by Hannah Alexander

August 2004
ISBN: 0-373-78517-8
Reviewer Graphic Button Steeple Hill
Trade Paperback

When Fawn Morrison witnesses her boyfriend being brutally murdered, she has to escape before the killer comes after her, but trying to escape him isn’t as easy as it seems. When she tries to tell security guards, she discovers that the killer has gotten to them first, and now she is wanted for murder.

Karah Lee Fletcher is the new doctor at Hideaway’s clinic. But her arrival in town is a bit unusual. Run off the road by a herd of deer, she crashes into a tree—and discovers the tree has better pain tolerance than she does.

Lonely Ranger Taylor Jackson is called to the scene to rescue Karah Lee, but the strong willed doctor makes him more than glad to keep his distance. When he watches her interact with patients though, Taylor begins to feel stirrings of attraction.

Attempting to escape, Branson leads Fawn into more difficulties than she could ever imagine. Can she find someone she can trust to help her? Or will the real killer get to her first?

I was instantly drawn into Safe Haven and within the first few pages cared deeply for Fawn and Karah Lee. At first I couldn’t figure out how a doctor in one town, and a girl in another could possibly be intertwined, but I’d read enough of Hannah Alexander’s work to know that somehow their two stories would merge together. I wasn’t disappointed.

Safe Haven is a page turner guaranteed to keep you at the edge of your seat. I couldn’t read the story fast enough. I had to find out what would happen next. Would Fawn escape from the killer she knows is after her? Will Karah Lee reach Taylor in spite of his reserves? Read Safe Haven to find out. You won’t be disappointed. Hannah Alexander knows how to write a compelling story line.

Reviewed in July 2004 by Laura.

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