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review 2019-11-24 21:24
5 Star Hunter
Hunter - Rebecca York


She’s been hired to socialize a criminal whose memory has been erased, but the better Kathryn gets to know him, the more she fights to strip away the lies she’d been told. As they grow closer together, she knows every move they make puts her in grave danger. Does the man who named himself Hunter have the skill and cunning to save her life?


The ‘Decorah Security’ romance is an extremely suspenseful read with a wonderfully fervent romance that readers can really sink their teeth into. The characters are strong and full of life and the chemistry between sizzles with spicy passion that heats up the pages. But this relationship is in no way guaranteed a happily ever after as the hero and heroine soon discover they among a group of people full of lies and hidden agendas which keeps emotions running high.


The plot is fast paced and full of thrills and excitement as with every turn of the page another lie or hidden aspect of this fascinating story is revealed, keeping readers glued to the pages and vibrating with exhilaration. Stunning twists and turns also ensures that readers can’t look away as they might miss something and when readers reach this delightful conclusion, they just have to sigh in satisfaction.


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review 2019-11-06 00:47
Awesome Romantic Suspense
Lassiter's Law - Rebecca York

Lassiter's Law is a fabulous romantic suspense by Rebecca York. Ms. York has provided readers with a well-written book populated with an outstanding cast of characters. Laurel is Teddy's nanny and when she wakes in the middle of the night to the sounds of Teddy's mother being killed by his father she grabs Teddy and runs. Sam is a PI and is hired to find Laurel and Teddy. Sam and Laurel's story is packed with drama, humor, sizzlin' sex, action and suspense. I loved reading this book and look forward to my next book by Rebecca York. Lassiter's Law is book 23 of the 43 Light Street Series but can be read as a standalone. This is a complete book, not a cliff-hanger.


I read a print copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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review 2019-08-19 06:28
4 Star Fire
Fire On the Moon - Rebecca York


Francesca Turner visits her estranged uncle’s estate in Florida only to step into a death trap and only the help of werewolf Zane Marshall help her escape. Being hunted, they must fight for survival and the happily ever after they both desire.


As usual, the author creates a vivid story with wonderful, strong characters that easily draw readers into their story and in this ‘Decorah Security’ romance, Zane Marshall just happened to be in the right place and right time when he saw a female trying to escape from thugs and a burning house, imagine his surprise when it turns out that Francesca is his mate. The chemistry is between them is electrical and the emotions turbulent, especially as she discovers his secret. Lot of suspense and excitement to be found throughout this fast paced, exhilarating romance that also has a stunning conclusion that readers don’t see coming.


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review 2019-08-15 14:25
Great Story and Characters
Fire On the Moon - Rebecca York

Francesca wondered if she had leaped into the middle of a family feud? Or was she going to heal a twenty year old rift between two brothers. His dying father kept saying he wanted to see his older brother Angelo one last time. She did some research and called him on the phone. Then she offered to come and talk to him and go from there. Uncle Angelo showed her an antique gold locket. Angelo said it was Francesca’s grandmothers. He added he didn’t have a daughter and he’d be happy if Francesca took it. He than told her to wear it with pride. Than she asked what happened to Angelo and her father? But Francesca saw two large tough looking men coming toward the fence down on the beach. Than Angelo told her to come quick and open the coat closet and pushed aside the clothes aside and pressed the edge of the back wall. A door slid open and he shoved her into a dark closed in space. He said”Don’t make a sound if you don’t want to be dragged into this.”  Quickly he closed the door and walked away. She knew her uncle was being hurt by those men she could hear it. Then she heard gunshots. After that she heard the men say they had to find her. One said” Do you think she has any info?” The other man said said “she’s got info we just iffed her uncle. Put him in the trunk and I’ll look for her.” Zane was running along the beach, he was a werewolf. Chuck Cruise had heard about the track record of Decorah Security in the paranormal field and had called Frank Decorah with an urgent plea. He believed his property was under attack from a malevolent spook trying to drive him away. Zane had been glad to take the assignment because he’d been restless in his usual routine. When he arrived he listed to a long recitation by Mr. Cruise. He told cruise he’d got to the bottom of it and set hidden cameras around the property. He’d gotten footage of a vengeful neighbor trying to scar the Decorah client. Zane had almost gotten shot and the boss gave him the week off. Zane saw the two men on the veranda. One picked up something he couldn’t see and stuffed it into his pocket. Zane was unable to tamp down his  detective curiosity. Something was out of pattern here and he’d like to know what. Her father had always implied that her uncle was a dangerous character who ran with bad company. She got out of the small hidden place and came out on the side of the house. One of the bad guys stepped out of some shrubbery and had a gun pointed at her. But a very large dog attacked him and knocked him down and bit him. Than the animal went after the second bad guy. Francesca ran down the beach. Then she heard footsteps rapidly catching up to her. She tried to go faster but was already exhausted. The person was not the bad guys and he said” Wait, I saw what happened. I can help you.”

Another great read. I loved this book. I only put it down long enough to get a couple of hours of sleep. I loved the ending. I loved how protective Zane was of Francesca. I also loved how Francesca  accepted he was a werewolf and wouldn’t hurt her when she found out. I loved how Zane went to his boss and he immediately was all in to help Francesca and used any resources they had that would help Zane keep her and himself safe. I loved Zane and Francesca together and how they interacted with each other. I loved the intrigue and suspense of this book and also the action in this book.I loved the characters and the ins and outs of this book and I highly recommend it.

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review 2018-07-03 16:41
Return to Jenkins Cove by Rebecca York, Ann Voss Peterson & Patricia Rosemoor
Christmas Spirit (A Holiday Mystery at Jenkins Cove) - Rebecca York
Christmas Awakening (A Holiday Mystery at Jenkins Cove) - Ann Voss Peterson
Christmas Delivery (A Holiday Mystery at Jenkins Cove) - Patricia Rosemoor

***copies provided by publisher through NetGalley***

Chelsea Caldwell is right back where she started, seeing ghosts and being the talk of the town. Yet there's something sinister happening in the small town of Jenkins Cove, and Chelsea might just be the person to uncover it.

It felt like this book couldn't decide what it wanted to be. Romantic suspense, paranormal romance? Each separate classification would've worked, unfortunately, mixed together created an unfortunate mess.

The characters were bland and dull, the plot got lost in the suspense/paranormal/killer/ghosts mess, and the romance left me utterly cold.

After ten years, Marie Leonard is back in Jenkins Cove determined to discover why her father's been murdered...But she'll have to deal with skepticism by the local chief of police, the man who broke her heard ten years ago, and a killer determined to silence her forever.

Though this one also had some paranormal elements, it was a much more straightforward romantic suspense story than its predecessor.

Unfortunately, the suspense aspect was the only thing I enjoyed about this one, even though the villain's motive left much to be desired.
The characters were bland (the hero was a self-pitying fool and I simply couldn't stand his moaning toward the end), and the romance tepid.

CHRISTMAS DELIVERY by Patricia Rosemoor
Lexi thought Simon, the father of her preteen daughter, dead for thirteen years, but instead of dead, he's merely been through hell, thanks to human traffickers operating in the small town of Jenkins Cove.
But now, Simon is back, determined to make whoever the culprit is pay...

This second-chance quasi-romance left me utterly cold. The characters were dull and bland, I didn't care about their relationship in the past (since we never got to see it) or in the now (because they simply weren't that compatible).

The main suspense arc of this "series" was never that interesting, so the resolution (rather predictable in all ways) didn't bring much satisfaction.

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