Out of the Blue by JoAnn Ross
(Stewart Sisters Trilogy)

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Continuing her sparkling, sexy Stewart Sisters trilogy, bestselling author JoAnn Ross pens a romantic suspense story set in the glorious Great Smoky Mountains, where a tough man and a passionate woman find love amid danger.
Lark Stewart is on the run from a singing career that skyrocketed out of control...and from someone who's bent on murder. When one of her band members is killed in New Orleans, Lucas McCloud -- her first love and a former FBI agent -- takes Lark home. But the remote Stewart family resort offers no protection from the madman who's working his way across the mountains.
A Desert Storm hero and FBI sniper, Lucas is haunted by a tragic mission in his past. But with the mysterious killer stalking Lark, Lucas is forced back into the life he left behind. For Lark is the only woman he's ever loved, and the only person who can save his soul...provided he saves her first.

About JoAnn Ross

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Romance author JoAnn Ross was born in Santa Monica, California and grew up in Oregon. Before becoming a full-time author in 1983, she worked as an advertising account executive and for a large metropolitan newspaper. She has written over 95 novels and has won numerous awards including Romantic Times's Career Achievement Awards in both category and contemporary single title. She also writes under the names of JoAnn Robbins and JoAnn Robb. Because she gives writing workshops on-line and at conferences, she was named the Romance Writers of America's Pro-Mentor of the Year. She currently lives with her husband in Tennessee.
Published March 2, 2004 by Pocket Books. 384 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction, History. Fiction

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Ross's latest, the second in a trilogy begun with the far stronger Out of the Mist , follows famous country singer Lark Stewart through perils worthy of the silent screen's Pauline.

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Open Letters Monthly

There are many interviews with lightning-strike survivors in Out of the Blue, including those somewhat sad individuals familiar to talk-show audiences and viewers of “Ripley’s Believe It or Not,” the multiple-strike survivors, so-called “human lightning rods.” The physiological reasons why some p...

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Time Out Chicago

His fingers were a flurry of strange chords chiming across odd tunings as he bridged the blues with British folk in a way that reduced what one presumes was a crowd pretty unfamiliar with his history or work—he’s been active nearly as long as Young —to a respectful silence.

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