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The safest place they know is about to become the most dangerous… Marcella’s husband, Quinn “Black Eagle” Hollister, severed ties to his family and friends on the Seneca reservation years ago. He rarely mentions his past-until his young cousin Kitty collapses on the couple’s doorstep in the dead of a rainswept night. After two Seneca men break into their home with intent to kill, the Hollisters flee with the mute and injured girl to Tall Pines, their cabin in the Adirondacks. Marcella, unable to bear a child of her own, unleashes her motherly instincts caring for Kitty. As the girl slowly recovers, they start to piece together who wants them dead, and why. But their pursuers are canny and relentless. The next attack drives the trio from the sanctuary of Tall Pines, deep into the mountain wilderness. In spite of their best efforts, the unthinkable happens and Kitty is kidnapped. Marcella and Quinn track her back to Tall Pines – where they find themselves facing an army of murderous Seneca who’ll stop at nothing to protect their dark secret.

©2014 Aaron Paul Lazar (P)2014 Aaron Paul Lazar
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2 reviews for Sanctuary

  1. Nicollette Blackeagle

    This book should come with a trigger warning as it involves a horrific scene of someone being raped. I was already annoyed with all the essential oil talk but that just crossed a line you can’t come back from. Gwendolyn Druyor was excellent as the narrator but even she could save this sh*t show of a book. This my honest unbiased review.

  2. Suzanne Nelson

    This audiobook has lots of action and excitement! The plot is filled with danger. It has some violence but isn’t overly graphic. Marcella and Quinn just seem to be trouble magnets. This time, it comes from Quinn’s Native American side of the family. The story moves along at a fast pace.

    I thought the descriptions of the essential oils used for their healing properties added to the story. I could smell them vicariously!

    Narrator Gwendolyn Druyor has a great voice. You can hear her smile during the poignant moments.

    This audiobook is not quite as good as the first two books in the series but is certainly a really good story. I enjoyed listening to it!

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