Heartbreaker

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Random House Publishing Group, Aug 24, 2011 - Fiction - 400 pages
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While vacationing in Utah’s mountain wilderness, Lynn Nelson suddenly finds herself having to deal with her teenage daughter Rory’s raging hormones. The object of Rory’s passion is their guide, drop-dead gorgeous Jess Feldman, a man the divorced Lynn instinctively distrusts, even as she shields herself from his blazing baby blues. But after Lynn and Rory fall off a cliff of sheared rock, Jess becomes their only hope. Risking his life, he navigates them through the impenetrable forest thousands of feet below, unwittingly plunging them into a danger more menacing than they could have imagined. Exhausted and injured, all they have is one another—a terrified child, and a man and a woman who rediscover passion in each other’s arms—as they race against time for their lives.

Praise for Heartbreaker
 
“A romantic thriller, not to be missed.”The Philadelphia Inquirer
 
“Brilliant . . . Nonstop action combines with humor and romance.”Romantic Times
 
“A fast-paced tale.”The Chattanooga News


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The Uinta mountain range in Utah is descriptively rendered in this story, which at the outset, is about a class of schoolgirls and their mother/chaperons taking a wilderness adventure vacation guided ... Read full review

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"How many more...heaving bosoms must readers endure?" groaned LJ's reviewer of Hunter's Moon (LJ 11/15/95). Not enough, if its appearance on national best sellers lists is any indication. A man and woman are separated from their cohorts during a wilderness trip, with predictable results. Read full review

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Karen Robards is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of forty-three books and one novella. The mother of three boys, she lives in her hometown of Louisville, Kentucky.


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