Veterinarian Devon Brady is working in a makeshift hospital on a remote search-and-resuce mission. When a man arrives with his wounded black Labrador, Devon has no idea she's about to be plunged into a whirlwind of terror and destruction. Martin's Press.Veterinarian Devon Brady is working in a makeshift hospital on a remote search-and-resuce mission. When a man arrives with his wounded black Labrador, Devon has no idea she's about to be plunged into a whirlwind of terror and destruction. Martin's Press.Read Less
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Publishers Weekly, 2008-08-11 Usually adept at fusing well-developed characters with edge-of-your-seat action and adventure, bestseller Johansen (Pandora's Daughter) stumbles in this novel of romantic suspense revolving around a tumultuous relationship. Veterinarian Devon Brady and enigmatic former navy SEAL Jude Marrok meet on a small Caribbean island recently devastated by an earthquake. When a sniper shoots Marrok's rescue dog, Ned, while searching for survivors in the rubble of a village, Marrok orders Brady to treat the black Lab, then promptly disappears. In a note he leaves for Brady, he promises to pick up Ned from her later. Soon after returning to her home on the outskirts of Denver with Ned, Brady finds herself a target in a deadly conflict involving international intelligence agents, ruthless billionaire entrepreneurs and Native American shamanism. An unnecessarily convoluted and at times unbelievable plot builds to a predictable conclusion. 650,000 first printing. (Oct.) Copyright 2008 Reed Business Information.
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