Praise for romantic suspense by Pamela Burford:
“Pamela Burford's Twice Burned is wonderfully sexy and exciting!” — New York Times best-selling author Anne Stuart
“Everything from dangerous passions to deadly chills. Take heart, Intrigue fans, Pamela Burford has arrived.” — New York Times best-selling author Maggie Shayne
“Pamela Burford is one of the best writers of romantic suspense!” — Harriet Klausner for Painted Rock Reviews
“Gifted author Pamela Burford delivers a sexy, tension-packed sizzler with a tough, strong hero guaranteed to make our hearts throb!” — Romantic Times
“You will love every minute of this chilling story of a fear-love relationship that walks the finest edge of danger.” — Affaire de Coeur
“A great romance and a terrific thriller!” — Literary Times
“I couldn't tear myself away until I'd read the last page. The writing is fast-paced and provocative as this highly talented author once again provides a stunning story.” — Old Book Barn Gazette
Is an uncomplicated divorce and a fresh start at forty too much to ask? Apparently it is for Lucy Narby, whose life goes from blah to bizarro when competing kidnappers lock horns in her kitchen. And really, does the victor have to be that hot? If this is the Stockholm syndrome, it sure didn’t take her long to catch it!
Lucy’s kidnapper calls himself Will but looks suspiciously like ’80s child TV star Ricky Baines, whose acting career was cut short when he himself was snatched and held for ransom 25 years ago in a notorious cold case that remains unsolved. Will’s gang includes an aging French bombshell, an outlandish Irish giant with a mysterious past and a thing for Will’s sister, and long-lost Cousin Hal—a charming fellow who neglects to mention that he happens to be the twisted sociopath who kidnapped Will when he was still America’s favorite little star. Hal spent the past quarter century in the slammer for an unrelated murder, and now he’s out and determined to locate the $2 million ransom Will’s family paid. Someone else dug up the cash while Hal was behind bars, and that sort of thing tends to make twisted sociopaths a tad grouchy.
Fortunately (or not), Lucy’s bigamous ex is on the case. But so are a gay private eye in a fat suit and a bad-tempered parrot with an ax to grind, so no worries. Everyone has a secret and no one is who he seems when Kidnap Fever strikes.
Find out why Snatched has been described as “Janet Evanovich meets the Coen Brothers.” About 108,000 words.
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Published August 7, 2013
Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Romance, Literature & Fiction.