Saturday, 3 January 2015

Review : Ghost (Alaska Heat series #3), by Stephanie Rowe

Blurb : 
His sister was brutally murdered, and Ben Forsett was convicted for the crime. On the run from the authorities, he is in a race against time to find the real killer before the psychopath targets his next victim. The last thing Ben can afford is a distraction, so when he meets a brave, sensual woman who ignites a dark desire within him, he knows they're both in trouble. 

Mari Walsh moved to the rural wilds of Alaska to rebuild her life after a violent tragedy, but she soon discovers that something even worse is hunting her. Her only chance is to trust the rebellious, sensual man that no one should believe in, especially not her. 

Can Mari and Ben fight off a serial killer who is so brilliant that no one except them even knows he exists? Or will their passion for each other entangle them even more tightly into a murderer's twisted game? 

Books in the Alaska Heat series: ICE, CHILL, and GHOST. All books in the Alaska Heat romantic suspense series are standalone thrillers that can be read in any order.






My Review : 
Everybody knows I love Stephanie Rowe, so there is no surprise if I say that I love her writing and there are slim chances I will not adore any book of hers..... Well, this book blew me away!!! I could not put it down! A beginning that has you guessing and hoping for the best, a storyline twisting and turning, when you least expect it and an ending that makes you beg for the next book NOW! It has broken characters all over, secrets that are dangerous and our two heroes trying to think Way outside the box. The mystery combined with romance, suspence and even some elements of thriller, made me read it in one go! This is a definite re-read for me!!!


About Stephanie Rowe : 



Four-time RITA® Award nominee and Golden Heart® Award winner Stephanie Rowe is a nationally bestselling author of more than thirty books. A life-long reader, she began crafting stories at age ten, but didn't realize it was her dream until she was an adult.
Once the light dawned, she immediately left behind "work" as the world defines it and went to "work" as she defines it, which means getting up every morning with a smile in her heart so she can spend the day doing that which makes her spirit sing.
Stephanie believes in learning to listen to your heart in order to figure out what your dreams are, and then opening yourself to the inspiration that will direct you there. She believes we all deserve the right to enjoy life, and for the ride to be as easy as we want it to be, and that we all should accept nothing less than making our dreams come true.
Stephanie lives in New England, and spends every day doing her best to fill it with people, observations and activities that uplift her soul, which include writing, tennis, friends, and her amazing family.

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