Danger in the Shadows
Sara's terrified. She's doing the one thing she cannot afford to do: fall in love with a famous man, former pro football player Adam Black. Sara is hidden away in the witness protection program, her safety dependent on staying invisible -- and loving Adam could get her killed. Her brother, FBI agent Dave Richman (O'Malley series book one, The Negotiator), has his hands full providing her security from the man who kidnapped her and her twin sister and caused her sister's death. Soon they are caught in a chain of events that brings Sara face-to-face with terror...and with the sure knowledge that only God can set her free from the Danger in the Shadows.
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Her sleep had been peaceful, but the memories were still near the surface. Thank
goodness the memories had not invaded her dreams last night. To kill time and to
keep from thinking about Adam, Sara picked up the book on the end table.
He had watched his fathers peaceful death less than a year before, and the
memories of that day were still vicious. If Sara got close to her complete
memories of what had happened during those nine days... she was not going to
be able to ...
He was different than the childhood memories she had of him. Not as tall, not as
big. . .and he bled, he died. Already the past had a different emotional feel. She
thought about the cellar, and it was Kim she remembered, not Krane. They were ...
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - lchs.mrso - LibraryThing
Danger In The Shadows by Dee Henderson is a book about a girl named Sarah who was kidnapped with her sister but only Sarah survived. Sarah is still being stalked. The cover of this has a picture of Sarah. People who enjoy suspense and romance should read this book. Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Northern_Light - LibraryThing
This book is an introduction to the O'Malley series by Dee Henderson and features the story of Sara who is still living under the cloud of her kidnapping 26 years previously. The kidnapper is still ... Read full review