|Plot Summary of Without a Trace|
Trace O'Hurley grew up with traveling entertainers, but when the life became tiresome for him, he left home and eventually became a spy for the ISS. He decides to retire after over ten years when his best friend dies. While drinking to his friend's memory, Gillian Fitzpatrick comes to him and tells him that his friend was actually murdered because of her, and she wants his help to find her kidnapped brother and niece.
Trace agrees to help and takes her to Morocco, where they arrange to rescue her family. Gillian begins to fall in love with Trace, and he realizes that he is in love with her, but he doesn't believe that he is good enough for her and is afraid of his own feelings. After Gillian is kidnapped as well, Trace manages to save her and her family.
Gillian conviences Trace to finally return to the states for his sister's wedding, and he meets up with his old partner, who is now his brother-in-law. Trace reunites with his family and mends old fences. He tries his best to make himself at home again, but he realizes that he can't be at peace until he knows Gillian is at his side. Will she agree to marry him or would she rather move on without her dangerous love?
This synopsis report prepared by Rachael High
|Chapter Analysis of Without a Trace|
Ratings are on a 1-10 scale (Low to High)
Time/era of story
- rescue kidnapped secondary character
If one lover chases another...
- she chases after him
Main Male Character
Sex makes him
Main Female Character
Effect of sexing
Part of Africa:
- Arabic Africa
The Americas (not US):
- fort/military installation
Accounts of torture and death?
- moderately detailed references to deaths
What % of story is romance related?
How explicit is the sex?
- descript of kissing
- touching of anatomy
- actual description of sex
Focus of story
- equally on him and her
How much dialog
- roughly even amounts of descript and dialog
How much sexing?
- 3-4 sex acts
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