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Sunday, September 9, 2012

The Line Between Here and Gone - Andrea Kane



Released July 2012

Andrea Kane
Harlequin

Book Review by Tracy Farnsworth

Andrea Gleason's become desperate to save the life of her newborn who needs a bone marrow transplant. Doing what any desperate mom would do to save her child, Andrea contacts Forensic Instincts to find the father of her newborn child. Andrea's infant is dying and the only hope now is to find the father and find out if he is a match.

The team at Forensic Instinct know they have to help her, but they never expected the case to become so dangerous and take so many turns. The clock is ticking and with each passing day the infant's health deteriorates more and more. Will they find the father in time?

The Line Between Here and Gone is an edge-of-your-seat suspense. There are romantic trysts within the novel, but I didn't find they were essential to the storyline. I think had I read the other books in the series, the hook ups would have been more intriguing. Bottom line is that I wanted to see if Andrea's infant survived or not, and that kept me glued to the pages.


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