! A must read! Very highly recommended

A Year of Living Dangerously reaches its breath-taking conclusion with the same author whom began this memorable series, Sharon Sala. In FAMILIAR STRANGER, Sala masterfully blends romance and danger in a daring combination sure to set the reader's interest aflame.When the brothers last met in Vietnam, Frankie shot younger brother David Wilson is an arms deal gone wrong. Despite his brother's betrayal of family and country, David attempted to set the warehouse on fire, allowing the evidence to burn. What David didn't know was that his badly scarred elder brother not only survived the fire, but also vowed revenge. Forty years later, the leader of SPEAR Jonah is ready for his career to end. He's tired of secrets, lies and the devastating losses. He's ready to resume his true identity as David Wilson and seek out the woman he lost all those years ago. David has other unfinished business, however. He must bring to a conclusion the situation between himself and his brother. That situation has already cost numerous SPEAR operatives incredible pain and damage. And until that showdown comes to a conclusion, David cannot dream of a future with the woman he loves.David's unexpected reappearance, after the shock wears off, brings Cara incredible joy. It also goes to show that she'd known the boy, not the dark brooding man. After all these years apart, Cara wouldn't mind the rituals of courtship, but refuses to waste any time, as whatever he offers is enough, proving the powerful tug of passion regardless of the number of gray hairs. Sharon Sala pens an unexpectedly poignant tribute to those who give their lives to protect the citizens of this country. With a deep understanding of the devastating effects of war, from battle damage to nightmares to those left behind, Sala creates a touching tale of revenge, joy, and love. The characters, including the secondary characters, are extraordinary, drawn with rich detail and given the maturity of age. Bravo to Sala and to Harlequin for making mature characters the center of this remarkable novel. As much as I enjoy the twenty and thirty somethings, the maturity of characters such as these has richness and depth that remains unequalled. Very highly recommended.
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