Desperate Rescue - Janet Feldman Series

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Janet and Sally excitedly attend a posh party in an exclusive neighborhood not expecting one would be abducted and both would end up separated and in a very remote area far from home. A determined Janet attempts a daring rescue warily putting her trust in a mysterious mountain man for help. A high mountain cavern, unsavory sheriff, and three unlikely heroes add up to a suspense-filled intrigue. More
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About Peggy Lea Baker

Born and raised in California, and mother to five children, Ms. Baker enjoys a diverse life which includes writing, art, and amateur photography. Observing people, watching how they interact with others and cope with ongoing life events, provides her with ample material as she pursues her passion for writing suspense and intrigue fiction, and romance. Whether for youth, young adults or a more mature audience, she loves to create story lines that will capture her readers' attention and keep them turning the pages with one exciting and unexpected twist and turn after another.

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Review by: Stormswift on March 26, 2013 : star star star star
My favourite line in this book: “if someone screamed bloody murder in the middle of a forest and no one was there to help, would it make any difference if you screamed at all?”
Janet Feldman and her friend Sally are invited by strangers to a party of wealthy socialites. They are discomforted by the use of drugs at the party and try to leave. Sally is distracted when she is asked to dance by a very handsome man. Janet witnesses Sally being kidnapped and promptly chases after the kidnappers. The pursuer becomes the pursued in this fast paced novel. Janet doesn’t know whether she can trust the reclusive mountain main Greg Danes in her increasingly desperate quest to save Sally. Will Janet get to her in time or will she suffer the same fate as her friend?
Enjoyed this novel – a strong moral to the story – misplaced trust in strangers can be dangerous.
*Review also published on smashwords and diesel e-books.
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