I found myself in the mood for a romantic suspense, and as luck would have it, Lock ‘N’ Load by Tee O’Fallon popped up in my Inbox. The first in the Federal K-9 series featuring agents and their K-9’s O’Fallon provided a heartwarming, sexy, must-read romance with a suspenseful storyline.
There is nothing like curling up with a good book. Regardless of what name she pens them under, Jayne Anne Krentz always satisfies this reader. The Other Lady Vanishes by Amanda Quick is the second novel in the Burning Cove series. Suspense, Hollywood glamour, murder, and an unexpected romance delivered the perfect Saturday afternoon read.
Winter Igniting by Rebecca Zanetti is the fifth novel in the post-apocalyptic, romantic suspense series, Scorpius Syndrome. ARC development, a passionate romance, and trouble made for an intensely addictive read.
Survive the Night by Katie Ruggle is the third book in the Rocky Mountain K9 Unit series. While each of the books contains a romantic couple’s story, there is crossover and an overall suspenseful thread that beckons to be read from the beginning. Suspense, cute animals, and a sweet romance made Survive the Night an enjoyable listen.
True to You by Jennifer Ryan is the second book in the romantic suspense series Montana Heat. The tale features DEA Special Agent Dawson King as he goes undercover to takedown, Iceman, a notorious drug dealer. Things get complicated when King gets close to the drug lord’s daughter Cara Potter. Suspenseful and well-paced Ryan delivered a heartwarming romance that swept me away.
Undercover Attraction by Katee Robert is the fifth novel in the wildly addictive O’Malleys series featuring mafia families in Boston, MA. Hot, intense and filled with complex characters you will come to love. Robert captivating story alongside the narrations of Charlotte North delivered another memorable listen.
Jayne Ann Krentz delivered a gripping romantic suspense that is sure to delight old and new fans. Promise Not to Tell is the second novel in the Cutler, Sutter & Salinas series but will work as a standalone. Complex characters, a cult, hidden key, and murder kept me up into the wee hours hoping for a happily ever after.