A Christian Romantic Suspense novel w/ shades of Daphne du Maurier’s “Rebecca”? Definitely my kind of read … http://ow.ly/CknrX
I’m so excited! I’m celebrating my very first entry as a guest book reviewer at the Suspense Sisters blog today. Check out what I thought of Sandra Orchard’s “Blind Trust,” and be sure to leave a comment!
It’s 1815, and the threat of another divisive war against Napoleon Bonaparte, the recently exiled emperor of France, hangs over the British Isles and its European Allies. Jessamine Barry, a twenty-year-old vicar’s daughter from a small village in West Sussex, has just arrived in London for her first social season as a marriageable gentlewoman. She’s also heartbroken, having been cast aside by her best friend’s brother–now a successful diplomat and confidant of the Duke of Wellington–for a wealthy earl’s beautiful young widow. Jessamine’s self-prescribed cure for a broken heart? Continue reading
Author Lynette Eason writes scintillating, heart-pounding inspirational romantic suspense novels for the Love Inspired Suspense line, amongst others. She’s written at least twenty-two traditionally published works since 2008–making her one of the most prolific and successful new writers in the genre by anyone’s estimation. Continue reading
Maggie K. Black’s “Killer Assignment” offers a no-holds-barred, rollercoaster ride into the wilds of northern Ontario, Canada’s Kapuskasing area. The city is home to dense, colorful forests, plentiful rivers and–if Ms. Black’s premise is to be believed–high-stakes adventure and gut-wrenching romance. The topography surrounding the community proves as much a character in the novel as the main protagonists themselves, ambitious tabloid journalist Katie Todd and philanthropic adventurer/engineer Mark Armor. Continue reading