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Midnight Sacrifice

Midnight Sacrifice

Written by Melinda Leigh

Narrated by Christopher Lane


Midnight Sacrifice

Written by Melinda Leigh

Narrated by Christopher Lane

ratings:
4/5 (13 ratings)
Length:
9 hours
Released:
Apr 16, 2013
ISBN:
9781469290539
Format:
Audiobook

Description

2014 Daphne du Maurier Award Finalist

One by one, people are mysteriously disappearing from a small Maine town.

Four months ago, a ruthless murderer killed two people and kidnapped three more, including Danny Sullivan's sister, who barely escaped. Unfortunately so did the killer, vanishing without a trace into the vast wilderness. When the police fail to find his sister's captor, Danny returns to Maine to hunt him down.

He begins his search with another survivor, bed and breakfast owner Mandy Brown, but her refusal to cooperate raises Danny's suspicions. What is the beautiful innkeeper hiding?

Mandy Brown has a secret. But sexy Danny Sullivan, his relentless questions, and the desire that simmers between them threaten to expose the truth. A revelation that puts her family in danger. As more people disappear, it becomes clear the killer is planning another ritual…and that he's circling in on Mandy.

Released:
Apr 16, 2013
ISBN:
9781469290539
Format:
Audiobook

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  • (4/5)
    This book returns to the setting of the first book in the series but this time focusing on the owner of the local B&B, Mandy, and the brother of the victim of the first book, Danny Sullivan. We also have the same villain, who escaped justice at the end of the first book. Danny has come looking for said villain and hopes that Mandy can help him. Of course hormones get in the mix as well as a group of missing persons.I really liked this book. The characters were well defined and I felt that their motivations were believable. You have to be able to accept that the villain is a "Druid" planning a ritual sacrifice, but if that is not a stumbling point you should enjoy the story. There is some spicy sex but it is not too much and it is nice that the don't actually have sex until late in the book. That makes it more believable, even though they are craving each other from the start. There is some nice action and despite the crazy man in the woods, the descriptions sort of made me want to go to Maine. So I am looking forward to the next book in the series.
  • (5/5)
    I just really love all of her books! All of them!