Inspirational Romantic Suspense
Date Published: December 5, 2017
Publisher: LLC: Swan Press
Lanie Owens has just survived a horrific attack by a stalker. Her grandfather, a retired army colonel, drives her to a resort in Maine where she can heal in peace while the authorities track down the man who almost killed her. To Lanie’s dismay, he hires a bodyguard to protect her. Lanie’s nightmares are debilitating, but giving up control of her life is unacceptable.
Former Army Ranger Matt Saunders knows all about nightmares. He’s spent the last year recovering from an injury he sustained during his last tour and the hellish events that caused it. Anxious to prove that he is fit to go back overseas, he accepts the bodyguard job. The resort is everything they imagined – tranquil, safe, and a place to heal. Gradually, they open up to each other and realize they have a lot in common – except their future plans. When a resort video goes viral, Lanie’s stalker knows just where to find her.
In an Oyster Shell – An amazing romance that was perfect. I wish there was more like this one!
The Pearls – I love that this is a clean romance. Clean doesn’t mean there are not some sparks. It’s just handled well that makes for an intruiging read that makes me want to go back for more. I loved this romance and will continue to support this author in her continuation of the series.
The retreat that they find themselves at is sweet and makes for a great setting. I love the details the author puts in like the sassy mugs that have unforgettable sayings. The retreat center offers a lot of different activities that puts characters in situations where they shine.
The characters made this story a page turner. Lanie and Matt were both haunted and broken and how they help each other through their respective traumas made for a great story. I really liked this book!
The Sand – It was near perfect!
Kerry Evelyn has always been fascinated by people and the backstories that drive them to do what they do. She graduated from Bridgewater State University with a Bachelor of Science in Education and Sociology. A native of the Massachusetts South Coast, she taught in an inner city elementary school before moving to Florida to teach in a rural setting, and then in her own neighborhood. Fast forward a few years, and she’s now a crazy blessed wife and homeschooling mom to the two sweetest kids you’ll ever meet (she’s also super biased). When she’s not homeschooling or writing, she’s mentoring moms through Mom Mastery University, sharing essential oils, and planning super fun events for her kids and their friends (although her own kids have yet to be impressed, being that every event has some sort of learning snuck in to it). She loves God, books of all kinds, traveling, taking selfies, and escaping into her imagination, where every child is happy and healthy, every house has a library, and her hubby wears coattails and a top hat 24/7.