Silent Night Threat by Michelle KarlSilent Night Threat by Michelle Karl

Silent Night Threat

byMichelle Karl

Mass Market Paperback | November 7, 2017

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None of her training prepares astronaut Natasha Stark for what she wakes up to three weeks after her groundbreaking space voyage: a target on her back—and no memories. But there’s something oddly familiar about the FBI agent who rescues her. Christopher Barton can’t believe he drew the mission of safeguarding his long-ago fiancée and her daughter—a child he has every reason to believe is his. To learn the truth, though, he has to help Natasha regain her memory. But with threats mounting against the family he hopes to join, Chris is running out of time to take down the assailants before they kill the woman he never forgot and the child he never knew existed.
Title:Silent Night ThreatFormat:Mass Market PaperbackProduct dimensions:224 pages, 6.62 × 4.12 × 0.68 inShipping dimensions:6.62 × 4.12 × 0.68 inPublished:November 7, 2017Publisher:HarlequinLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0373457456

ISBN - 13:9780373457458


Rated 4 out of 5 by from Liked this This was an action packed book that kept me reading to find out what happened. I love how I (the reader) felt frustrated right along with the Natasha who was struggling to remember people and places. I must admit that I am not as strong as Natasha was in the book and would probably have crumpled at the lack of memories... I found myself frustrated at her that she didn't want to know more right away. But at the same time I totally understand why she made the choices she did as well, she was a well drawn character and totally different from myself. The romance was a little overwhelming at times but I think that's the whole point of these books. -------------SPOILERS AHEAD---------- My first issue with the book was the overly mature thoughts and conversations of the characters at the end of the book. Most of the maine characters seemed to realize their own past mistakes and the flaws/mistakes of others and take some of the blame but not all. I felt like most of the thoughts/dialogue at the end were right out of a self-help guide on how to take responsibility where warrented and how to forgive others through that. It took me away from the story because I found it all too perfect and ideal. However I can definitely say that I support that message and it would be nice if people realized these things more in the real world. Another thing that took me away from the story were all the coincidences Natasha found herself in so that she didn't get killed herself. I thought that this was a really nice touch at first, Natasha was being protected by God. However after a while there were so many "coincidences" I was left with a sadness that God doesn't always work like this. It gave me grief for all the other characters who did die and for all the real world people who don't get this treatment as thoroughly as she did.
Date published: 2018-07-18