A modern day Scarlett and an old-fashioned Rhett...this a timeswept romance novel. Unsure if she will ever return to her own era, Charli decided to take a few chances of her own-and risk a love that might end as quickly as it began.
I do love these timetravel novels and this one was no exception.
How well do you know your spouse? What if the person you married was keeping secrets from you? What if the one you loved is involved in something so dangerous it could destroy you both? Kate Theodorus is about to find out....
This book held my interest the whole way through. I have enjoyed all of the Iris Johansen books I have read so far. I think her main character, Eve Duncan is a real spunky gal no matter what is thrown her way.
I used to read a lot of John Sanford's books then I kind of got away from him & this is my first one again in a few years and now I remember why I liked him so much. This one is a page turner till the end.
Is Ben Tierney the feared abductor? Or is he who he claims to be...her rescuer from harm & from the tragedy that haunts her. The compelling characters, sexual tension, and stunning plots combine to make this one a page turner until the very end.
This is the first Julie Parsons book I have read but you can bet I'll be hoping to find some more of hers listed here to get. I enjoyed this one! This one kept me on edge trying to figure out what would happen next...
A bizzare series of grisly murders has San Francisco in a death grip, the work of a serial killer somewhere between a man and monster. Behind his horrific rule lies a mystery as old as the American West itself....a secret worth protecting...and worth killing for. From the cutting edge of psychological terror comes this spell binding novel that reaches from the darkest depths of the past into todays highest tech...from Custer's last stand to horror ripping through the American heartland..
Once again Slade delivers. I really like this author so far.
Murder didn't end Nina Madden's life-it destroyed it. When her father is charged with the serial killings of several college students. When her father died in prison, his case was still on appeal. More than 16 years later, a new series of murders in once again palguing Stone River, similar to the ones that sent Nina's dad to prison...
I was a bit disappointed with this one. The first two were really page turners for me, very interesting and suspenseful but this one was harder to get through. The dialog was amusing in places when I didn't think it should have been. It also seemed odd and stilted in places for me. I did like it but it didn't live up to the previous two. Never the less, I'd recommend it to those who have been waiting to see just what Victor was up to.