Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Review: Fatal Embrace

Fatal Embrace by Aris Whittier
Published March 26th 2011 by Aris Whittier, via Smashwords
E-book 200 pages on my e-reader
Source: Received from the author for a honest review

"High-spirited horse trainer Jessica Stanson stumbles into the perfect job on one of the most elite ranches in Montana. Or at least it would be if her boss, ex-detective Michael Carven, stopped acting like he didn't want her there. Jessica has to prove herself to him on the ranch, and also try to penetrate his armor to get to the man inside. Michael Carven is a man who has left a difficult past behind him, and now works at his dream job raising horses under the Montana sky. But he knows that the past has a way of coming back to him, and soon enough, it does..."

- From Goodreads



This was definitely a well written, thoroughly entertaining read. You get mystery, romance and suspense all in one neat little package!

The story flowed effortlessly with great character development. Michael and Jessica have intense chemistry and you can't help but root for them! They started out not too fond of one another but slowly their relationship grew and so did their love for one another.

The mystery is also a big aspect of the story. You can't help but to try and solve the crime yourself and you get excited every time Michael discovers something new!

Aris Whittier is a author to watch and I have a feeling there will be many more great reads under her belt very soon.

Definitely a must read if you like a good mystery/romance!

For those who have read it:

Did you see that coming?


None that I know off 


BookGeek said...

I love horses. I used to show as a child and as a teen! This book definitely sounds worth a little read. I love a good mystery/romance, so I will be picking this book up. Starring the review now!

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