Stranger on the Shore by Josh Lanyon
In my list of reading. Will get to it soon, with any luck. I’ve loved everything I’ve ever read from Josh Lanyon. I’m sure this one will be no different.
It’s a mystery-suspense about a boy who was kidnapped twenty years ago and a journalist gets permission from the family, the first ever, to write a book about it.
The characters are wonderful, the journalist is so smart and cute and modest and the family’s attorney is drop-dead sexy and mysterious and fun.
A really nice love story too, even among danger, murder, doubt and sadness. Because it is sad, a four-year-old boy was kidnapped and his family never stopped looking for him. His parents died without knowing what happened to him. The ending is great, even if a little predictable. You don’t care if you guess what happened, it’s still breathtaking.
A very good book.
And lovely, lovely sex scenes.
(Parental guidance is suggested.)