Sunday, June 2, 2013

Anne's Satin Sheets Romance Review of Rain Is A Love Song by Vonnie Davis

Title:  Rain Is A Love Song
Author:  Vonnie Davis
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Publisher: The Wild Rose Press; Crimson Rose 1st edition (February 22, 2013)
Genre:  Romantic Suspense
Length:  297 pgs
What should be a wonderful trip to Paris turns menacing when Gwen Morningstar's daughter is kidnapped by The Red Hand terrorist group. Fortunately, Jean-Luc LeFevre of France's Counterterrorism Unit is there to rescue her little girl. Gwen is grateful, but her need to apprehend the abductors must override any desire she feels for the handsome agent with his own brand of justice...and danger.
Jean-Luc is not pleased when Gwen, a crime scene photographer with just enough training to get them killed, is assigned to work with him. Not only does she take too many risks, she drives him to distraction.
As Gwen and Jean-Luc track the terrorists, their feelings for each other grow as fast as the danger. Jean-Luc is determined to protect Gwen and her daughter, but the sinister grasp of The Red Hand is strong and far-reaching. It will take more than love to keep them all safe.

Anne’s Review:
This is the second book in the Red Hand Conspiracy Series and it was fantastic!!  At first I was concerned that I may not be able to catch onto the plot having not read the first book.  To my surprise I was able to jump right in and not feel lost. 
Jean-Luc is a tough, sexy, special agent who feels responsible for his sister’s abduction and struggles to let anyone get close to him. Gwen is a fierce, protective mother who is nursing her own broken heart after the tragic death of her husband some years before.  When Gwen’s daughter is kidnapped they work together to bring the Red Hand terrorists down, while fighting the feelings they have for each other.

This book has it all from edge of your seat action, off the charts sexual chemistry, intrigue and humor.  It made me laugh, cry, cheer and sweat at the same time.  I highly recommend this book you will not be disappointed.  Well done Mrs. Davis now I am off to purchase Mona Lisa’s Room. 

1 comment:

  1. What a terrific review. If I hadn't already put the book on my TBR list, I most certainly would now. Nicely done.