After a tragedy rips through her Amish community, Sarah Lapp doesn't remember anything. She can't recall her Plain upbringing, her deceased husband or the shooting that landed her under the protection of handsome undercover cop Samuel King. She is, however, aware of the confusing feelings he creates in her from the moment he walks into her life. Sam is determined to protect Sarah and her unborn baby in case the shooters return. Because if they do, it'll be more than just Sarah's memory at stake.
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Review 1 for Hidden in Plain View
Excellent story from the beginning
Date:August 12, 2013
This story in intrguing from the beginning to the very end. It is an exciting and spellbinding plot which will keep you reading and guessing!! It well written and I look forward to reading Diane Burke's books in the future.
Sarah Lapp's life was turned upside in a moment of time when she loses her husband and her memory to a gunman. She doesn't remember anything of her Amish life or the people around her. The only thing she has left is her unborn child. Samuel King is the detective chosen to protect Sarah because he was born and raised Amish and knows how to easily blend in with their lifestyle. It doesn't take long for Sarah and Sam to realize their attraction for one another. A life together would be impossible though because she's Amish and he's an Englisher, or is it really true that with God, all things are possible?
Amish fiction is not my usual genre but the cover and the synopsis drew me to this story. I am so glad I read it! This author surprised me on many fronts. The story took turns I didn't anticipate which, to me, really enhances your reading experience. I enjoyed getting to know the characters and especially Sarah and Samuel. The chemistry between them was superb. You could just feel the tension. I also loved all the supporting characters. You really feel a friendship with this Amish community. And I've got to tell you that this author created a really scary villain. There were parts where I wanted to close my eyes but I couldn't because then I couldn't read what happened next! I also thoroughly enjoyed the ending! If you're in the mood for a great romantic suspense, then grab your coffee or tea, a cozy chair and dig into Hidden in Plain View.
*This complimentary copy was provided by Harlequin through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review*