Saturday, March 29, 2014

Slip Into the Night by Tracie Ingersoll Loy Review

Title: Slip Into the Night
Author: Tracie Ingersoll Loy
Genre: Women's Fiction
Pages: 291
Price: $4.99
Thoughts: A wonderful read for a rainy day.

Book Synopsis:

Jeannie Rogers has retreated to Hartz Island to follow her dream of opening a small cafe and catering for the Lodge .

Retired Navy SEAL Commander Kip Hendricks has one mission in life - to stop terrorism. He and his crew have arrived on Hartz Island for a surveillance op - monitoring Indonesian cargo ships which they believe are being used to smuggle terrorists into the USA. They bunker down at the Lodge to discuss tactics.

From the moment Jeannie falls into Kip's arms while delivering her pies, both worlds are turned upside down. Things continue to heat up when they spend a night out on the water, then discover the hidden cove where the terrorist have slipped into the the night.

Intrigue and romance sizzle as Jeannie and Kip explore the intense attraction they have for each other while discovering that life is not so innocent on Hartz Island!


I love the feel of this book. The author writes in such a way that you are drawn into the book and everything around you seems to disappear. If you're looking for a book that pulls you away, this is the one to read. It's the perfect read for a rainy day or a lazy weekend. I can't wait to read more from this author.

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