Tuesday, October 7, 2014

Review: On Her Father's Grave (Rogue River #1) by Kendra Elliot

In a small town like Solitude, Oregon, keeping a secret can be murder.

Stevie Taylor had left her sleepy Oregon hometown for a more exciting life. But after her police chief father passes away, the LAPD cop returns to Solitude and signs on as a patrol officer, hoping to heal from her loss…and from the horrific things she’s seen in the city.

In Solitude, everyone knows everyone else’s business—and, to Stevie’s dismay, local gossip soon ties her to the new police chief and a man from her past. Tragedy then shakes up the small town when a teenager dies after taking a strange new drug. Now, the seasoned LA cop must hunt down the dealer while investigating the most important case of her life, one that could divide her tranquil town.
The first of four thrilling Rogue River novellas, On Her Father’s Grave launches a new romantic suspense series from Kendra Elliot and Melinda Leigh.

Kendra Elliot has wowed this reader with each release – I adore her Bone Secrets series. So when the author reached out and asked if I would review her latest book, On Her Father’s Grave I was ecstatic. Then I learned it was a series she is collaboration with another favorite suspense author of mine, Melinda Leigh. I read the book immediately after receiving it, then again over the weekend. It releases tomorrow and I highly recommend all romantic suspense fans pre-order so that it is waiting for you on your e-reader when you awaken in the morning. You are going to love Stevie and her family. 

A snippet of Romance:
“This wasn’t any little questioning first kiss. This was lust and passion and attraction wrapped up in a hot package and delivered directly into her hands.” 

A snippet of Suspense:
“But tonight, on this Memorial Day weekend, sadness hung like a heavy fog over the recreation site.
Some had died during the fun”
Disclosure: This ebook was provided to me free of charge for the sole purpose of an honest review. All thoughts, comments, and ratings are my own.

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