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  • Some books just stay with you even when they are closed. Shadow by Maureen A. Miller is this type of book. It has all of the characteristics I expect of a book from author – great story line, well developed characters, and a great balance of romance and suspense. Shadow had me engaged from the first page and looking over my shoulder until the very end. And yes, I mean literally. I was out one night when it was dark and wondered if the Shadow was out there somewhere. I love it when books come alive and affect me even when I am not reading them! In Shadow we meet Sophie who is trying like crazy to move on with her life after her boss up and left the counseling firm she worked. While dealing with unemployment she also has a stalker who she has nicknamed The Shadow that follows here around all the time. Even when she moves to London! She is fiesty and strong and everything you want in a heroine. The hero of the story, Glenn, is not at all what I expected after my first impression of him. He is so broken and still so very kind and thoughtful. His story brought tears to my eyes and my heart ached for him. All I could think about was how good it is that he has Sophie in his life. Sophie and Glenn are an unlikely pair, which I loved. The chemistry was pretty hot between them and when they weren’t solving crimes I loved getting lost in their intimacy. Despite the circumstances under which they met, their romance was very sweet and makes you realize that you never know where you will find your true love. I love supporting characters in stories because many times they steal the scene. Sam was that character in Shadow that did it for me. He is witty, protective and sweet. He was that friend to Sophie in London that she needed when she had no one else. Loved him! Miller lets the reader figure out the clues as to what happened to Sophie’s boss along with the characters and it’s fun to be in a mystery like that. Shadow is unique, intriguing, and moves at a quick pace. If you are looking for a romantic suspense that will pull you in from the beginning, give you the chills, get your pulse racing and your heart bursting with joy, I suggest you give Shadow a try.

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  • Terrible, illogical

    Oh my. So, this counsellor is closing up her missing boss's business and some guy keeps following her, asking where's the boss? She runs away. Doesn't talk to him, or ask any questions, or deal in any sensible way. Doesn't act like a counsellor at all. Magically gets a job in England, with no interview. An apartment comes with the job (yeah, right). Then she's hit by a cab and her stalker magically appears, saying he will protect her. It does not improve. Don't waste your time.

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  • I'm being picky

    I was going to rate as 4 stars but when I started to write the review, it was the irritations that came to mind. It annoyed me that "The Shadow" (Glenn) spent so much time stalking her - "I don't know where he is", "I believe you... Where is Nathan?" Also, when she was in hospital, the nurse came to her bed from another patient, reached out her gloved hand (not fresh) and introduced herself as "Doctor". It would have been easy to say "the staff member". Sounds kind of sexist as written. I know that these comments sound picky but they sum up my impression of the book.

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  • Perfect for the story

    From start to finish I was drawn into the book and at the end wanted more. I loved books that have it all. Danger, intrigue, love and passion with a good storyline.

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  • Maureen miller

    Good read nice twist.more sex would be nice. Will be looking for more of her books .

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