Secrets and Lies. Danger That Will Never Go Away.
Join Three Beloved Masters of Romantic Suspense for Novellas Where the Past Will Not Stay Buried.
Dee Henderson – “Missing”
A Wyoming sheriff is called to Chicago when his elderly mother goes missing from her retirement community. Paired with a savvy Chicago cop, the two soon launch into a race against the clock when they realize something dark may lie at the heart of the disappearance.
Dani Pettrey – “Shadowed”
Adventure, romance, and danger collide when a young Alaskan fisherman nets the body of a Russian open water swimming competitor. Another swimmer, who’d been the dead woman’s roommate years ago, is pulled into the search for answers as it grows more and more clear that something sinister is at play.
Lynette Eason – “Blackout”
A young woman once implicated in a robbery gone wrong finds herself at risk years later when the real culprit is up for parole. The loot taken that night has never been found and he believes she knows where it’s hidden–only her memory of that night has always been unreliable. Can she remember enough to find her way to safety?
**I received a copy of this book from Bethany House in exchange for my honest review. All opinions expressed are my own.**
So many times, I find a few stories in these novella collections to be fantastic while one or two are a bit of a disappointment. But this collection is a very solid one. All three of these novellas left me guessing at who was behind the crimes and their motives. And even better, all three had me anticipating when I could pick the story back up again!
Dee Henderson’s novella has such an interesting concept that definitely had me stumped for the longest time. Dani Pettrey’s story takes place a few decades ago with a mystery involving communism. Lynnette Eason’s story in this collection had me on the edge of my seat as someone keeps raising the stakes on the protagonist.
If you are looking for some quick stories to read this summer, I highly reccommend this collection. All three stories are fantastic and well developed and just enough story (without being too much) for their shorter length.