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Jul 18, Maria rated it liked it Shelves: romance. All three books are equally enjoyable reads, something not often found in combined publications like this.
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I bought it for the Elizabeth Lowell contribution, but thoroughly enjoyed the Linda Howard book as well as the Kasey Michaels. I first read Elizabeth Lowell's Chain Lightning some years ago before I started scuba diving again and found that my experiences over the past few years with scuba diving really heightened my enjoyment this time around. I understood exactly what she was describing e All three books are equally enjoyable reads, something not often found in combined publications like this.
I understood exactly what she was describing even though I've never been on the Great Barrier Reef in Australia. However, at least this time around I had been to Australia, and her portrayal of the zany Australians was right on target. You have to love the people who could have defined the concept of "thinking outside the box". Oct 01, Carol rated it it was ok.
Why do I forget and pick up romance novels????? I think it's because I order the books on line and they are not listed as romance - ugh!!! I only read 1 of the 3 stories in the book, Duncan's Bride, it's formula sweet girl meets handsome but flawed and angry man, they are attracted, marry and sparks fly. He turns around and they live happily ever after. This happens to be set in modern times but it could just as well have been set in any time period from and the story would be the same Why do I forget and pick up romance novels?????
This happens to be set in modern times but it could just as well have been set in any time period from and the story would be the same with a different setting.
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Lowell; and Popcorn and Kisses by Kasey Michaels. This is a nice grouping of three great authors, but I especially loved "Chain Lightning" by Elizabeth Lowell. Great story line and character development for both main characters, plus the added bonus of a believable ending that their relationship could survive long term because the story evidences their genuine caring not just lust and development of trust. I would read this particular story again. Probably not the other two stories in this grouping, however.
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Mar 08, Angel rated it really liked it. First story was like an x-rated Sarah, Plain and Tall.
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Second story was really amazing and made me want to visit the Great Barrier Reef. Compared to the first two, the last story was just meh, but the theatre is two hours from my house. Three great authors and stories!!!!! Sep 25, Tammy Pickens rated it really liked it. A "feel good" read.
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Howington is an American best-selling romance author writing under the pseudonym Linda Howard. After 21 years of penning stories for her own enjoyment, she submitted a novel for publication which was very successful. Her first work was published by Silhouette in She is a charter member of Romance Librarian Note: There is more than one author in the GoodReads database with this name. The detective on the other end asked if she was sitting down. Borgeson had been in touch regularly with investigators over the last several months after authorities launched a renewed effort to solve the cold case , but the news was still unexpected.
The break in the case came from technology that would have baffled most in the s, an era better known for Watergate and the Vietnam War than cutting-edge investigative tools. Instead, investigators tested bodily fluids and blood left at crime scenes for proteins that helped provide clues or narrow a list of suspects.
However, that was far from an exact science, which made DNA testing so crucial when it arrived on the scene, said David Kaye, a lawyer and Pennsylvania State University professor who teaches the law of evidence and applications of forensic science. They had checked the DNA against databases of convicted felons over the years but continued to come up empty-handed. Private companies that provide ancestry searches from DNA samples submitted by paying participants usually also guarantee privacy for their users.
However, customers are alerted to potential matches and can then use the service to connect with possible relatives. As genealogical websites grow in popularity, so does their use as an investigative tool for law enforcement. Linda vanished July 6, , on her way home from summer school at what was then Lincoln Intermediate — now Lincoln Elementary — in Corona del Mar. She had called her mother for a ride home that afternoon but was told to walk instead — a detail that Borgeson said consumed her mother with guilt until she died in She started making calls, first to friends and neighbors, and later that evening to police.
Borgeson helped search, but she was less concerned. She figured her middle sister was being disobedient and would be in trouble when she finally arrived home. During their search, police uncovered a few clues that something nefarious may have happened, but nothing conclusive was found. A girl and her mother who saw Linda walking the day she disappeared told detectives that she had stopped near Marguerite Avenue and Inlet Drive, where a turquoise van was parked along the curb with its door ajar.
The driver was described as a man in his mids or early 30s with curly hair.