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Marisa Somerville has changed Now a confident groomed successful businesswoman she's nothing like the scared wife of an abusive husband th. Hero Rafe Peveril meets a young lady in a gift shop in New Zealand heroine Marisa Somerville and he is convinced she is someone he met six years ago called Mary Brown But she insists they never met As the story goes on Marisa s home burns down and Rafe let s her stay at his place with her five year old son Keir They become attracted to each other But Rafe is wondering why Marisa is keeping secrets about her identityI really enjoyed this romance Marisa was married to an emotionally abusive husband for a couple of years She finally got out of that marriage and she never wants to be that scared meek girl again She is now confident and successful with her own business Rafe was a great hero nice likable and protective when it seems that Marisa s crazy ex husband is out there again looking for her Marisa s son Keir was cute and adorable A lovely read by Robyn Donald

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Stepping out of the Shadows

Ere Yet she insists they've never met and Rafe wants to know why She might deny knowing him but she can't deny how she responds to his tou. When Rafe Peveril meets Marisa Somerville again she s a changed woman and nothing like the terror stricken woman who survived a plane crash with him six years ago The only thing is Marisa was Mary Brown then and denies ever meeting Rafe As circumstances keep throwing them together Rafe is determined to discover what happened and why Marisa refuses to acknowledge the plane crash they were in This is an interesting story involving strong emotions and a back story that was terrible emotionally for Marisa before she could open up to Rafe

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At Rafe Peveril survived a plane crash with six years agoShe has a different name but he'd know those siren green eyes and lush lips anywh. It was just okay Was going along well enough as a 4 star read then fell flatThe heroine is hiding from her abusive ex husband when she meets the Hero again She has changed from the meek downtrodden abuse victim that she was when the Hero met her so he doesn t immediately recognize her plus she is using a different nameThe first half of the book was intriguing and I was interested enough to find out when the Hero would discover her true identity He is attracted to the new confident beautiful woman he encounters and he recognizes something about her but can t place itThe heroine has a child whom she is hiding from her ex husband and this is the part where the book falls flat The heroine s house gets burned down so she and her son move into the hero s house which provides a good venue for a lot of sexual tension moments Then there is the possibility that the house was burned by arsonthe evil EX However the climax of the book the EX finding them or causing problems suddenly fell flat and he was dispatched in one paragraph after all that build up it s as if the author ran out of page count and abruptly ended the book RecommendationHmmm just read if you have nothing better


10 thoughts on “Stepping out of the Shadows

  1. says:

    Hero Rafe Peveril meets a young lady in a gift shop in New Zealand heroine Marisa Somerville and he is convinced she is someone he met six years ago called Mary Brown But she insists they never met As the story goes on Marisa's hom

  2. says:

    When Marissa married David Brown things changed He abused her never physically but both mentally and emotionally After her first miscarriage he told he that he was happy because he did not want a baby So when Marissa thought she was pregnant again her mother was ill and she was given a chance to get away thank to Rafe she took itOnce back at home in New Zealand she got help for her horrible depression her pregnancy and helped tr

  3. says:

    It was a good readthe story progressed really wellliked the way Rafe never gave up but fought all the walls that Marisa tried to put between them and healed her of her demonsOverall enjoyed the book very muchRecommend it

  4. says:

    It was just okay Was going along well enough as a 4 star read then fell flatThe heroine is hiding from her abusive ex husband when she meets the Hero again She has changed from the meek downtrodden abuse victim that she was when the Hero met her so he doesn’t immediately recognize her plus she is using a different nameThe first half of the book was intriguing and I was interested enough to find out when the Hero would discover

  5. says:

    Surprisingly nuanced portrait of domestic violence a sympathetic hero and a twist that actually surprised me view spoilerthe heroine's son is the child of her abusive husband; she did not actually have amnesia sex with the hero and get pregnant but told her abusive husband that she had in order to get him to leave her alone hide spoiler

  6. says:

    After running away from her emotionally abusive husband and from Mariposa with Rafe's help Marisa makes a life for herself and her son Keir in

  7. says:

    When Rafe Peveril meets Marisa Somerville again she's a changed woman and nothing like the terror stricken woman who survived a plane crash with him six years ago The only thing is Marisa was Mary Brown then and denies ever meeting Rafe As circumstances keep throwing them together Rafe is determined to discover what happened and why Marisa refuses to acknowledge the plane crash they were in This is an interesting story

  8. says:

    35 stars This was a nice story for the real world but I just didn't love it as romantic fiction Not enough tensionangst for my taste Not sure wh

  9. says:

    This is the first MillsBoon that I have ever read I wasn't sure what to expect I thought it would be some shallow chick lit but for a short story it had some depth and interesting characters So uite surprised

  10. says:

    Extremely short and shaky

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