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  1. says:

    These days I don't read a lot of romantic suspense I have a few favorite authors I still read but I rarely pick up a new to me romantic suspense My problem is I think too much to read and enjoy RS I can't get over the Super Security Specialist does nothing Super to protect little womenz from threats because he's too busy humping her leg every 5 seconds trope Or the we're in the jungle with bad guys surrounding us with gu

  2. says:

    I really don't know how to grade this book because to be honest it was weird and for a long time it was difficult to differentiate between th

  3. says:

    These days I don't read a lot of romantic suspense I have a few favorite authors I still read but I rarely pick up a new to me romantic suspense My problem is I think too much to read and enjoy RS I can't get over the Super Security Speciali

  4. says:

    Pure passionate perfection Delaney's Shadow is hauntingly poetic heart rendering and beyond incredibleIn Delaney's Shadow Ingrid Weaver crafts a story that will leave the reader mesmerized within the pages and the lives of the characters Many layers are blended together to create an incredibly uniue and memory staying tale of love loss mystery intrigue and indestructible bonds Delaney Wainwright and John Maxwe

  5. says:

    Delaney's Shadow by Ingrid Weaver is a romantic suspense with a bit of a paranormal element thrown inDelaney Wainwright has fond memories of her imaginary childhood friend Max Still recovering from a car accident that claimed her husband's life Delaney goes home to her grandmother's house to rest recuperate and hopefully recover her missing memories of the accident She's surprised when she starts dreaming about Max again especiall

  6. says:

    Another random pick at the libraryThis is an interesting plot lineNot your usual boy meets girl boy saves girl boy and girl meet when adults and realise they have loved each other forever KarCHing HEADeeDee believes she has an imaginary playmat

  7. says:

    The cover was what caught my eye then I read the back then I bought the bookThen I devoured the bookI love the story of Max Delaney I love the connection they have The mystery was a little predictable but I didn't care I was so firmly entrenched in the story The paranormal elements weren't over the tap I never found myself snorting an as if The romance was rather sweet with both Max Delaney overcoming their hur

  8. says:

    This book was pure magic The characters were believable and the pacing was perfect Most enthralling of all was the emotional

  9. says:

    Really liked the premise but it was a little hard to get into at first I put this down several times and almost felt like I forced myself to go further Max's character was really hard to like which was the point I know but his actions were very boorish and his redemption in the end felt rushed and kind of trite I did li

  10. says:

    Overall a good story line one I have not run ac across before It was a little long and redundant could have been shortened and still had the same effect I did get a little tired of Delaney's pleading for Max to help her but then again this was the bond that is the basis of the storyI will have to read the follow on book just so i

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Summary ´ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ☆ Ingrid Weaver

Years ago young John Maxwell Harrison saved little Delaney Wainwright from drowning forging a psychi. These days I don t read a lot of romantic suspense I have a few favorite authors I still read but I rarely pick up a new to me romantic suspense My problem is I think too much to read and enjoy RS I can t get over the Super Security Specialist does nothing Super to protect little womenz from threats because he s too busy humping her leg every 5 seconds trope Or the we re in the jungle with bad guys surrounding us with guns but OMG I NEED TO DO YOU RIGHT HERE RIGHT NOW tropeEven than that though I can t get over the little tiny seemingly unimportant details no other readers seem to notice Like common sense things or police procedural things or OMG WHY ARE YOU SO FREAKING STUPID thingsSo it was with trepidation that I picked this one up I honestly only meant to skim it a bit and before I knew it I was halfway through The pace of the novel was pretty uick and I enjoyed the paran

Summary Delaneys Shadow

Delaneys Shadow

Suspicious death that bond may be the only thing that can save them and the unreuited love they share. Really liked the premise but it was a little hard to get into at first I put this down several times and almost felt like I forced myself to go further Max s character was really hard to like which was the point I know but his actions were very boorish and his redemption in the end felt rushed and kind of trite I did like the concept and Ms Weaver is a very fine writer but the mystery suspense element of the book fell flat for me I will definitely still try out the next book The excerpt included in the back of this book makes me hopeful

Summary ´ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ☆ Ingrid Weaver

C bond that would endure for years And when the pair are reunited in the wake of Delaney's husband's. Pure passionate perfection Delaney s Shadow is hauntingly poetic heart rendering and beyond incredibleIn Delaney s Shadow Ingrid Weaver crafts a story that will leave the reader mesmerized within the pages and the lives of the characters Many layers are blended together to create an incredibly uniue and memory staying tale of love loss mystery intrigue and indestructible bonds Delaney Wainwright and John Maxwell Harrison were given an amazing and miraculous gift when Max saved Delaney from drowning as a toddler Delaney believes this gift of mental communication is nothing than her mind making up an imaginary friend Years later as she recovers from a devastating accident that claimed the life of her husband and left her badly burned she once again conjures up imaginary Max to help her through Max however has had a difficult time of life after being wrongly accused of attempted