Was it an earthquake? A meteor? Or something else entirely?
Running from a marriage proposal in Seattle, Dana Ingram returns to her parents' farm in Western Colorado for a two-week vacation in Paradox Valley. Only a couple of days into it, however, a small earthquake leaves them without power. Cars won't start, batteries don't work, and cell phones are useless.
When a Black Hawk helicopter vanishes off of radar, Captain Corey Conaway is sent in to locate it and its crew - all while keeping the disappearance out of the media. When she meets Dana and her cousin, Butch, Corey solicits their help in the search. But as they travel on horseback through the rugged and remote Paradox Valley, what they stumble upon soon has them running for their lives.
©2016 Gerri Hill (P)2016 Audible, Inc.
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4 out of 5 stars
By Alice on 17-05-17

Not typical lesfic story

The story is primarily a suspense thriller with the main characters being lesbian, and where the they fall in love. There is no sex in the story, that's fine. It's well written and an interesting story. However, I felt it sat a bit between the genres and this confused me as a listener, not sure exactly what to expect. It felt like an adventure romance, but then had dark horror elements of aliens taking over dead bodies, which I wasn't quite ready for. I recommend it, but feel it's better to view it as thriller/horror then a romance or lesfic.

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1 of 1 people found this review helpful

3 out of 5 stars
By Bernadette on 13-09-16

abby craden saved the day.

Love abby craden's reading style and voice. would have preferred more physical description of the relationship.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Angela Thomas on 31-10-16


One of the best I have read in a long time. Loved the story line as it was not your typical lesbian love story but actually had some content and intensity to it.

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5 of 5 people found this review helpful

3 out of 5 stars
By Moondog on 03-12-16

Lesbians and Aliens and Zombies, OH MY.

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OK. The story isn't to bad. But it is (boiled down to its bare essence) a local zombie apocalypse caused by a crashed alien craft, around which is wrapped a small lesbian romance. The aliens are never seen, nor described, but it is just enough to get it classified as Science Fiction. If you like zombie type stories, you will probably like this one. I don't however, and keep wondering why zombie crap keeps showing up under the Science Fiction genre. It doesn't belong there. It belongs under the Horror genre. Oh. There isn't a Horror genre, is there.

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4 of 4 people found this review helpful

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