Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Water From the Moon (Futures & Securities) by Terese Ramin Review

Title: Water From the Moon
Series: Futures and Securities
Author: Terese Ramin
Genre: Romantic Suspense
Pages: 216
Price: $2.99 or FREE for Prime Members
Thoughts: Action-packed romantic suspense.

Book Synopsis:

Cameron Smith, the world’s youngest self-made billionaire, was not the kind of businessman who personally dealt with violently emerging third world countries, yet that’s where he found himself.

Acasia Jones, a hostage retrieval expert, had known Cameron since they were teenagers. Their friendship had been accidental and immediate and love quickly followed. But fate had steered them apart, and only now, 16 years later, did it force them back together in the midst of machine gun fire and a race for survival in the South American rainforest.

Would he understand her life choices and the terrifying experiences on which they were based? Would she allow him to bridge her protective barriers? Or would their love remain elusive… like WATER FROM THE MOON?


A sexy second chance at romance. Water From the Moon is an action-packed romantic suspense novel that draws you in from page one. When the main character is tasked with protecting a former lover, will she give love a second chance? If you love romances about couples getting back together, read this one.

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