Loved Body of Evidence. Rachel Grant is quickly becoming one of my favorite go-to authors for romantic suspense. This book starts off in high gear, liLoved Body of Evidence. Rachel Grant is quickly becoming one of my favorite go-to authors for romantic suspense. This book starts off in high gear, life and death action and never lets up!
I've read 3 books by Ms. Grant and I have yet to be disappointed.
Grave Danger is my second Rachel Grant novel and I thoroughly enjoyed her voice and story telling. Since RS is a favorite genre of mine to read, whenGrave Danger is my second Rachel Grant novel and I thoroughly enjoyed her voice and story telling. Since RS is a favorite genre of mine to read, when it delivers a great balance of suspenseful storyline mixed with the perfect blend of romance...color me happy. Ms. Grant hit the mark on both counts with Grave Danger.
Once again, as was the case in Concrete Evidence, the field of Archaeology provides the perfect backdrop for the drama unfolding for Libby Maitland who just wants to do the best job she was hired to do in Coho Washington. Too bad someone has other plans for Libby once her crew makes a grizzly discovery during their dig...secrets that someone desperately would just as soon remained buried. Libby’s reputation is on the line as someone attempts to discredit her work and set her up for a series of crimes.
Libby and the local law in the form of Police Chief Mark Colby get off to a rocky start but there is no denying they are attracted to each other despite Mark’s initial distrust of Libby and her past relationship with a cop that ended very, very badly. Mark should have been the last person on earth Libby was attracted to and she did try to maintain her distance but he’s very sexy.
Mark has to walk a fine line while investigating several suspicious events especially when all the evidence points directly at Libby as the culprit rather than the victim she is claiming to be. Being involved with a suspect and trying to conduct an unbiased investigation is not easy assignment for the conflicted lawman but the situation provides for great conflict between Mark and Libby just when their relationship was heating up nicely. No smooth sailing to an HEA for these two. Ms. Grant does a great job of making them work for it.
Ms. Grant knows her archaeology and weaves facts, figures and procedures throughout the story to produce an interesting and well developed plotline that kept me hooked, guessing and on the edge of my seat until the end.
I love reading romantic suspense. And when done right and it hits all my buttons, I go to my happy place with a huge smile on my face.
Concrete EvidencI love reading romantic suspense. And when done right and it hits all my buttons, I go to my happy place with a huge smile on my face.
Concrete Evidence is top-notch romantic suspense. It had everything I crave and love about the genre. Betrayal, deception, a great detailed non-stop action story and lots of sexy flirting and sexual tension.
Erica and Lee based on their incorrect perception and knowledge about each other know their relationship is trouble but they so can’t help the attraction they feel towards each other. They are super hot together.
Erica Kesling thinks Lee Scott is a spoiled, lazy, younger that her at 25 intern who only seems intent on really applying himself to his latest game of Tetris. Boy is she wrong. In reality Lee is secretly working undercover at Drake and Talon, hired by his step-brother JT Talon to discover who is involved in smuggling antiques into the Country using the company as a cover. I adore the working undercover, you have no idea who I really am troupe. I eagerly turn the pages in anticipation for the fallout when all is revealed. I was not disappointed.
You can really tell Rachel Grant knows her stuff. Concrete Evidence had a very interesting storyline that set the stage for a rich, well developed story with so many twists and turns.
I loved Erica. This poor girl had been through the wringer and yet she was totally dedicated to her job, trying to get herself out of financial ruin thanks to her dear Mama and wanted desperately to clear her professional name.
Lee was sent into Drake and Talon to solve a crime and find a crook and number one on his suspect list was his tantalizing boss Erica. But the more time Lee spent in close quarters with Erica he began to have serious doubts that Erica was the culprit he was looking for. Then a blast from the past sends shock waves through Erica’s life and bad things started happening to her and all of Lee’s protective instincts kick in.
I can’t recommend Concrete Evidence enough if you are looking for an action packed, well plotted, steamy, sexy romantic suspense story. I can’t wait for Ms. Grant’s next book Grave Danger.
I’ve just added another author to my RS auto-buy list right up there with Laura Griffin, Pamela Clare, Karen Rose and Roxanne St. Clair. ...more
Well after reading Out of Turn it is pretty obvious (at least to me) who Kathleen is going to end up with. And Ms. Snow...she better end up with him!
KWell after reading Out of Turn it is pretty obvious (at least to me) who Kathleen is going to end up with. And Ms. Snow...she better end up with him!
Kathleen clearly has more heat, chemistry and passion with one brother compared to the other. And she better end up with that brother or I am going to be really upset!
Of course all this hinges on whether or not Kathleen can survive all the life-threatening situations she finds herself in each and every book. No one has faced death as many times as Kathleen has over this 4 book series so far and like the proverbial Timex watch...she takes a lickin’ and keeps on tickin’.
Maybe in book 5 she can just have all kinds of sexy fun with the right brother and get over her obsession with coming between Kade and Blane. One brother I feel can survive and move on without Kathleen. I fear the other brother would never be able to get over losing her so I know for sure she will end up with the right brother!
Yes I definitely have a favorite brother? Could you tell?...more
I’ve never read anything by Liliana Hart before. I've seen her books mentioned on Goodreads and Twitter but somehow I’ve never read one. My first quesI’ve never read anything by Liliana Hart before. I've seen her books mentioned on Goodreads and Twitter but somehow I’ve never read one. My first question after starting Kill Shot was WHHHHHY NOT! Boy have I been missing out.
Kill Shot was everything that I love about Romantic Suspense. So, so many good things that hit all my buttons as a reader.
I love a kick-ass heroine and Grace Meredith fits the bill. I love great conflict between H/h and again Kill Shot delivers in spades. Grace and Gabe have history, a story makes you feel for both of them and despite Grace’s determination to keep Gabe at arm’s length and leave their past right where she wants it in the past...they are so totally smokin’ hot together...sizzle, sizzle.
A fast-paced plot, loads of action, sexual tension galore and great secondary characters with names like Grim Reaper and Dragon that make me salivate with anticipation for their stories.
I will definitely be checking out Ms. Hart’s backlist...and so should you!...more
Karen Rose never fails to disappoint and Did You Miss Me delivers on all points...creepy killer, fabulous, strong hero and an amazing, complicated, keKaren Rose never fails to disappoint and Did You Miss Me delivers on all points...creepy killer, fabulous, strong hero and an amazing, complicated, keep you guessing, on the edge of your seat plot. ...more
I haven't read a La Nora book in a long time. This one was a great welcome back. Loved everything about the story. Heroine reminded me so much of a feI haven't read a La Nora book in a long time. This one was a great welcome back. Loved everything about the story. Heroine reminded me so much of a female Sheldon from The Big Bang Theory. ...more
For me short stories are usually just ok reads. I either love them or am left feeling indifferent about them. Risk The Night definitely falls into theFor me short stories are usually just ok reads. I either love them or am left feeling indifferent about them. Risk The Night definitely falls into the love category.
Man Anne Stuart writes an Alpha-hole like no other. Brooding, blunt, gorgeous, seemingly cold-blooded and blurring the lines between right and wrong. And the heroine if often overcome by his sheer magnetism and the air of danger surrounding him.
Holy Moly Anne Stuart packs a lot of story into this scant 50 odd pages and I am seriously pissed it was this short. I needed more of Constantine or D’Arangelo...whatever he was calling himself. ...more