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The latest in Cynthia Eden’s Killer Instinct Series, takes special agents Macey Night and Bowen Murphy “Into The Night” of the Smokey Mountains and into the mind of an organized, calculated and a patient serial killer, manipulating and taunting two agents with a past that is better left behind and forgotten.

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As the so called “vigilante’ is creating a mayhem of brutal killings of serial killers, Bowen and Macey have a hard time keeping the boundaries between personal and professional feelings apart. As they get closer to the killer, secrets and clues seem to lead them to a path of betrayal and deception so very close to home. But then this is Cynthia Eden we are talking about and with her creative mind comes a twist to this thriller.

You want a dark and exciting romantic suspense read; Cynthia Eden is the go-to author. There is something so very passionate about her hero and heroine, each having being through unimaginable pain and trauma, and the treacherous mind of her villains is just pure reading pleasure!

Cynthia Eden is exemplary in that field and I just love her characters. She gives equal depth and layers to the good as well as the bad, to make her stories so very brilliant. The suspense keeps us captivated, the adrenaline is high to keep us on the edge of the seats and Tucker and Dawn are partner to cheat death to have a future.

“Into The Night” is another captivating thriller of scintillating mind games and the personal development of Bowen and Macey, as the supporting characters add depth and brilliance to the story

Received an ARC from Harlequin via Netgalley for an honest review.

 

If you haven’t read Jennifer Jaynes, you are missing reading one of the most fascinating writers of suspense. Her plots are multi layered, keeping the readers on the edge of the seats as she takes the story though a multitude of ups and downs.

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Her latest suspense, “The Stranger Inside” is one of her best-written mysteries, questioning our ability of really knowing a person no matter how close, the decisions and choices made in debilitating situations, and the very core of human psyche.

Mystery writer Diane Christie and her son relocate to a small coastal town to start fresh, leaving behind a painful past and also hoping to bring her family together and mend her broken relationship with her college going daughter. Quite as the town maybe, but a series of college student’s murders rock the town and the killer is fixated on Diane.

With every page filled with emotion, keeping the plot tight with suspense, Jennifer Jaynes does a brilliant job of taking the readers to the very core of “The Stranger Inside.” Without giving away the suspense, all I can say is I definitely did not see the ending coming and it left me with so many questions of the choices and decisions we make in our lives. Characters have been created with the utmost detail to perfection and the sublime and unconditional love adds another perfect dimension to the story.

“The Stranger Inside” comes out May 09, 2017

Received a copy from the author for an honest review.

The Brodies continue to heat up the cold Alaskan winters!

The third in the trilogy of “The Brodies of Alaska”, the oldest Brodie brother Rafe has his job and time cut out for him as he fights for his love and tries to survive the evil lurking in the Alaska wilderness.

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Olivia Chandler has left behind a life of death and has escaped to the wild Alaskan state by the sheer determination. Changing her identity and self, she immerses herself in running the “Pelican” and staying low. Keeping to herself and staying out of Rafe’s radar gets tossed out when one of the locals gets murdered and the fear of her dangerous past comes kicking to her present. Now she has to keep herself alive and try not to fall in love with Brodie to keep him safe.

Rafe Brodie runs a successful charter business and when his first mate ends up dead, he gets into the thick of things trying to find the murderer. Giving him company in this search is the beautiful and aloof Olivia Chandler. There’s intense attraction and undeniable chemistry that brings them together. But Liv’s secrets may keep Rafe away or their love for each other may give the courage and strength to face the danger together, as one unit.

There is no doubt that Kat Martin writes some of the most interesting and captivating romances with mystery and her characters are ultra protective, super savvy and always fighting for justice. I love Rafe and Liv the best of the trio so far. With her inner strength, courage and kindness, she is the perfect partner for Rafe, the ex-water search and rescue alpha, with a kind heart and a supportive friend and citizen.

Another fascinating story of suspense and romance, evil and death, love and forever, “Against The Tide” will keep the readers engaged and thrilled!

Received an ARC from Kensington Books via NetGalley for an honest review.

 

 

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