Two women vow to bring a killer to justice. Deputy Andrea Sullivan had hoped to leave the horrors of Los Angeles behind her, but the serial murders of college students in peaceful, picturesque Sedona are her nightmare case to solve. The complexities stretch local resources to the limit, and the FBI joins the case with Agent Cameron Ross in the lead.
I love Gerri Hill, and this book is no exception. Her characters are as good as the stories.
The narrator took some getting used to. she was good, but her pause at the end of Every sentence initially made it hard to not turn it off. I'm glad I stayed with it. I enjoyed the story, and I eventually got used to the speaking style.
Unlike his brothers, Vane Cynster vows to never marry. The eligible women of London have different plans for him, however. Seeking safety at Bellamy Hall, the residence of his eccentric godmother, Vane doesn't expect to meet any new unmarried women. But upon his arrival, he encounters the voluptuous Patience Debbington in the garden. When their gazes meet for the first time, she is filled with a sensation that leaves her quivering.
I' read this book years ago. still enjoyed listening to it. Simon Prebble is nice to listen too
Governess Honoria Wetherby values her independence. She would rather travel the world than marry and give some man control of her life. Then, one stormy evening, fate changes all her plans. She stumbles upon a mortally wounded young man in the woods. When the stranger dies, she is trapped in a cabin with his body and with his newly arrived cousin, Devil, whom she soon learns is aptly named.
I enjoyed reading this book years ago. This narrator has made listening to this book just as enjoyable.