by MacGregor, KG
On a day that begins like any other, a violent earthquake strikes Los Angeles, plunging the region into chaos. Two strangers, trapped in a collapsed shopping mall, find each other amid the rubble and join forces to escape. Hampered by injury and darkness, they dig and claw their way through one crumbled store after another, emerging long after most have given up hope for survivors.
The ordeal leaves both women shaken, but their shared triumph sets them on a life-changing course together, igniting a connection like neither has ever known.
Anna Kaklis—whose perfectly planned life never included falling in love with another woman—is thrown for a loop, but she doesn’t doubt her heart.
Lily Stewart—abandoned too many times by people she trusted—won’t let herself believe that Anna’s love will endure.
Without Warning is the story of their courageous journey through adversity, and their promise of steadfast love.
GCLS Goldie Awards
Without Warning: Book One of the Shaken Series: Winner, Lesbian Romance-Contemporary; Finalist, Ann Bannon Popular Choice.
Firstly I love KG MacGregors books. Period. I haven’t read a book by her that I haven’t fallen head over heels for. Without Warning is no exception. I had butterflies from the moment these two women met again after months of looking for each other following the aftermath of the earthquake. This is definitely a book not to be missed. But be forewarned that when you start this series you’re going to want to have the next book waiting because it’s addictive.
Just About Write
June, 2008: MacGregor has given her fans an exciting story which literally opens with a bang. Her protagonists are in a mall which caves in during a Los Angeles earthquake... Without Warning draws comparisons between straight and lesbian, and between rich and poor. Anna's and Lily's backgrounds could not be more different, and still, they share courage, humor and brains. MacGregor has given her readers a wonderful story. Since it is the first in a series, her fans have hopes of more to come.