Snowbound

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Bold Strokes Books, 2011 - Fiction - 240 pages

"The policewoman got shot and she's bleeding everywhere. Get someone here in one hour or I'm going to put her out of her misery."

An ultimatum that forever changes the lives of police officer Sam Lucas and Dr. Kate Myles.

When heavy snowfall isolates the small English village of Birchenlow, a violent robbery shatters the community. Taken as a hostage and stranded with the increasingly desperate criminals, Sam is seriously injured during an ill-fated escape attempt. Already struggling to save the lives of the villagers caught up in the raid, Kate volunteers to walk straight into the lion's den. Cut off from help, with only each other to rely on, Sam and Kate must find a way to fight the odds and stay alive if the growing attraction between them is to survive.

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User Review  - amcheri - LibraryThing

Still really like this book. The addition of a narrator was nice and getting the accents was a great addition. I recommend this book no matter which version you get. Read full review

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User Review  - Ferox - Goodreads

Finally a chance to read this in proper printed-book form :-) (I know the author well, so it wouldn't be fair for me to rate or review this.) Read full review

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About the author (2011)

Cari Hunter lives in the Northwest of England with her partner, two cats, and a pond full of frogs. She works full-time as a paramedic and dreams up stories in her spare time.

Cari enjoys long, wind-swept, muddy walks in her beloved Peak District and forces herself to go jogging regularly. In the summer she can usually be found sitting in the garden with her feet up, scribbling in her writing pad. She also loves hiking in the Swiss Alps and hanging out in various television fandoms. Although she doesn't like to boast, she will admit that she makes a very fine Bakewell Tart.

Snowbound is her first novel.

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