Molly Cifelli and five year old Johnny OíRyan are two of only four survivors when their plane goes down in the Appalachian Mountains. When they witness Senator Darren Wilson strangling another man, Molly knows itís not safe to stay on the plane. If the Senator realizes there are other survivors heís going to kill them as well since he canít afford to leave any witnesses alive. Molly grabs Johnny and a few supplies and they rush off into the snowy night.
When Evan OíRyan learns his son was involved in a plane crash, he and his father, grandfather and great-grandfather all head to the crash site to search for Johnny. When they arrive the last thing they expect is for Deborah Sanborn to show up, claiming to have seen a vision of Johnny and a woman running from the plane and that someone was chasing them. Mike OíRyan is very skeptical but all too soon she proves sheís not a charlatan.
Saying any more about this book would give too much of the story away. Although listed as a romantic suspense, this is not an edge of your seat thriller. Instead itís a very touching story of complete strangers going above and beyond to save someone they donít even know. Itís about a family who loves deeply and will risk their lives without thought when someone is in need. Itís about a man who is damaged inside as well as out and has to learn that life is truly worth living.
Whether writing as Sharon Sala or Dinah Mcall, this author knows how to write heart warming romance. The Survivors is a special treat as we get two romances, though one is more prominent than the other. This book was well worth the wait!