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  • ISBN 0786239948
  • ISBN13 978-0786239948
  • Language English
  • Author Ginna Gray
  • Publisher Thorndike Pr (March 1, 2002)
  • Pages 422
  • Formats doc mobi lit rtf
  • Category Religion
  • Subcategory Literature and Fiction
  • Size ePub 1790 kb
  • Size Fb2 1710 kb
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 127

Book by Gray, Ginna

A native Texan, Ginna sold her first novel in 1983, after winning the Golden Heart Award, given by Romance Writers of America for the best unpublished novel in a category

A native Texan, Ginna sold her first novel in 1983, after winning the Golden Heart Award, given by Romance Writers of America for the best unpublished novel in a category. She has been working as a full-time writer ever since. When she finishes her current contracts, Ginna will have written 33 books.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. I hadn't read this Ginna Gray book before, it was wonderful

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. When concert pianist Lauren Brownly witnesses a brutal murder, which leads to a startingly discovery. I hadn't read this Ginna Gray book before, it was wonderful. There was just enough suspense and danger to make the story exciting, the interaction between Sam and Lauren was low key, more because they were so introverted themselves than because the writing was not up to par. The storyline was attention grabbing and for someone who was small, dainty and quiet, Lauren kicked butt!

She lay staring into the fire, the picture of despondent misery. Unimpressed, he shook his head and went back to weaving fill-line across the snowshoe frame.

She lay staring into the fire, the picture of despondent misery. Unimpressed, he shook his head and went back to weaving fill-line across the snowshoe frame at pitiful act, she was wasting her time. For the next hour or so neither Sam nor Lauren spoke a word. He worked steadily the whole time. The only time Lauren moved was to turn back the top of the sleeping bag and burrow inside. Otherwise she lay motionless.

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Late one night the concert pianist witnessed a grisly murder, and with it came a devastating truth: Her career had been financed by crime lord Carlo Giovessi. The Witness - Ginna Gray. Now Lauren's testimony against him could finally bring him down. Terrified and utterly alone, Lauren must trust in one manSam Grey Wolf Rawlins. She is powerfully drawn to the rugged FBI agent who took her into protective custody, but Wolf cannot dismiss the shocking allegations about Lauren's personal involvement with the mobster.

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Rishason
I hadn't read this Ginna Gray book before, it was wonderful. There was just enough suspense and danger to make the story exciting, the interaction between Sam and Lauren was low key, more because they were so introverted themselves than because the writing was not up to par.

The storyline was attention grabbing and for someone who was small, dainty and quiet, Lauren kicked butt! Great read!
Mr Freeman
Nice quick, fast paced read that kept my interest. First time reading this author's book and it won't be my last, lots of dialogue and tension between the main characters. Hot sexy love scenes, I thought it ended a bit fast, but was a good love story.
Jugami
Loved this book! It has everything. Great story with suspense mixed into a wonderful love story. I've enjoyed all her books.
Геракл
This is a great book love loss finding strength when it is needed Gina is a great writer loved it
Road.to sliver
Excellent entertainment
Nuadador
When Carlo Giovessi executes a man for stealing drugs from him, a witness unwittingly puts her life on the line. Pianist Lauren Brownly hears her own death ordered when mob boss Carlo realizes she hasn't left the nightclub. She reports the killing to the Denver PD believes she's Carlo's mistress. Now the FBI steps into the case, planning to keep Lauren safe until she can testify. Agent Sam Grey Wolf Rowlins is assigned to the case.
Sam sets aside his previous investigation into an insider turned rogue to assume care of Lauren. The Bureau has been investigating Carlo for years, but every time they got close, something went wrong from tapered evidence to dead witnesses. Extreme coincidence suggests the truth to lie with a corrupt agent. When a plane crash-lands Sam and Lauren miles from civilization and obviously pursued by FBI agents gone bad, they must hike through knee-deep snow and blizzard conditions to reach safety. As they learn to rely upon and trust one another, the ember of attraction lead to a fiery passion even the deepest snows can't drown.
Sam's antagonism and aloofness toward Lauren, unfairly earned, can initially alienate the reader, but the feelings his ill humor conceal will sway even the hardest of hearts in THE WITNESS. This richly textured plot keeps the pages turning quickly, as Lauren and Sam's traitorous emotions and survival skills keep them alive. The vividly realized characterizations, including fascinating secondary characterizations, give THE WITNESS a fascinating depth. Further, Lauren's path to learning independence as she redefines her immediate past and her immediate future leads to terrific character growth. Highly recommended.
Hellblade
Lauren Brownley enjoys playing the piano at Denver's Club Classico. However, her gig abruptly ends when she sees her employer Carlo Giovessi kill Frank Pappano, a drug runner who stole some of the illegal gains from him. Carlo realizes that Lauren witnessed the homicide and from her hiding place she overhears his instructions to his thugs to kill her.
Lauren heeds Carlo's unintended advice to go to the polcie who hand her over to the FBI. Agent Sam Grey Wolf Rawlins vows to keep the frightened rabbit safe until the Carlo's trial, but knows he must get her out of town to do so because someone on the Feds' rolls works for Carlo. Soon the duo is isolated in a mountain blizzard with thugs on their trail and their only hope is the growing love and trust between them.
THE WITNESS is a powerful romantic suspense novel that works because readers will feel the fear and mistrust between the lead characters that gradually changes into love and faith. Though the plane escape from the mole seems too uncertain of a venture, the nasty crash, nastier weather, and the nastiest hoodlums enhance the story line. The audience will witness a strong tale with a fine cast that testifies that the only gray area in this author's writing is her name.

Harriet Klausner
This is a forced-companionship romance, meaning that the two wildly opposite leads (Lauren, a concert pianist and Sam, an FBI agent)are forced to stay together under somewhat implausible circumstances. This book is an easy read, but I felt that Lauren's character (being a child prodigy) should have been somewhat smarter. She tells Sam at one point that she can't drive or cook. You'd think that hanging around highly educated people (you know, the ones who attend piano concertos) would have rubbed off on her. She's also completely unaware that her mentor Carlo is a crime boss, which is a plot point so ludicrous that it defies explanation. Seriously, anyone who's watched "GoodFellas" could have figured it out.

With the exception of Lauren's dumb as dishwater characterization, the book is pretty good; the plot moves along swiftly and the action is as good as any standard thriller novel.