Tag Archives: Romantic Suspense

Review: Texas Ranger Showdown by Margaret Daley

What a fantastic suspense story this was! It was packed with great characters, from Caitlyn and Ian who shared a past attraction, to many other interesting side characters, such as Ian’s brother, Sean, and the grandmothers of the two main … Continue reading

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Review: Treacherous Trails by Dana Mentink

Treacherous TrailsĀ is an action packed addition to the Gold Country Cowboys series. This novel stands alone, even though it is the second book in the series, so no worries if you haven’t read the first one. I really liked the … Continue reading

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Review: Thread of Revenge by Elizabeth Goddard

Thread of Revenge is the first explosive book in the Coldwater Bay Intrigue series. This story gets off to an exciting start and really doesn’t let up the entire time. I liked the two main characters, Sadie and Gage, and … Continue reading

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Review: The View from Rainshadow Bay by Colleen Coble

The View from Rainshadow Bay kept me guessing. There was a lot going on in this novel and at times I felt as if I was suffering from information overload. There were so many clues, multiple characters, and scenarios from … Continue reading

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Review: Cowboy Christmas Guardian by Dana Mentink

Cowboy Christmas Guardian is a fantastic start to a new series about the Thorn brothers. It is packed with danger and situations that sometimes took my breath away! And the romance is sweetly woven throughout the story, building naturally. The … Continue reading

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Review: Lone Star Christmas Rescue by Margaret Daley

Lone Star Christmas Rescue was a fast-paced, exciting story! I really felt for these two main characters. Drake’s backstory held a lot of loss and heartache. He was a great leading man, both a protector and very caring. “Kay”, who … Continue reading

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Review: Blind Spot by Dani Pettrey

Pettrey continues to ramp up the tension in Blind Spot, the third novel in the Chesapeake Valor series! I highly recommend reading the first two books in the series before picking up Blind Spot. There are relationships and events that … Continue reading

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Blind Spot – Dani Pettrey’s Live Video Event!

Click hereĀ (or on the above graphic) to be taken to the Facebook Event post and RSVP for the Live event, where Dani will reveal the cover for book four in the series! There will also be giveaways!

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Review: Targeted for Danger

The following reviews are for six of the eight novellas in the Targeted for Danger collection. This was a collection I purchased and really enjoyed as a fan of suspense. Crossfire by Susan May Warren Wow! Even though this is … Continue reading

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Review: Deadly Proof by Rachel Dylan

I thoroughly enjoyed this legal thriller! The author made me feel as if I was in a law firm, trying to build a strategy, wade through documents, and work out how to win a case. It felt very realistic. Along … Continue reading

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