Book Review Winterkill

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coverTitle: Winterkill

Author: P.H. Turner

Genre: Romantic Suspense

Rating: A

Purchase: Amazon

A beautiful reporter and a charming rancher are caught in a web of mayhem, murder…and lust.

Reporter Sawyer Cahill returns home to Cheyenne, Wyoming to report for the local station. But leaving behind the coverage of the gangland murders of San Antonio only lands her smack in the middle of the ritualistic animal mutilations. Harassed and threatened by the  freak behind the bizarre murders, Sawyer plunges into her investigation, reaping the attentions of two local ranchers.

Local rancher, Jake Spooner, tangles with a tug of war relationship with Sawyer. Tormented between his smoldering desire for Sawyer and his wish to keep her safe, their passion flames in a mountain snow storm.

Sawyer Cahill returns to her home town in Cheyennne, Wyoming to report about ritualistic animal multilations that have been going on in town. But before long, Sawyer becomes the target of the freak responsibile for the murders. But local rancher, Jake Spooner, wants to find out who’s behind the animal mutilations as well, and at first Jake and Sawyer appear to be opposites. They have instant chemistry, but neither of them is willing to give. But the more the story moves on, the more they grow closer, and Jake tries to keep Sawyer safe.

The book offers plenty of romance and suspense, and the characters have great chemistry, but even more than that, they share a connection. I liked the romance part, but the suspense part was my favorite. While we know early on who is behind the animal mutilations, that doesn’t make this person any less creepy, and I enjoyed seeing Sawyer and Jake coming closer to revealing the truth.

Writing was okay too, decent overall, and stellar here and there. Loved the characters, and would recommend to people who like suspense with a dash of romance.

 

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