Reviews - Suspense/Thriller

Laura Iglesias is desperate to save her child, who has been kidnapped by the dangerous San Matean politician Ernesto Ruiz. Ruiz is using the child as a pawn to goad Laura’s father out of hiding.

Sheriff Cooper Delaney believes he is going crazy. He has been hearing voices warning him of death. He is disturbed when a body found matches the one that was in his most recent nightmare. The dead are not meant to talk to the living, but when more bodies are found, he knows there is something far more sinister out there. Dr. Samantha Fowler has started over again.

Seeking independence, Lacey Reed jumps at the chance for a career in the big city. Unfortunately, her eagerness leads her straight into the hands of a blackmailer. Broke with no savings or a safe place to turn to, she literally runs into financier Connor Devlin. Dazzled by Lacey, Connor feels compelled to help.

Wildfell
London
Clarke

Anne Fleming abandons her life as a graduate student after a traumatic incident, fleeing to England.  On the plane, she has encounters that will change the course of her life.  Bain Tierney is a dark-haired, dark-eyed Irish bad boy that draws the emotionally damaged Anne like a moth to a flame.  He suggests she take a room where he stays, a boarding house called Wildfell.  Wildfell has a sinist

French Crossing
Elizabeth
Smith

French Crossing is an unexciting sleepy little place, until a movie production invades the plantation where Ryann McKenna and her family have lived for generations. Ryann has always done what is expected of her but when she meets actor/director Jordan Cade her life is flipped upside down. He awakens all her suppressed dreams and longings.

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