Overview - Indie sensation and New York Times bestselling author J.S. Cooper brings us the final novel in the Swept Away series, a trilogy of heart-pounding romances about a woman marooned on a desert island with a sexy stranger--but is he friend or foe? Read more...
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Indie sensation and New York Times
bestselling author J.S. Cooper brings us the final novel in the Swept Away series, a trilogy of heart-pounding romances about a woman marooned on a desert island with a sexy stranger--but is he friend or foe?
When Bianca and Jakob first awoke on a sandy shore in the middle of nowhere, their thoughts were only concerned with survival. But as they explored their surroundings and tried to find out who left them stranded on the island, electricity surged between them. Soon after, Bianca uncovered clues to her abduction, but was left with even more unanswered questions, especially about Jakob's true motives...
Now, Bianca just wants the truth. Nothing was as it seemed, especially with Jakob. As she discovers cross upon double cross, all she can trust is her instinct, her connection with him. So they decide to return to the island in hopes of finally learning the truth. Bianca and Jakob have been thrown together and torn apart by their secrets--but can she trust him enough to rescue her at last?
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Suspension of disbelief is needed to get through Coopers third and final Swept Away contemporary (after Disillusioned), but its impossible to achieve as series protagonists Bianca and Jakob get their happy ending, their dead parents mysteries play out, and the villains animosity is revealed. Pressing questionswho dies in the prologue? Is Jakobs father still alive?are answered very slowly, punctuated by ominous fortune cookieesque pronouncements such as in life there is death and in death there is life. If Cooper intended to build dramatic impact, she failed; the book simply plods along. Its hard enough to accept the premise of a woman falling in love with her kidnapper and trusting him implicitly, and the unbelievable dialogue and unlikely sex scenes send things right over the top. Agent: Rebecca Friedman, Rebecca Friedman Literary Agency. (Dec.)