by Jordan Dane

June 2008
ISBN: 978-0-06-125376-8
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Mass Market Paperback

No One Lives Forever is the third book in Jordan Dane’s trilogy and it focuses on Christian Delacourt and his roots.

Christian has left the Dunhill estate, bought a building in downtown Chicago and is starting his life over again. His discovery of who his birth mother is has knocked him for a loop but thanks to his lady Raven, he’s getting back on track…….until he gets a visit from the mystery woman who helped him rescue Raven. She needs help – fast – and she’s calling in his marker. Her employer has been kidnapped in Brazil and she needs a million dollars for ransom, use of the Dunhill jet and Christian’s assistance. This means that Christian will have to face Fiona in the worst place imaginable – prison – and ask her one of the most difficult questions ever; who is his biological father? He’s devastated by the answer because now he truly feels like his entire life has been a lie! However, he feels that he must help free the man kidnapped. Raven has other ideas, though. They argue and he walks out on her. The next morning, he departs for Brazil and into a situation where he feels like a fish out of water. Their plane is met by a police officer who tries to discover why they are there and things just go downhill after that! No one is who they seem to be and the only one he can depend on is Jasmine, the mystery lady, and he’s not real sure he can depend on her, either. They are being followed, spied on, attempts are made on their lives and Christian can only deduce that it’s all relating to the kidnapping…or is it?

Jordan Dane wraps up this trilogy with a suspenseful novel that will have you on the edge of your chair, although I was a tad disappointed that there were still some questions unanswered. None the less, she made it nearly impossible to tell the good guys from the bad guys without a scorecard, which I enjoy! Christian and Raven will finally get their happily-ever-after and who knows who else might get theirs? Grab it for a good read this summer!

Reviewed in July 2008 by PamL.

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