By Linda Howard
NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER
From Linda Howard comes an exciting and sensual new novel of romance, suspense, intrigue . . . and stories which can kill.
Lizette Henry wakes up one morning and makes a terrifying discovery: She doesn’t realize the face she sees within the reflect. She recalls what she seems like, yet her mirrored image is an individual else’s. so as to add to the surprise, years appear to have disappeared from her lifestyles. somebody has long past to nice and inexplicable lengths to maintain these lacking years hidden without end. however the prior continuously unearths the way to return.
unusual stories quickly start to floor and, besides them, a few strange talents and abilities that Lizette hasn’t a clue approximately buying. Sensing that she’s being monitored, Lizette without notice is aware tips on how to look for insects in her apartment and monitoring units in her automobile. What’s extra, she will be able to elude surveillance—like a educated agent.
input a mysterious and seductive stranger named Xavier, who claims he desires to help—but who triggers worrying pictures of an unspeakable crime of which Lizette could or is probably not the wrongdoer. With stories returning, she abruptly turns into a goal of nameless assassins. at the run with nowhere to conceal, Lizette has no selection yet to depend on Xavier, a robust and magnetic guy she doesn’t belief, with a strong allure she can't withstand. As murky waters turn into transparent, Lizette confronts a conspiracy that's treacherous and far-reaching and a fact that, as soon as published, may well silence her and Xavier as soon as and for all.
Praise for Shadow Woman
“Dazzling . . . From the outlet line, [Shadow Woman] will seize readers and take them on an exciting and terrifying adventure!”—RT ebook Reviews
“Fast-paced, intricately precise romantic suspense . . . Readers won’t are looking to placed it down till the intense end. . . . hugely recommended.”—Fresh Fiction
“An exciting plot and alluring characters [with] plenty of drama, pressure, intrigue and suspense.”—The Star-Ledger