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Super Troopers 2 5. Open Preview See a Problem? Details if other :. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. On a tragic night, photographer Emma St. James lost not only her vision, but her memory. The police believed she'd witnessed her beloved brother's murder, but her mind refused to remember. She was lost and alone, until a stranger reached out with a touch she couldn't see.
Colin Fitzpatrick would never forget the moment he saw Emma's lovely face just seconds On a tragic night, photographer Emma St.
Colin Fitzpatrick would never forget the moment he saw Emma's lovely face just seconds before she ran out in front of his car. She'd been fleeing something or someone but she was his responsibility now. But with the killers desperate to find Emma, it would take divine intervention to keep them both alive. Get A Copy. More Details Original Title. Other Editions Friend Reviews.
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Jun 11, Ruth rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: All. Shelves: best-ever. A riveting, nail biting Inspirations suspense-romance novel. It is also emotional, especially when Emma loses her vision due to the traumatic event of seeing her brother murdered. Not only could she see nothing but blackness, her memory of the events of that night were just beyond her grasp.
Emma is feeling frustrated, helpless and hopeless, but the handsome Reverend is able to teach her to trust in the Lord with all her heart and pray the vision and memory would "So Dark the Night" is awesome! Emma is feeling frustrated, helpless and hopeless, but the handsome Reverend is able to teach her to trust in the Lord with all her heart and pray the vision and memory would return soon.
I love happy endings and this one was delightful! I highly recommend it to anyone! I'm looking forward to reading more from this author. Really, really good book This was a really, really good story. I loved it and could not put it down. Also I never did figure out who the murderer was.
Great plot, awesome romance and great characters. Great book! View 1 comment. Mar 25, Janet rated it liked it Shelves: Great read So Dark the Night is a very well-written suspense. The book has a good plot and believable characters.
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I recommend this book. Fantastic Read I really enjoyed this book. I was kept guessing for the whole book on ego the bad guy was. I also enjoyed reading about Emma's journey of faith.
Apr 11, Delia rated it it was amazing. After the engagement festivities are interrupted, Nanette and Leon run away together and Henri slips into a depression only broken by even more shocking news: the couple is found dead.
Up to then a leisurely May-December drama, So Dark the Night snaps into tense whodunit mode, following the dogged protagonist as he searches for clues and receives anonymous letters promising more deaths still to come. The bright style of the early sequences modulates toward murky lighting, and long shadows start creeping into the frame; the edge of the river that had previously set the scene for a romantic encounter now reveals a strangled corpse.
Sinister duality spreads. The French atmosphere is stock, and the cast is almost uniformly bland. From the half-circular glass at the Paris police station to the multi-pane rectangle at the rural tavern, windows constantly figure here as suggestive frames within frames which grow more baroque as the film goes on and a manhunt transforms into a subjective dive into a disturbed psyche. Characters gaze at each other through these windows and, more alarmingly, at their own reflections, leading to a vision of submerged selves exposed in the literally shattering climax. Home Longform more.