Without Warning

  • Title: Without Warning
  • Author: K.G. MacGregor
  • ISBN: 9781594931208
  • Page: 269
  • Format: Paperback
  • Without Warning 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 j
    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 sOn 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.

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    About K.G. MacGregor


    1. A former teacher and market research consultant, KG MacGregor holds a PhD in journalism and mass communication Infatuation with Xena Warrior Princess fanfiction prompted her to try her own hand at storytelling in 2002 In 2005, she signed with Bella Books, which published the Goldie Award finalist Just This Once Her sixth Bella novel, Out of Love, won the 2007 Lambda Literary Award for Women s Romance, and the 2008 Goldie Award in Lesbian Romance In 2009, she picked up Goldies for Without Warning Contemporary Romance and Secrets So Deep Romantic Suspense.Other honors include the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Royal Academy of Bards, the Alice B Readers Appreciation Medal, and several Readers Choice Awards An avid supporter of queer literature, KG currently serves on the Board of Trustees for the Lambda Literary Foundation KG MacGregor divides her time between her homes in Miami and Blowing Rock, North Carolina When she isn t writing, she s either on a hiking trail, a golf course, or if she s really lucky, a cruise ship.


    945 Comments


    1. Great read! 1st installment from this series was well written and had good character developmenthighly recommend to all (paperback!)

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    2. I broke down and bought the 4 book bundle with the entire series. Still love Anna & Lily!***finished a reread and it's still one of my absolute favorites. The chemistry and humor are just great. ***7/17/14 - need an old favorite to listen to while working. I pick this one!1/25/16 - been reading lots already this year and been jonesing for a few old favorites. This one tops my list for this time around. Started it tonight. Going to try to stop after this one instead of reading the whole serie [...]

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    3. Read this first when it was online. I didn't notice any huge changes, though the author said it was re-edited. But then again it has been a few years & my memory is crap. The positive is re-reading is enjoyable.I may skip the next installment. It was not my favorite of the series. We will see.Anyway, I enjoyed the book, tho their nicknames for each other got annoying after awhile. It is a must read if you are a MacGregor fan - or a fan of traditional f/f romances.

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    4. Wow. I never thought I'd ever find Korrasami feels in a novel. But need I say more? This hit closer to my heart after being still not over The Legend of Korra and the awesomeness that Korra and Asami is canon. Anna, a mechanical engineer, car-geek, and Lily, a creampuff, sweet-ball of mush. Ugh. Don't miss out and better read this.

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    5. Yep, still love this book. Anna and Lily are likely my very favorite lesfic couple of all time. The story is filled with humor, the leads have great chemistry, and, even though there are some typos, it's pretty impossible for me to be anything but completely engrossed in the story. And that really says something after the countless times I've read it. I love this book. Did I mention that?**11/2017 reread. Missed Anna & Lily. Love them. Love this book.

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    6. Re-read this one super quick, just like the last time I read it. I didn't love it *as* much as the last time. I think I've gotten pickier the more I've read. But I still loved the characters and couldn't stop myself from reading the entire series. Again.

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    7. Really, really, really like these books! I just bought the fourth one in the series. I have basically read one a day since I started "Without Warning". Which is unheard of for me with my work schedule! I just found them extremely enjoyable. The characters are very well developed. The emotions are genuine and it's just a really enjoyable, nice read! Perfect for the Beach!!

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    8. Great read! I couldn't put it down. I love both of the women and their chemistry is unmistakable. Looking forward to the next books in the series. I'm happy I found this one to read as I feared I've read all the good ones out there. You won't regret picking this one up!

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    9. WAY too many references to "The tall woman"(35 times), "The blonde woman" (53 times), and the "Dark-haired woman"Overall, the story was good and the writing excellent on this first book of the series.

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    10. Simply put I really enjoyed this read. It took a situation and gave it some levity without it getting too heavy. Enjoyable romance.Just re-read's easy and light, worth the second read but I did change the rating to 4.

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    11. This is not the deepest book you'll ever read but it has what I always like in my romance pulp fiction: warmth and humour. The earthquake premise is more like an extended prologue occupying the first quarter of the book. It's a short story in its own right and there is a pause before the remaining story starts seven months later. This story is the first instalment of a whole series (four books in total) that is more family saga than romance and is a fairly typical romance between Lily, a feisty [...]

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    12. This book proves that lesbian fiction as a genre isn't all terrible. Most of it is, and even the better stuff like this makes me roll my eyes and giggle at the silliness, but I haven't read much hetero romance, so maybe it's all like this. Still, this book has a great premise and is fun and engaging, albeit somewhat predictable. However, far from making it boring, the predictability is more reassuring and satisfying, like your favorite homestyle meal.

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    13. Fantastic book! One of my favorites! It's cute with the right amount of romance. I dig the way the author fast forwards the story; but wish we could have some of that dialogue in those missing scenes. Love these two characters!

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    14. I enjoyed this superior lesfic; it shows that KG MacGregor has been writing for some time and has honed this story. The characters are likeable and the chemistry between them is apparent from their first meeting in the tangled aftermath of an LA earthquake.

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    15. I really enjoyed this story. The flow and character development had be sucked in from the beginning. I'm tempted to read the others in the series right "now" but I have to at least finish one of the other books I've started reading.

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    16. Read all 4 books in the shaken series and loved them all, do love a bit of romance :)

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    17. Loved it. I just couldn't stop reading once started.

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    18. This is the revised version of the Shaken Series os stories, with only the first third of the original book. She cleaned it up nicely and it's a fantastic read!

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    19. I like this book. Really like it. This is such sweet story. I like how Anna and Lily develop their relationship. I like how they met (it's not like i want them to be in that kind of situation). even in the difficult situation, Lily still tried to light the mood, i like her scene of humor, help each other and didnt leave each other side. I also like other characters who support their relationship, who care about Lily and Anna, who will give them advice and encourage them.This is such a great and [...]

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    20. Usually I'm hyper-critical of books about lesbians and books about Los Angeles, but I really enjoyed this. Cute lesbian romance that kept surprising me.

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    21. si bien ne gusto el libro la narrativa no me convenció del todo.ce un fanfic bien pulidoemas de nucho relleno espero que mejore en los proximos libros

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    22. 3.3 starsF/F romanceThis is Book 1 of 4 in the Shaken Series. The series was originally published as one epic book called Shaken and that was MacGregor's first effort at writing/publishing. The current 4 installments cover the different stages of a couple's relationship from meeting to building a family together.This opening book is about two 30ish femme women who find each other and bond while trapped in the rubble of an LA shopping mall after a huge earthquake hits. The short one (Lilly) is a [...]

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    23. Honestly, I'd give this book 2 1/2 stars instead of just 2, but true to the rating system here on , this one was just okay for me.While I love the premise of the book- two women from completely different lives are forced to come together in order to survive in a collapsed mall that's just been hit by a massive eathquake, find love and strength, and live happily ever after- the execution could use a little work. First, I had to take a step back during the earthquake aftermath part it's depicted f [...]

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    24. An ok read. Rather predictable and formulaic, however I did enjoy the escape from the collapsed building. Those scenes were written smoothly and were easy to follow, the author handled descriptions that would normally be illustrated by sight quite well using descriptions of touch and deductive reasoning. After the escape from the collapsed building episode, the book switches to one of the usual formulas, i.e: girl meets girl, she's straight don't do it!, she couldn't love me, maybe she feels the [...]

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    25. I finally read up to Shaken #4, and feel like it about time I review this. After reading the book's description, I expected the story to be all about getting stuck in an earthquake, and the ending is the part where they finally get out. I was horribly wrong when the earthquake predicament doesn't last that long. The rest of the story is about a typical romance, a coming out story, with two people from different class and social status. Still, I did enjoyed it, otherwise, I wouldn't read it up to [...]

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    26. I can understand why people would like/love this book, however it didn't do it for me. I stopped before having read half of it. I guess it's a matter of taste for this one: the storyline is original, I admit. Two people finding each other in the midst of a disaster caused by an earthquake but I was disappointed at how actually short the "action" part was. I was expecting more danger, more suspense, more intensity, I guess. Also, I didn't like the characters at all. I found Lily to be extremely a [...]

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    27. In my quest to read some older lesbian fiction, this one came highly recommended. It did not disappoint. A well written book with good, solid characters, a plausible plot, good humor and some hot romance. The amazon and the pygmy make fun characters to follow with just the right amount of family angst. As survivors from an California earthquake they are thrown together and bond under the worst of circumstances to come out the other side with a new appreciation of each other and the chance to fol [...]

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    28. 2.75 starsWhen someone mentioned a Korrasami feeling in this book (KORRASAMI!!!) I was so eager to pick it up. Then after a while I started to wonder what's wrong with me lately when I don't seem to get into any of the materials I read, and I really really want to like this book. Now I guess all that left for me to say is: "Without Warning, you've been good and it's not your fault, but I'm so sorry".

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