Reclaimed, A Christmas Short Story

Rated 4.00/5 based on 2 reviews
FBI Special Agent in Charge Connor Donovan devoted his adult life to advancing his career in the FBI, but he lost his wife and marriage in the process. Now the mobster he just incarcerated is out on bond and holding Karen captive in a scheme of revenge. Maybe it's too late to save his marriage, but Connor is bound and determined to save Karen's life, even at the cost of his own. More

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About Marliss Melton

Marliss Melton enjoyed an exotic childhood growing up overseas where entertainment meant riding on elephants in Laos, visiting museums in Paris, and tracking tigers in northern Thailand. With the world her home, she excelled in language, music, and story-telling. Marliss has taught various aspects of language in high schools and universities, including the College of William and Mary and ODU, her alma maters. She has published medieval romance but is most well-known for her military romantic suspense novels featuring Navy SEALs and agency heroes. Marliss lives in Williamsburg with youngest child and two dogs.

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Review by: April Renn on Oct. 13, 2013 :
Loved it! fast paced and filled with romance, suspense and action.
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Review by: April Renn on Oct. 13, 2013 :
I’m a Marliss Melton fan and this short story does not disappoint in any way. Even though it has been awhile since I’ve read some of the books in this series, I was able to jump right into the story and not feel lost with the characters or referenced events.

Reclaimed is loaded with action and suspense. I loved the ‘mature romance’ aspect of the story as well, giving us all hope that passion is still relevant as we age and second chances can be had. I would recommend this book.

Rating: 4

Heat Rating: Mild

Reviewed by: Karen C

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