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Review: As Long As You Both Shall Live

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Review: As Long As You Both Shall Live

As Long As You Both Shall Live by Linda K. Rodante
Reviewed by: Pam Graber
Genre: Romantic Suspense
Publisher: Lone Mesa Publishing
Publication Date: February 7, 2016

John Jergenson returns from a month-long mission trip to Indonesia certain of two things: one, he wants to return to the mission field on a permanent basis and two, he wants Sharee Jones at his side as his wife. As Sharee meets him at the airport, John greets her with a diamond and a proposal. Expecting an ecstatic “YES!” John is stunned when Sharee instead bursts into tears and asks for time to consider. When a despondent John returns to his apartment, he is blindsided by a hit and run driver which puts him in the hospital with a broken leg and various other injuries.

Sharee is thrilled to have John home but she has more on her mind than his proposal. The hang-up calls she’s been getting the entire time John was gone have her jumping at her own shadow. Could his accident be related? When Sharee is followed out of the church parking lot and pushed off the road, the incidents ramp up from annoying to sinister. Does she have a stalker? Who is trying to keep her and John apart?

As Long as You Both Shall Live is the second book in Linda K. Rodante’s Dangerous series. The action is non-stop, hair-raising excitement. I’ll admit that there were WAY too many times when I mentally yelled at Sharee, “NO, What are you thinking going into that dark parking lot?” The final show-down was intense and unexpected. Readers of romantic suspense books need to add this one to their TBR stacks! Once I started it I didn’t get much sleep until it was finished. I definitely would recommend it and am looking forward to going back and reading book 1, Amber Alert then book 3, Splashdown!

Rated PG: The suspense is pretty intense throughout the book. I wouldn’t recommend it for young readers.

Reviewer’s copy was provided by the Publisher. Thank you!


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