TV news reporter Samantha Steele is one panic attack away from losing her job. Future on the line, she sets up an easy feature story – following her mentor on an exhilarating adventure vacation.
When her mentor dies while skydiving, Samantha suspects he was murdered, and her investigative instincts lead her to gorgeous thrill-seeker Zack Hunter. Zack is an undercover police officer investigating his uncle’s death through the same adventure vacation.
Zack doesn't want Samantha investigating alongside him. The emotionally wounded loner is afraid of being responsible for a partner again, especially a journalist whose goal is to splash evidence all over the evening news.
But the striking reporter’s persistence is quite a turn-on, and Zack’s overpowering desire makes it harder for him to push her away. When the killer turns his attention to Zack, Samantha could be the only one who can save him, forcing the anxiety-riddled correspondent to finally face her greatest fear.
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Critics & Readers love Linda Bond...
"Nobody does it better. Makes it so sad for the rest. There are true magic words inside her. Linda, you're the best." Virginia Henley - New York Times Best Selling Author
“Samantha and Zach have an incredible chemistry. The mystery part of the story was fantastic. Truth was I had absolutely no idea who it was until the big reveal. None.”
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“Alive at 5 grabbed me on the first page and held my attention all the way through. I truly did not know who did it or why until Sam and Zack figured it out, and regular readers know how rarely that happens.” Rochelle Weber- Editor–in–Chief Marketing for Romance Writer’s Newsletter
"Who everyone can see by day....but has a secret life at night." Sue Kearney- USA Today Best Selling Author
" 'A' must read. Perfect for the beach. Was hooked after the first chapter. Looking forward to more great reads by Linda Bond!" Susan H.
“There are actually points in the book where it’s so realistic that you can picture yourself doing or feeling what the characters are doing or feeling.” Becky S. Andrade