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New York Times bestselling author Stephanie Rowe delivers a masterful, heart-pounding romantic suspense in which a woman with a killer on her trail enlists the help of a man who disappeared from his life eight years ago, reawakening a dormant murderer. "Fast-paced, dangerous, deadly, and sinfully sexy as hell." ~Hockeyvamp (Amazon Review) Alaskan bush pilot Luke Webber is al New York Times bestselling author Stephanie Rowe delivers a masterful, heart-pounding romantic suspense in which a woman with a killer on her trail enlists the help of a man who disappeared from his life eight years ago, reawakening a dormant murderer. "Fast-paced, dangerous, deadly, and sinfully sexy as hell." ~Hockeyvamp (Amazon Review) Alaskan bush pilot Luke Webber is all male: rugged and tough, a man whose loyalty is as ruthless and fierce as the storms that ravage the untamed wilderness he claims as his home. Isabella Kopas burns with a passion for those she loves, and not even a bullet in her shoulder and a deadly assassin in pursuit can keep her from fighting for the life of the only family she has left. Intense and undeniable fire ignites between them the moment Isabella stumbles into Luke's life, but the nightmare she brings with her will push them to the limits of the passion pounding so desperately in their souls.


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New York Times bestselling author Stephanie Rowe delivers a masterful, heart-pounding romantic suspense in which a woman with a killer on her trail enlists the help of a man who disappeared from his life eight years ago, reawakening a dormant murderer. "Fast-paced, dangerous, deadly, and sinfully sexy as hell." ~Hockeyvamp (Amazon Review) Alaskan bush pilot Luke Webber is al New York Times bestselling author Stephanie Rowe delivers a masterful, heart-pounding romantic suspense in which a woman with a killer on her trail enlists the help of a man who disappeared from his life eight years ago, reawakening a dormant murderer. "Fast-paced, dangerous, deadly, and sinfully sexy as hell." ~Hockeyvamp (Amazon Review) Alaskan bush pilot Luke Webber is all male: rugged and tough, a man whose loyalty is as ruthless and fierce as the storms that ravage the untamed wilderness he claims as his home. Isabella Kopas burns with a passion for those she loves, and not even a bullet in her shoulder and a deadly assassin in pursuit can keep her from fighting for the life of the only family she has left. Intense and undeniable fire ignites between them the moment Isabella stumbles into Luke's life, but the nightmare she brings with her will push them to the limits of the passion pounding so desperately in their souls.

30 review for Chill

  1. 5 out of 5

    Saly

    I wanted to enjoy Chill I really did, it had a nice hero Luke but the heroine got on my nerves with her hero-worship. Luke is the partner of Cort in their bush flying business for the past 8 years, he was also a scientist but he also had a past he ran from. He used to be Adam Fie, that life cost him two women, his mother and his fiancee, it was a life filled with violence and guns. His father Marcus at the center of it all, he could feel himself falling into that hole so he left everything and st I wanted to enjoy Chill I really did, it had a nice hero Luke but the heroine got on my nerves with her hero-worship. Luke is the partner of Cort in their bush flying business for the past 8 years, he was also a scientist but he also had a past he ran from. He used to be Adam Fie, that life cost him two women, his mother and his fiancee, it was a life filled with violence and guns. His father Marcus at the center of it all, he could feel himself falling into that hole so he left everything and started over. He tries to not get attached since he can get people hurt. Isabella Kopas works for Marcus. Marcus gave her the security she craved so she worships him, blind to his business and faults. Her mother worked as a hooker but Isa adored her and her death and what led to it hit her hard. One evening at Marcus's birthday party things go south with Isa shot and Marcus maybe kidnapped by his people. So, Isa runs to Alaska to Luke who she tracked for Marcus. Luke wants nothing to do with his father and the trouble Isa brings but he cannot help but protect her. Still good going, but then Isa became a shrew, she hung on to the necklace those guys after her wanted because she wants to save Marcus. Everyone including her best friend told her that Marcus is not that great guy but no does she believe her no, hell she even tries to find fault with Luke when he tries to tell her what his father did and is capable of, instead she berates him for his lack of loyalty. What a biatch!Then she keeps compounding this stupidity over and over. Luke should have dumped her, she caused his friend to almost die, blew his life and still had the audacity to dress him down.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Shoshanna

    I wanted to like this one more. It’s probably a 2.5/3 Stars for me though and mostly because of Isa. I love Rowe’s cowboy series, like seriously love it a lot. So I was hoping I would feel the same here. Luke was great. I understood him and felt for him. While Isa was annoying and so naive it was ridiculous. And then when she would get made at Luke because he knew the truth even if she wasn’t willing to see it when it was smacking her in the face. The writing and storytelling were done well and I wanted to like this one more. It’s probably a 2.5/3 Stars for me though and mostly because of Isa. I love Rowe’s cowboy series, like seriously love it a lot. So I was hoping I would feel the same here. Luke was great. I understood him and felt for him. While Isa was annoying and so naive it was ridiculous. And then when she would get made at Luke because he knew the truth even if she wasn’t willing to see it when it was smacking her in the face. The writing and storytelling were done well and enjoyable. I just could get over how Isa handled herself and the betrayal she does is not cool.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Melanie

    Absolutely a great book. Why haven't I read them before? Stephanie Rowe writes with such heart. You feel everything coming off the pages and you are swept away. Absolutely a great book. Why haven't I read them before? Stephanie Rowe writes with such heart. You feel everything coming off the pages and you are swept away.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Alys Baldwin

    Fantastic. What a great story. I just loved all the twists and turns with Luke and Isa. This series just gets better and better.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Barbara ★

    I'm a sap for anything Alaska so this book was right up my alley. Luke Webber has run from a life of crime and familial betrayal. He has run as far from Boston as possible and still stay in the United States. He's changed his name and hoped he's disappeared for good until Isabella Kopas shows up asking for Adam Fie (his alter ego). Luke tries his darnedest to ignore this beautiful woman with men trying to kill her but he finds that he jut can't let her die regardless that she hero worships his h I'm a sap for anything Alaska so this book was right up my alley. Luke Webber has run from a life of crime and familial betrayal. He has run as far from Boston as possible and still stay in the United States. He's changed his name and hoped he's disappeared for good until Isabella Kopas shows up asking for Adam Fie (his alter ego). Luke tries his darnedest to ignore this beautiful woman with men trying to kill her but he finds that he jut can't let her die regardless that she hero worships his hated father. As the story unwinds, things are revealed to Luke that will eventually change his thinking of past events and change his mind about his father and what really happened. The journey to that discovery is is nerve-wracking, exciting and romantic. I thoroughly enjoyed Stephanie Rowe's second Alaska adventure and since just realizing a third was published this year, I'll be getting my hands on it sooner rather than later.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Hayley

    Good! Not as good as Ice though, :)

  7. 5 out of 5

    Whispers From

    Good Luke is a bush pilot and former scientist who now resides in Alaska, where he started his new life. Luke left his father, Marcus, and his old life behind or he was going to end up turning just like his dad. Isabella knows all about antiques and lives in Marcus’s sprawling mansion. Something goes wrong and Isa is shot and runs with the necklace. She is the only one who knows where Luke is, so she goes to him for help. Now Luke is brought back into that life and he will end it one way or anoth Good Luke is a bush pilot and former scientist who now resides in Alaska, where he started his new life. Luke left his father, Marcus, and his old life behind or he was going to end up turning just like his dad. Isabella knows all about antiques and lives in Marcus’s sprawling mansion. Something goes wrong and Isa is shot and runs with the necklace. She is the only one who knows where Luke is, so she goes to him for help. Now Luke is brought back into that life and he will end it one way or another to keep Isa and his friends safe. Sexual tension, fast paced action. Two people who know what the lose of a loved one is like. Not as good as the first one but I still enjoyed it.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Vickie Raynor

    A wild ride through Alaska with all its roughened wilderness staring down at Luke and Isabella. The danger at every corner was riveting. This is a stand-alone in an incredible series and I can’t wait to read the next one!

  9. 5 out of 5

    Heidi Aldrich

    Great series This is an action packed, can't put down book. I am a new reader to Stephanie Rowe books, and so thankful I am. The Alaska heat series, draws you in and makes you feel like you are there. Highly Recommend Great series This is an action packed, can't put down book. I am a new reader to Stephanie Rowe books, and so thankful I am. The Alaska heat series, draws you in and makes you feel like you are there. Highly Recommend

  10. 5 out of 5

    Rebecca Delio

    Exceptional Story Again Stephanie Rowe put out a wonderful story filled with adventure, romance, and excitement, books that are hard to put down.. I loved all the books I have read and would read them all again.....

  11. 5 out of 5

    Alix

    Well. The award for (literally) the dumbest heroine I have ever read goes to... this bitch. Ugh.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Jenn Shanks Crouse

    There are those books that seem to be written with a specific soundtrack that speaks to the writer - one that even the reader can hear. I don't know if Ms. Rowe likes the Fray or not, but it just seemed to run through my head as I read this intense romantic thriller (or maybe that was just my Pandora radio being ironic). Going beyond the usual story of boy (bush pilot) meets girl, boy loses girl, boy chucks it all to save girls - Chill spans the continent, hauling the reader on a intriguing cros There are those books that seem to be written with a specific soundtrack that speaks to the writer - one that even the reader can hear. I don't know if Ms. Rowe likes the Fray or not, but it just seemed to run through my head as I read this intense romantic thriller (or maybe that was just my Pandora radio being ironic). Going beyond the usual story of boy (bush pilot) meets girl, boy loses girl, boy chucks it all to save girls - Chill spans the continent, hauling the reader on a intriguing cross country adventure that promises and delivers sexy romance along the way. There is no denying that spontaneous combustion that occurs when Luke and Isabella meet. However, it is the skillfully crafted characters, dialogue and story that suck the reader in. Refreshingly, much of the angst and emotional turmoil belong to the hero, proving that even alpha males can suffer from the sins and betrayals of the past. Luke's return home to Boston, with it's affluence and urbanity prove diametrically opposite to the stark but harsh beauty of the Alaskan wilderness. It also provides the perfect backdrop for Rowe to explore the deconstruction of all Luke's pent up painful past. No easy journey, the fight this pair undergoes not only makes them stronger but their union that much sweeter. Chill socks it to the reader straight from the start - murder, kidnapping, suspense, drama, intrigue - you name it. Oh, and a healthy dose of sexy tension between two strong but broken souls who somehow, some way, manage not only to find each other but save each other in the end, literally and figuratively. The secondary characters are not as enjoyable in this second Alaskan Heat novel - perhaps because there was such a primary focus on Luke and Isa. The "bad guys" are really bad - not just crazy like the previous Alaskan Heat novel, Ice. The incorporation of the "history" of the jewelry provided a whole other layer and proves, once again, that Stephanie Rowe has imagination and the writing chops to back it up! Catch it while there are still a few frosty nights left or save it for a cooling off when the weather gets too warm - either way, Chill guarantees a thrill ride with the promise of magic, the power of perseverance and the hope of happy ever afters. RATING: 5 Chocolate-Dipped Strawberries and a tasteful martini to go with a gallery viewing somewhere around Beacon Hill....Hmmmmmm. This review was originially written for Guilty Indulgence Book Club - for more information go to http://guiltyindulgencebookclub.blogs...

  13. 5 out of 5

    Kelly

    I'm torn on this book. I liked the overall idea and I liked Luke and Isabella enough but I had some niggling questions that overrode my total immersion in the story. My biggest question being: Is Isabella some sort of government trained, ninja hacker that she can track down a man who for all intents and purposes disappeared off the face of the planet eight years before? If it were me being asked to find someone using just a computer without help from any outside sources, I'd resort to Googling a I'm torn on this book. I liked the overall idea and I liked Luke and Isabella enough but I had some niggling questions that overrode my total immersion in the story. My biggest question being: Is Isabella some sort of government trained, ninja hacker that she can track down a man who for all intents and purposes disappeared off the face of the planet eight years before? If it were me being asked to find someone using just a computer without help from any outside sources, I'd resort to Googling and that probably wouldn't get me very far. My Google-fu is strong, but I find it doubtful it could scale Mt. Off The Grid and find someone who had reinvented himself as carefully as Luke had. It's a little thing but it kept haunting me throughout the book. Just so you know, I'm totally a sucker for the stranded together with no one to rely on but one another scenario. Seriously, it gets me every time. So when things would happen that would put these two into close proximity I got all excited. Especially when their close proximity involved them being naked (freezing water, possibility of hypothermia... hey! Nudity happens!). That said, I was a little put off by something that happened at the end (and which I won't go into detail about because it's fairly pivotal to the plot). I'll just say that I'm not a big fan of easy endings. I like grit and blood. I like it when the bad guys are bad. I like it when everything dirty and nasty doesn't get whitewashed to make things fall into place for the hero. I enjoyed the book but I can't really say I ever suspended my disbelief enough to become totally immersed in it. I liked a lot of the elements (did you see where I mentioned the nudity?) but it never grabbed me and pulled me in as much as I thought it would. -Kelly @ Reading the Paranormal

  14. 4 out of 5

    Riding Reviewer

    My Thoughts CHILL is a riveting story of danger, betrayal, intrigue and the healing powers of love. Beyond their initial attraction, Luke and Isabella find they have a lot in common. However, many of the things that bring them together revolve around the past Luke wants and needs to forget. To save Isabella he is forced to face the demons of this past. Ever the reluctant hero, Luke returns to his father’s Boston home because Isa has quickly become more important to him than his new life in Alaska My Thoughts CHILL is a riveting story of danger, betrayal, intrigue and the healing powers of love. Beyond their initial attraction, Luke and Isabella find they have a lot in common. However, many of the things that bring them together revolve around the past Luke wants and needs to forget. To save Isabella he is forced to face the demons of this past. Ever the reluctant hero, Luke returns to his father’s Boston home because Isa has quickly become more important to him than his new life in Alaska. Their fight against those who’ve ruined both their lives is a harrowing battle to the death which leaves them finally able to enjoy a threat-free future, together. Rowe captures the dangers of Alaska and the nature of the people there so well that someone who’s never ventured anywhere West can get a full appreciation for the harsh life and strong inhabitants. With equal finesse, she takes us to the art world of Boston and the lifestyle of wealthy art collectors. Her characters are wonderfully flawed and totally redeemable. She builds the suspense in a way that makes the reader experience the same tension the characters do. You’ll cheer for Luke and Isabella to find the means to overcome their very different pasts, the current threats to them and their own stubbornness so they can find the peace they both deserve. CHILL has everything a reader needs – death, threats, thefts, attraction and hot, sweet romance. Rating: 4.5 Reviewed By: Jeanne Stone-Hunter for My Book Addiction and More

  15. 4 out of 5

    Jacqueline J

    This was a middle of the road read. The plot was a bit farfetched. It concerned the antiquities trade and people willing to kill to have certain relics. It was hard to follow in places and hard to swallow in others. I know that there are some pretty shady dealings in the blackmarket antiquities world but here the actual part about the antiquities was not written in enough detail to make me buy into it. Luke/Adam used to be caught up in the illegal part of the trade, I think. A lot was suggested This was a middle of the road read. The plot was a bit farfetched. It concerned the antiquities trade and people willing to kill to have certain relics. It was hard to follow in places and hard to swallow in others. I know that there are some pretty shady dealings in the blackmarket antiquities world but here the actual part about the antiquities was not written in enough detail to make me buy into it. Luke/Adam used to be caught up in the illegal part of the trade, I think. A lot was suggested but not explained. Making him a scientist just seemed like a weird nowhere idea. It was thrown in and not used or explained at all. What kind of a scientist? I don't know, the author never said. The jewelry that this book particularly concerned wasn't given enough explanation to make me believe it was that valuable. Isabelle was a good character, true to heself and her belief that everyone is worthy of love. Luke was okay but his angstiness was a bit heavy handed and didn't always ring true. The ending was a bit too feel good for me. The action sequences are fairly well done and the character interaction between the hero and heroine is pretty good. I would have liked Alaska to have played a bit more of a role and there was some formulaic stuff at the end with Cort (a friend of Luke's) which seemed included only to force the hero to go in a certain direction. Still if you're looking for a fairly decent romantic suspense read, this should do.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Tonileg

    Luke has lived a different life in Alaska for the past 8 years, he has lots of secrets but people keep to themselves in the tundra so he has found as much peace as he has ever had (read = still not totally at peace). Isabella has also rebuilt a life with Marco (Luke's father) in a Boston mafia family, where she lives like a daughter and a professional authenticator for relics and antiquities for Marco's 'family' until everything goes terribly wrong at Marco's sixtieth birthday party where she ha Luke has lived a different life in Alaska for the past 8 years, he has lots of secrets but people keep to themselves in the tundra so he has found as much peace as he has ever had (read = still not totally at peace). Isabella has also rebuilt a life with Marco (Luke's father) in a Boston mafia family, where she lives like a daughter and a professional authenticator for relics and antiquities for Marco's 'family' until everything goes terribly wrong at Marco's sixtieth birthday party where she has to run for her life when her new life is literally killed to death. So she runs to find help, she runs to find Luke (aka Adam). There is not the usual HEA because these are damaged people from a maria style violent background, they are sharks that can't just become fluffy kittens because they fall in love for the first time in their messed up lives. I liked what the author does to make the romance work out. This is an action packed contemporary romance with a couple of adults that have had a lot of disappointments and betrayals in their past. There is two sexy scenes but they are short and part of the story. I got this free for kindle and it was good and worth purchasing as an exciting romance. 3 stars for kick-ass action filled romance

  17. 5 out of 5

    Barb McKinley

    ICE, GHOST, CHILL....ALL 3 ARE GREAT! I read all three books in this series and all were good romantic good versus bad plots. Each story introduces new characters that sometimes show up in a later book. It will be a better experience if you read them in order. They can all stand on their own and each will be something a lot of people will enjoy. There is intrigue, suspense, mystery, action, Alaskan adventure and romance and danger to keep the story rolling along. Ms. Rowe delivers a great story wi ICE, GHOST, CHILL....ALL 3 ARE GREAT! I read all three books in this series and all were good romantic good versus bad plots. Each story introduces new characters that sometimes show up in a later book. It will be a better experience if you read them in order. They can all stand on their own and each will be something a lot of people will enjoy. There is intrigue, suspense, mystery, action, Alaskan adventure and romance and danger to keep the story rolling along. Ms. Rowe delivers a great story with well developed characters, some to love and some to hate. Each story takes place in Alaska and you will get a feel for the Alaskan storms and the risks that the many bush pilots must endure. If you have never been to Alaska, plan to go. It is a beautiful and very true that people rely on each other and are down to earth as the winters can be beautiful yet harsh. There are a lot of bush pilots there because Alaska is vast and some places are only reachable by plane. I loved the time I spent there and will go back if I gat the chance because it is beautiful. These books will give you just a glimpse and you will want to know more! I am happy to recommend these books to all romance readers. KUDOS Ms. Rowe on a tale well told.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Amber

    3.5 STARS! This was a hard review for me to write for some reason and while I really did like this story, and thought it was very well written as every book by Stephanie Rowe is, it was missing something for me and I can't quite put my finger on it. In this book you get a romance story, with super hot chemistry between Luke the emotionally closed off, sexy, Alaskan bush pilot and Isabella the beautiful, resilient woman who wears her heart on her sleeve. Together they fight the bad guys and in th 3.5 STARS! This was a hard review for me to write for some reason and while I really did like this story, and thought it was very well written as every book by Stephanie Rowe is, it was missing something for me and I can't quite put my finger on it. In this book you get a romance story, with super hot chemistry between Luke the emotionally closed off, sexy, Alaskan bush pilot and Isabella the beautiful, resilient woman who wears her heart on her sleeve. Together they fight the bad guys and in the end realize that they were made for one another and get their happily ever after. But the story just seemed to end and left me with lingering questions that had no resolution - like what happened with his relationship with Cort, was Kaylie still pissed off? Also, I would have loved for the story to end with Luke and Isabella going back to Alaska together. Maybe these questions will be answered in book 3 - Ghost??? Overall it was nice story with great characters, I just wish it would have ended as good/exciting as it started (at least for me).

  19. 4 out of 5

    Elizabeth

    This is the second novel in the Alaska Heart series. I really enjoyed reading this book, however, the female lead was really, really dumb. And by dumb, I mean doing anything and everything to get them killed by the bad guys. Her heart may have been in the right place, but I would've left her so many times if I were Luke. She damn near got him killed through every single idea, or decision she made. Also, Kaylie was SUPER-bitch in this book. I didn't like her at all. She is irate at Luke because h This is the second novel in the Alaska Heart series. I really enjoyed reading this book, however, the female lead was really, really dumb. And by dumb, I mean doing anything and everything to get them killed by the bad guys. Her heart may have been in the right place, but I would've left her so many times if I were Luke. She damn near got him killed through every single idea, or decision she made. Also, Kaylie was SUPER-bitch in this book. I didn't like her at all. She is irate at Luke because he "brought his trouble" to her and Cort, but she fails to remember that her trouble got a lot of innocent people killed as well- Old Tom, for example. Not only that, but Luke put his life on the line multiple times for her ass in the first novel. So bitch can just shut right the hell up. I will write a full review for this novel soon.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Freddieville

    I really like Stephanie Rowe, but I found this book hard to like. The lead female Isabella was so naive she was hard to like. Don't get me wrong I love when a person's innocence of the world is not jaded, but then there is just plain stupid. Isabella is on the run from killers and appeals to her boss's son for help,Luke, but refuses to believe that her boss's actions have set her on this dangerous path. I did like Luke's background and how his moral complexity was written regarding dealing with I really like Stephanie Rowe, but I found this book hard to like. The lead female Isabella was so naive she was hard to like. Don't get me wrong I love when a person's innocence of the world is not jaded, but then there is just plain stupid. Isabella is on the run from killers and appeals to her boss's son for help,Luke, but refuses to believe that her boss's actions have set her on this dangerous path. I did like Luke's background and how his moral complexity was written regarding dealing with Isabella and her situation. I also liked how Rowe meshed his past self with his new self.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Pamela Kacmarynski

    I loved this book. It made me cry which is always an indicator that I am so involved in the story it has become personal. I love how Stephanie took similar situations for two characters and they reacted so differently but for the most part the same. Her female character was able to show vulnerability without being weak. I wanted to be able to say that if tragedy struck I would be a survivor like Isabelle the suspense and action kept me rooted to the book until the very end. Excellent read

  22. 5 out of 5

    MooseGirl

    I'm still enjoying this series. I liked Luke and his dangerous past. Again, I found the heroine a little annoying. Isabella is far too naive and there were times I wanted to shake some sense into her. Still, there was plenty of action in the book and it was well written. It was a very enjoyable book. I'm still enjoying this series. I liked Luke and his dangerous past. Again, I found the heroine a little annoying. Isabella is far too naive and there were times I wanted to shake some sense into her. Still, there was plenty of action in the book and it was well written. It was a very enjoyable book.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Andrea Heltsley

    All in all, this was a great book. It wasn't hanging on every word awesome, but was a good read. The characters were well developed and the plot kept me interested to the very end. If you enjoy a good romantic suspense novel, then this is your book. All in all, this was a great book. It wasn't hanging on every word awesome, but was a good read. The characters were well developed and the plot kept me interested to the very end. If you enjoy a good romantic suspense novel, then this is your book.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Holly

    Stephanie never fails to deliver amazing stories that suck you right in! The little twist with the Heroes background/previous lifestyle was a real shocker though and not something you would ever guess at from his parts in Ice(book 1). If you like romantic suspense then this book is a must read!

  25. 4 out of 5

    Helene

    The story was interesting but there a few mistakes such as words missing from sentences. I thought since this was not free it should have been proof read before being published. That was certainly a let down.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Bella

    Another thrilling and terrifying novel by Stephanie Rowe - this one actually gave me waking nightmares! Brilliant. Better than the first book in the series, just as twisted and evil, and with a satisfying HEA.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Candace

    One of those books that makes you wonder how on earth some people get agents. Wasn't the worst thing I've ever read. One of those books that makes you wonder how on earth some people get agents. Wasn't the worst thing I've ever read.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Ashley

    Wonderful.....better than the 1st book in the Series. There's suspense, mystery, and a lot of lovin! Wonderful.....better than the 1st book in the Series. There's suspense, mystery, and a lot of lovin!

  29. 5 out of 5

    Tamara

    Get your klennex ready for this one! Full review to come

  30. 5 out of 5

    Tracy

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. 2nd of two books - hero sexy but has family issues. Heroine was okay. Good action scenes.

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