Vanished in the Night (Wrangler's Corner #6) by Lynette Eason

Vanished in the Night (Wrangler's Corner #6)

Someone is after her and her baby...Danger returns to Wrangler's CornerAfter saving Kaylee Martin from abduction and delivering her baby boy on the side of the road, Dr. Joshua Crawford can't get them out of his mind. Unfortunately, neither can Kaylee's violent stalker. He'll stop at nothing to get to the new mom and her child. Can Joshua keep them safe so they can become the family he's dreamed about?


Details Vanished in the Night (Wrangler's Corner #6)

TitleVanished in the Night (Wrangler's Corner #6)
ISBN9781335490414
Author
Release DateJun 5th, 2018
PublisherLove Inspired Suspense
GenreSuspense, Romance, Contemporary, Adult
Rating

Reviews Vanished in the Night (Wrangler's Corner #6)

  • Elaine
    1970-01-01
    Rating: 3.5/5This is an engaging romantic suspense novel which starts with someone trying to kidnap a pregnant lady, Kaylee Martin, but being thwarted by the timely intervention of Dr Joshua Crawford. He also gets to deliver the baby and to discover she’s the daughter of the man his mother is planning to marry! Your interest is grabbed from the very start and taken along this roller coaster, fast paced adventure to the very end. The heroine is ...
  • Maureen Timerman
    1970-01-01
    The author has given us a mother’s worse nightmare, and you will be wondering who is the target here, and it will keep you guessing right to the very end. After the last page is turned you will be asking why, and while I found that I had read this in one sitting, you will be quickly page turning.With danger lurking from the very beginning to the end, there is never a dull moment. With the birth of a new baby, kidnapping, bullets flying, and que...
  • Books and Spoons
    1970-01-01
    With a smart and capable heroine, a sweet and caring hero, dealing with the worst nightmare to any mother, while constant danger lurking around, and life changes at the doorstep, the story has all the elements of a great and entertaining romantic suspense at its hands. I loved that Kaylee Martin, the heroine, was smart with her safety, was careful and considerate of the danger lurking around, and didn't take risks that she would regret later on. ...
  • Kav
    1970-01-01
    Reader Beware: Don't let your guard down for a minute! 'It ain't over 'til it's over' definitely applies to this gripping, eye-ball tripping, hold-your-breath-until-your-turn-blue romantic suspense. Phew! I have reader whiplash!What a crazy unique way for Kaylee and Joshua to meet! I don't think I've read anything quite like it. The frantic energy just leaps off the page...and doesn't let up. Eason expertly draws the tension chapter after chapter...
  • Susan Snodgrass
    1970-01-01
    This was such a great suspenseful book. I read it in only one day. Fast paced action all the way through with a very surprising and unexpected ending to the suspense! Thoroughly enjoyable and hard to put down. Very much recommended!
  • Glenda Parker
    1970-01-01
    My review today is on the Love Inspired Suspense, Vanished in the Night. This is the sixth book in the Wrangler's Corner Series, this has been a great series. I really like Lynette's books. She does excellent intrigues. This story is well written, action packed, and fast paced. You are going to love this one.Dr. Joshua Crawford is headed back to Wrangler's Corner to stop his mother from marrying an alcoholic; when man runs a car off the road and ...
  • Jessica Figueroa
    1970-01-01
    Kaylee was in labor when she was found in the process of being kidnapped at the side of the road, thankfully Dr. Joshua was there to help her out and run the kidnapper off. Also turns out that Dr. Joshua mother will be marrying Kaylees father so quite the coincidence. Thing is things only go from bad to worse as a couple more attempts at her and her child's life but luckily Dr. Joshua as well as others will be there to keep an eye out for the two...
  • Debbie
    1970-01-01
    "Vanished in the Night" is a romantic suspense novel. Though a part of a series, it worked as a standalone. The book is short, so things happened very fast. The hero and heroine fell in love practically as soon as they met for the first time. There were only a few attacks on the heroine before the ending suspense sequence happened. There weren't very many suspects. It was more about figuring out who was doing what and where to find them.I liked t...
  • Ashley Dawn
    1970-01-01
    This book started off grabbing my interest and didn't let go. Joshua is coming home to stop his mother's marriage. How he saved Kaylee and helped her was so great. Him a doctor and her a nurse was great and sets it up great for him to take over a practice in Wrangler's Corner.Watching Joshua try to keep his distance from Kaylee and Duncan was touching. He didn't want to hurt them or be hurt in return. He thought he had a plan for his life but som...
  • Lynn Brooks
    1970-01-01
    Danger is popping up around every corner! An exciting plot grabs out attention from the start and holds it throughout in Lynette Eason’s latest in the Wrangler’s Corner series. The characters are complex and well developed and the story line is exciting. I enjoyed it!Dr. Joshua Crawford happens to be in the right place at the right time to stop Kaylee Martin from being abducted … and then to delivery her baby boy! He’s not sure what’s g...
  • Romantic Intentions Quarterly
    1970-01-01
    When Dr. Joshua Crawford saves expectant mother Kaylee Martin from kidnapping, he doesn’t realize that she is the daughter of his despised soon-to-be stepfather – or that he is soon going to get completely caught up with her and her new baby. With his MMA training and his kindness to her, Kaylee can’t fight her attraction for Joshua, and the feeling is entirely mutual. But with danger stalking Kaylee and her baby at every turn, is it all to...
  • Carol
    1970-01-01
    Vanished In The Night is one great big horror story - ok - a horror story for every Mom out there - someone stalking to kill you and most of all your baby. Your precious gift from the Almighty. The good Doctor was able to help the pregnant stranger can he help the new Mama? Who is the stalker/killer? What is GOD's plan for them? Do they listen to HIM? I received a copy of this book from the Publisher and Netgalley; all of the opinions expressed i...
  • Tamra Delasalle Padgett
    1970-01-01
    Joshua stops an abduction of Kaylee and has to deliver her baby within minutes of all of this. He had been returning home to stop his mother from marrying a man he didnt think was right for her, little did he expect to become involved in danger with the mans daughter. Now he must spend his time keeping Kaylee and her baby safe from the gunman.Will he find love and happiness with this new little family or will the situation be to much for him and ...
  • Lizzi
    1970-01-01
    Lynette Eason never fails to disappoint. Her book Vanished in the Night was full of twists and turns. There was no way to figure out who the culprit was until the very end. At the beginning of the story, Dr. Joshua Crawford came home for one reason and one reason only. To stop his mother from getting married to Kaylee Martin's father. On his way home, he stumbles upon Kaylee herself as she's trying to fight off an attacker. He ends up delivering ...
  • Julynn
    1970-01-01
    I really enjoy Ms. Eason's writing. Each book she writes hooks me into the storyline quickly and does not fail to keep me interested until the final page! I enjoy the highly honorable heroes that she writes about and the brave heroines that create happily ever after endings right beside their men. This book did not disappoint. Can't wait to read her next book, whoever she chooses to write about!
  • Melissa
    1970-01-01
    This was a quick, exciting read that I read on a relaxing Saturday afternoon. The mystery kept me guessing with several twists and turns and held my attention fairly well. Another fun Lynette Eason read!
  • Dottie Palmer
    1970-01-01
    Pretty predictable, but still a good read.
  • Patricia
    1970-01-01
    this is a page turner of a story, loved it, he helps her have a baby, after he saved her form a man trying to take her. if you like suspense and romance you have to read the story,
  • Pamela
    1970-01-01
    Very goodThis is a wonderful romantic suspense novel. I simply loved the story and the characters are marvelous. I can't wait to read the rest in this series.
  • Reading
    1970-01-01
    This is a terrific story, but I have one suggestion to make. The editor needs to work with the author on "showing" and not "telling". Vanished in the Night was one of those stories where I continually wanted to see what would happen next, but it needed to be brushed up a little to make it really sparkle. I had no sense of danger when a gun was pulled, felt no fear when the character was in labor in a treacherous situation, but I should have! The ...
  • Donna (More Than a Review)
    1970-01-01
    Vanished in the Night by Lynette Eason is a book in the Wrangler’s Corner series. I am a huge fan of Lynnette’s and this book did not disappoint. The opening scene captures your attention and breath as Kaylee, a very pregnant woman, is being abducted. Joshua happens upon the attempted abduction. She was on her way to the hospital to have her baby. Joshua is a doctor and tries to convince her they are not going to make it to the hospital.She h...