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THE ONLY WITNESS When a child is abducted in front of Laney Kensington she desperately tries to save the girl But Laney is shot and left for dead; the kidnappers their dark van and the girl long gone FBI agent Grayson DeM This was a Harleuin novel which I haven't read in years It was definitely a faith based one which doesn't bother me There were a lot of things happening uickly in this book and almost an insta love uality but still overall a good read Beyond the Pale uickly in this book and almost an insta love The Black Ice Score (Parker, uality but still overall a good read

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Into Thin Air

Arco explains she's the only witness to a worldwide child trafficking ring And if the kidnappers discover she's alive they'll be back to finish the job Yet Laney is determined to find the missing children Even if it means Excellent I loved the dogs the suspense and the faith displayed by Grayson and Rose The search and rescue scene felt so real With reading

Mary Ellen Porter ☆ 6 summary

Returning to the search and rescue work she thought she'd left behind And Grayson is just as determined to keep his sole witness protected Especially when evidence hints that the real threat is closer than he ever imagin I love being in at the beginning of an author's writing journey Into Thin Air is Mary Ellen Porter's debut novel but it reads as polished and experienced as if it were her tenth Seriously good story The gripping opening scene propelled me into a tailspin of reading frenzy Solid suspense compelling hero and heroine a cast of interesting and uirky secondary characters including a few dogs all conspired to keep me glued to the story Not to mention some fun humorous bits that cut through the tension of the hair raising suspense I even found myself laughing out loud in the middle of some serious actions scenes Love when an author surprises me that way A definite must read for romantic suspense lovers Electromyography for Experimentalists uirky secondary characters including a few dogs all conspired to keep me glued to the story Not to mention some fun humorous bits that cut through the tension of the hair raising suspense I even found myself laughing out loud in the middle of some serious actions scenes Love when an author surprises me that way A definite must read for romantic suspense lovers


10 thoughts on “Into Thin Air

  1. says:

    What a fabulous debut from Mary Ellen Porter Loved the characters flawed strong compassionate Loved the story a gripping opening seuence that had me flipping pages as fast as possible and a plot line that kept me wondering what would happen next with stakes as high as they can go Mary Ellen's knowledge of working with search and rescue dogs really shines as that aspect of the story is woven in seamlessly with the suspense thread Can't wait to read from this author


  2. says:

    This book has a lot to keep the reader entertained almost non stop action some uirky characters simmering chemistry between the lead characters amusing repartee and I read this book after Off the Grid Christmas but chronologically it comes first and it would have been even better if I had read it first without spoilers fresh in my mind


  3. says:

    This was a Harleuin novel which I haven't read in years It was definitely a faith based one which doesn't bother me There were a lot of things happening uickly in this book and almost an insta love uality but still overall a good read


  4. says:

    A K 9 book with an exciting plot two people finding love in the midst of immense suspense for the missing children's danger


  5. says:

    This was so good Plot plus and good characters A little comic relief and a lot of can't put it down action I wish there were books by this first time author


  6. says:

    Excellent I loved the dogs the suspense and the faith displayed by Grayson and Rose The search and rescue scene felt so real With reading


  7. says:

    INTO THIN AIR is Ms Porter’s debut novella and it is good but touched close to home in a scary way Laney witnesses a thirteen year old girl being abducted when she’s walking home from music lessons and I imagined my thirteen year old in that place—and instant tie to the story I wanted Laney to help the FBI and police locate the missing children and return them to their families I wanted the “bad guys” captured I did figure out “who dun it” relatively early since I read enough romantic suspense to figure out the writer’s mind But I had to keep reading and I especially liked the parts of the book where canine search and rescue was utilized I hope this author has books planned using these canine heroes An excerpt is available at you like romantic suspense you will love INTO THIN AIR Available in paperback and ebook 224 pages I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review


  8. says:

    Story started off interesting Laney witnesses a kidnapping and tries to stop it but ends up injured Grayson is an FBI agent trying to track down the kidnappers so are now after Laney to stop her from identifying them The characters of Laney and Grayson were well built and I especially liked spunky Aunt Rose The kidnappers seemed to always know what was going on with the investigation and Grayson is trying to figure out if the leak is coming from the FBI or the local police I shook my head when it was revealed who the leak was how could it be someone that was so trusted Where the story went downhill for me was the end the investigation wrapped and a relationship between Laney and Grayson was formed but we missed it The story jumped a couple weeks ahead and briefly wrapped up what had happened in the time in between I missed the declaring of feelings and the indictment being filed


  9. says:

    I love being in at the beginning of an author's writing journey Into Thin Air is Mary Ellen Porter's debut novel but it reads as polished and experienced as if it were her tenth Seriously good story The gripping opening scene propelled me into a tailspin of reading frenzy Solid suspense compelling hero and heroine a cast of interesting and uirky secondary characters including a few dogs all conspired to keep me glued to the story Not to mention some fun humorous bits that cut through the tension of the hair raising suspense I even found myself laughing out loud in the middle of some serious actions scenes Love when an author surprises me that way A definite must read for romantic suspense lovers


  10. says:

    I really liked Into Thin Air Mary Ellen Porter did a great job keeping me guessing up till the end when the characters figured it out Laney Kensington a former search and rescue was now training dogs for the local police department came across a kidnapping in progress In her attempt to stop the kidnappers Laney found herself in the hospital under guardGrayson DeMarco an FBI agent assigned to the Missing Children's Division was in a hurry to speak to Laney because she was the only person who could break this case wide open and so were the bad guys Will Laney and Grayson figure out where the stolen kids are in time before they shipped out and never scene again?