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|Format: DRM Free ePub|
Vendor: Desert Breeze
Publication Date: 2009
Availability: In Stock
Bojan feels awful about delivering the ruined meal. He befriends Laney out of compassion for her circumstances and the sense that she needs him. Unfortunately, he continually says the wrong things, upsetting her. But Bojan is determined to win her trust -- and perhaps her heart.
As the two grow closer, Laney has this strange feeling of being watched and wonders if she's losing her mind. Complicating things further, the few times she leaves her house something goes wrong, confirming that she is safer at home.
Can Bojan convince Laney she'll be safe with him, or will his presence put her in further danger?
redshoesOttawa, CanadaAge: 55-65Gender: female3 Stars Out Of 5March 28, 2011redshoesOttawa, CanadaAge: 55-65Gender: femaleMeets Expectations: 3I did not enjoy this book. The characters were weak. At lot of time was spent with the 2 main characters lusting after one another. Not that this is inappropriate I just found it juvenile.
SandyPhoenix, AZAge: 55-65Gender: female4 Stars Out Of 5Very GoodFebruary 16, 2011SandyPhoenix, AZAge: 55-65Gender: femaleQuality: 3Value: 3Meets Expectations: 3Enjoyed the book - would read more books by the same author
Carman Boley4 Stars Out Of 5Wish it was longer!November 24, 2010Carman BoleyQuality: 4Value: 4Meets Expectations: 4Danger at the Door was really good. I'm giving it 4 stars not because the story was in any way lacking, but because I wish it could have been a little longer, and the crisis a little more drawn-out. I don't normally read suspense, but this was not too scary, even for me. It isn't horror at all. This was very different from her other book "Its Not About Me", as that one is written more toward teens, and this one more toward adults. Though, any age group older teen and up can relate to Sutton's books, I believe. The romance in this book was more warm/sweet than her other book, though, in typical Sutton-style, she has one very romantic kiss. It seemed to me like the actual conflict with the stalker was a little rushed, but that might be because I was imagining all kinds of long, horrible battles in my mind. I loved Bojan! He is hilarious, and I loved how she used their communication barrier to create funny, awkward, and other kinds of situations throughout the book. Laney's fears were dealt with in a very unique way, and she is also an amazing character. One thing I love about Sutton's books is that she always includes God. He becomes another character in the story, not just a deity casually mentioned whenever she thought she had not done so in a while. In our real lives, it should be they same way. He should be a main character, comfortable and familiar. Sutton did a great job of showing everyone's need for God, while not shoving "religion" down people's throats.
Deb PiccurelliGloucester Township, New JerseyAge: 45-54Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Pure enjoymentNovember 11, 2010Deb PiccurelliGloucester Township, New JerseyAge: 45-54Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Danger at the Door is fun, fast-paced, and pure enjoyment. Of course, I never wanted to stop reading, until I got to the last word.
In this e-book by Michelle Sutton, Laney Cooper loses her fiancÃ© to in an auto accident, and becomes agoraphobic. Alone on the anniversary of his death, she memorializes him with a special pizza dinner with all the right trimmingsâ€”but no onions. Never with onions. When the pizza is delivered withâ€”you guessed itâ€”onions, Laney takes it out on the delivery man. Bojan Trajkovski, the owner of the restaurant where Laney ordered the pizza had taken over deliveries that night to help his manager. He is appalled that the order was botched, and wants to make it up to her. Because of his thick foreign accent, and miscommunication, Laney finds the man rude, and reports him to who she thinks is the owner. As Bojan continues to shower her with kindness, the two hit it off. Laney eventually becomes his language coach, and a romance is sparked between the two. But danger is lurking in the grounds surrounding Laney's home. Can she and Bojan figure out who is after her before it's too late? Can she trust that God will take care of her no matter where she goes?
Not only was the plot lively and fresh, but the characters were extremely so. An agoraphobic heroine, and a hero whose way of speaking made his mess-ups so funny to read were a delight. A highlight of the book. I highly recommend this book for those who love romance, and those who love suspense.
Age: 35-44Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Awesome!November 6, 2010Age: 35-44Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Michelle Sutton's Danger at the Door is an awesome read. Don't be turned off by the ebook format. I was at first because after sitting at computer all day, I wanted to read a book that I could hold in my hands. I'm so glad that I downloded Danger at the Door. Michelle has developed some very memorable characters and a love interest that's to die for. If you like suspense, you'll love it. I haven't read anything in the suspense line this good in about a year since I finished the Brandilyn Collins Kanner Lake series. The suspense is light, just enough to make you keep reading to make sure the heroine is safe. Michelle is an excellent writer who kept me up way too late into the night and made me get up way too early on a Saturday morning with bagel in hand to finish the novel. Even though she brought it to a funny and delightful close, I still begged for more. If you're like me and you love it, we'll have more to love, as I've heard that the sequel is coming out in April. Michelle Sutton you've outdone yourself and I can't wait to read what's coming next in the lives of these two wonderful characters.