Freefall

Freefall

JoAnn Ross / May 26, 2019

Freefall Emotionally and physically wounded ex SEAL_Zachariah Tremayne has returned to his South C arolina home determined to shut out the world Then he meets Sabrina Swann who has also made a private journey

  • Title: Freefall
  • Author: JoAnn Ross
  • ISBN: 9780451223203
  • Page: 223
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Emotionally and physically wounded ex SEAL_Zachariah Tremayne has returned to his South C arolina home determined to shut out the world Then he meets Sabrina Swann, who has also made a private journey home to put the tattered pieces of her own life back together But as the two of them learn to love and trust again, a killer is lurking in the shadows, threatening to destrEmotionally and physically wounded ex SEAL_Zachariah Tremayne has returned to his South C arolina home determined to shut out the world Then he meets Sabrina Swann, who has also made a private journey home to put the tattered pieces of her own life back together But as the two of them learn to love and trust again, a killer is lurking in the shadows, threatening to destroy everything they have fought so hard to rebuild.

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      • JoAnn Ross

        New York Times bestselling author JoAnn Ross has written over a hundred novels for a bunch of publishers Two of her titles have been excerpted in Cosmo and her books have also been published by the Doubleday, Rhapsody, Literary Guild, and Mystery Guild book clubs A member of the Romance Writers of America s Honor Roll of best selling authors, she s won several awards, including Romantic Times s Career Achievement Awards in both category and contemporary single title Currently writing a new Honeymoon Harbor series for HQN set on the Washington peninsula, that will launch in April, 2018, JoAnn lives with her husband her high school sweetheart, who proposed at the sea wall where her Shelter Bay books are set , in the Pacific Northwest.


    524 Comments

    1. Well, I can't say this book was bad. It wasn't necessarily that, but it also didn't really engage me and it's not my type of romantic suspense. There was something lacking in it - which I finally figured out what that was about 2/3rds through the book. So it ended up being a so-so read for me. Which makes two out of three books by Ross that I've read and not cared for all that much.Freefall is the first of Ross's High Risk novels which feature a group of Navy SEALs who are trying to put their li [...]


    2. JoAnn Ross wastes no time starting the story off with a "bang," literally. "Freefall" revolves around a Navy SEAL hero whose been discharged due to a skirmish with an officer after a failed mission in Afghanistan. Zach Tremayne suffers from post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and returns to his boyhood home on Swann Island (off the coast of the Carolinas) to recuperate and join his father's construction business. The heroine, Sabrina Swann, is an executive events manager/coordinator (not a "w [...]


    3. There's a lot going on in this romantic suspense novel - PTSD, second chance romance and two possible killers on the loose. Nevertheless the threads all come together to make this a very readable start to the High Risk series. 3.5 stars.


    4. Freefall3 StarsSuffering in the aftermath of separate traumatic experiences, Sabrina Swann and Zach Tremayne both return to their small home town to find solace in the safe and the familiar. Unfortunately, their newfound peace is shattered and their budding relationship put to the test when a vicious serial killer with a disturbing agenda starts preying on those around them.More of a contemporary romance with a SEAL hero than romantic suspense although the serial killer plot adds an extra dimens [...]


    5. I really wanted to like this book, was hoping to like this book, but I have to say that it was difficult to get through.It had a lot of potential, but the dialogue between characters felt contrived, forced. I found myself skipping large sections while thinking "blah blah blah, moving right along"I have fallen in love with the suspense/thriller/romance genre and have been devouring anything and everything within this genre that I can get my hands on: Feehan's Ghostwalkers, Leigh's TemptingSEALs a [...]


    6. If you love red hot and sexy romantic suspense novels that feature hot Navy SEALs, you'll enjoy the High Risk series by Jo Ann Ross. We're introduced to former Navy Seal Zachariah Tremayne and Sabrina Swann. They're both landed on Swann Island, a fictional island over in South Carolina, when nothing's where they seems. Family secrets come back to haunt them, when there's a serial killer on the island, and someone who came gunning after Zachariah, too. And what brought them back to the island hau [...]


    7. I expected something different from this SEAL romance - an action romance in the vein of Lora Leigh's Tempting SEALs or, at least, Brockmann's TroubleShooters or Team Sixteen. It turned out to be a small-town-romance-with-ubiquitous-killer-on-the-loose and did not engage me at all though there were some parts that showed promise.Though Freefall can't stand up to some of the romantic suspense out there and which I would not classify as a SEAL romance, I love my SEAL heroes and plan to read the ne [...]


    8. Sabrina Swann returned home to Swann Island three weeks ago after the hotel she was managing in Florence, Italy was bombed. She suffers from nightmares and post traumatic stress but feels the safest she has since residing at Swannsea, the Swann family home. Sabrina has also come back to mourn the death of her sixty-five year-old grandmother, Lucie, whom she loved dearly. Sabrina will take the time to recover and try to figure out what to do with her life. But it doesn’t help matters when she j [...]


    9. Have mixed feelings about this book. Overall, enjoyed it. The suspense was good as was the romance. There were times that I was laughing at the one-liners, too. But, the transition(s) between scenes or chapters was so abrupt that I felt jerked out of the story. Often, the scenes didn't pick up where they abruptly ended and it took me awhile to get back into the story. Not a good thing.In real life conversations we sometimes "go off the beaten path" then get back to the topic. I've never seen tha [...]


    10. After reading the Stewart Sisters Trilogy (which was okay) I went into this series thinking would be much the same, but the blurb looked goodI just have to say,. Im LOVIN' this series!! I thought when i saw the name Cait, was she the police woman from the Stewart series, and now onto second book find out she isbut more of that when i review the 2nd book.I enjoyed how Ross sets the scene of 2 people who probs saw much more of the horrors of the world than anyone would wish, one escaping a terrori [...]


    11. Hmm Not too sure what I should think or say about this one.The beginning of the book was almost boring. I mean sure, the descriptions of action scenes had you feeling like you were there, but in between it all, descriptions of the past were almost tedious, making you wonder if the author would get past them. Some of them almost didn't seem like they should have been part of the story, only used as fillers. It was getting almost to a point where I wanted to skip past them by skimming, in search o [...]


    12. 3.5 starsThe book was slow at times, but it did have good suspense. It has a lot of frequent flashbacks, and that gets old to me. I do recommend to any fans of romantic suspense. I'd like to read Crossfire, the next in the series, because the herione of that one shows up here and she interested me.


    13. Author: JoAnn RossFirst published: 2008Length: 355 pages, 6243 kindle locationsSetting: Contemporary. Swann Island, South Carolina.Sex: Very Explicit. Very Frequent.Hero: SEAL needing to heal. Working construction.Heroine: Hotel Manager injured in a suicide bombing, also healing.Trigger: Death and battle in Afghanistan.Trigger: Suicide/terrorist bombing of hotel in Italy.Trigger: Violent abuse/torture/rape/sexual slavery/murder.Linked to Ross’ Shelter Bay series, but much more violent and dark [...]


    14. This book grabbed me right from the start and sunk it's hooks in. The first few chapters were just WHAM! A freaky, sadistic serial killer! A harrowing military operation in Afghanistan that was FUBAR! A terrorist bombing at a fancy Italian resort! WHAM! I was soooo into reading this exciting book.Then, we traveled to the main setting, a sleepy South Carolina island town. That's when I got sleepy.Most of the characters (especially the main ones) were pretty boring. The romance was blah. The seria [...]


    15. I read JoANN Ross’ Freefall like I savor chocolate. At first I allowed myself to sample the flavor of the story and the writing style but quickly became in need for more and started to gorge myself. It had been a while since I read in the suspense genre so when I read the blurb of the cover at JoANN Ross’ website it instantly perked my interest. I love the energy of the Southern states of America, the drawl of the voices, the pace of small towns, the scents, the plantations, and the Southern [...]


    16. ex-SEAL_Zachariah Tremayne has returned to SC home determined to shut out the world. Then he meets Sabrina Swann, who has also made a private journey home to put the tattered pieces of her own life back together. But there is a serial killer on the island


    17. 3.5 stars I enjoyed this book, but I had some trouble really getting into it. As the book went on, though, I became increasingly engaged. Overall, the book wasn't spectacular, but it was still enjoyable.



    18. 2.5 stars. Ok, but I wouldn’t recommend it unless a reader is craving more romantic suspense novels.It was ordinary and predictable. Nothing surprised or delighted me. I didn’t feel enough emotion or anticipation for the couple. At times I wished it would be over. But, it was still an ok read.This is high intensity suspense with a perverted serial killer (“sicko”) who keeps women in a cage, tortures them sometimes for weeks, and then kills them. Caution for sensitive readers: repulsive a [...]


    19. Wow, I loved Zach and Sabrina but it actually took a while to get to them. I think the first 20% of the book was just introducing characters and providing back story. But once that was done and everyone arrived in South Carolina, the story got quite interesting with lots of subplots and interesting secondary characters. Zach is the former SEAL suffering through PTSD who comes face to face with Sabrina who just survived a terrorist bombing and comes home to also recover from her own PTSD as well [...]


    20. I was interested to read this because it sounded like it would be really good, but I was also a little nervous because I had never read anything by Ross before. I am happy to say it was a really good book. I liked that the chapters switched between different characters, and that the different perspectives also included the killer. The story moved really fast after the first twenty pages, and I found myself really getting into it. It was a quick and easy read, and I tried guessing who the killer [...]


    21. Probably won't be able to finish this book. Already there have been two vicious rape-murders (serial killer on the loose) described in enough detail that it's disturbing my sleep and no descriptions of life-affirming mutual love to balance the violence.The one thing that tempts me to proceed further is that the author is doing the best/most effective job of locating the book geographically that I've ever enjoyed. I'm getting a real sense of what it might be like to live in this area of Carolina [...]


    22. High Risk #1Sabrina is heading back home to South Carolina after the hotel she worked at in Italy got bombed. Her grandmother had died recently and Sabrina got everything. She finds out that her grandmother Lucie and Sabrina's best friend Titania had decided to open a tea room at the tea plantation.Zach Tremayne is out of the Navy SEALs and is working construction for his father. Sabrina had a teenage crush on Zach and threw herself at him but he gently rebuffed her. At the time he was 20 and sh [...]


    23. This was my first book that I've read of JoAnn Ross. It took me a little bit to get into her writing style, but eventually she got me! She definitely does a good job of writing a story that I could totally see play out in my mind. At first, I was a little irritated that she went into such detail setting up the scene and story of characters that weren't going to play a big part (as in get killed), but later on, I definitely appreciated it because it helped make me get a better understanding of th [...]


    24. I like Joann Ross. Her books have good twists and a bit of sex. Freefall is no exception. Sabrina moves back to Swann Island after a terrorist bombs the hotel she manages in Florence. Zach Tremayne moves back to Swann Island after his SEAL operation goes horribly wrong. Of course these 2 will fall for each other but it's the other stuff that happens around them that makes the book interesting. I was surprised by whom the Swann Island Slasher turned out to be. And a little disappointed in the way [...]


    25. Zach and Sabrina. I did enjoy this story. I think it more of a suspense that a romance. I love a good mystery and suspense and I think that's what stopped from hating it. I wanted to know who was the bad guy. Which I didn't figure out, which s always a plus for me. The romance of the story I found a little boring. Though the beginning was too, I skipped a bit, and almost put it down after the first chapter. I didn't rate it lower because I did like the writing style, it was well written, there w [...]


    26. I don't think this is really a spoiler but you might soo I'll hide it! This was an audio version. Everything was chugging along fine and I thought, 'I wonder how much is left' Surprisingly, I was halfway through the last section and wondered how she was going to wrap it all up. Well, she did but I feel it was rushed. Parts of the story line were just presented as if we already knew the facts. Then I wondered if the young Marine's story was going to be a cliff hanger. Not so. It was wrapped up al [...]


    27. This is a great murder, suspense, mystery and romance book to read. Sabrina Swann came back to Swann Island after being rescued from The rubble of a terrorist attack. Zachary Tremayne is back from Afghanistan and fighting his demons. Sabrina had put off coming home but now that her grandmother had died suddenly, she was back and trying to figure out what she was going to do with the plantation house and the tea company she had inherited. Zach was her first love and he was definitely part of her [...]


    28. The storyline in this book was messed up and disturbing. The second problem this book has is how poorly written the first 20 chapters are. Each chapter is from a different characters point of review. Most of those characters were not necessary. We didn't need to know what the victims were thinking and the two random kids in the car were irrelevant. All they had to do was die and find the body. We didn't need a life story. Once you get past all that it's much better but the storyline is still too [...]


    29. This was not at all what I expected it to be just by looking at the cover(I know, I know. don't judge a book by it's cover). I was sure I knew who the killer was about half way through but there was a disturbing twist at the end that I did not see coming. The beginning was throwing me off, I almost put it down. it was becoming a bit confusing with all the different characters,trying to keep up with them, but once it got rolling it all fit together. I'll give a 3.5-4


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