Book Review Cast The Cards by Shyla Colt

cast ebookTitle: Cast The Cards

Author: Shyla Colt

Genre: Romantic Suspense

Purchase: Amazon

Savannah escaped a kidnapping but her best friend Clark—the man she secretly loved—didn’t. Guilt-ridden and changed after the event, she gives up her dream of teaching and earns a position in the F.B.I as a profiler. When she’s targeted by the very same kidnappers wishing to finish the job, she is armed with her skills, backed by her first love’s twin brother, and forced to revisit her demons when Clark’s ghost appears.

After his twin’s murder, Officer Carey Carr loses more than his brother. Savannah avoids him for a decade. Her return—and her steaming-hot body—stir brand new feelings in Carey. But Clark’s reappearance has Carey battling to control his primal desires around the woman his twin loved.

As Savannah and Carey, with Clark’s help, embark on a cruel game of cat and mouse with the kidnappers, the twins come to an understanding that involves Savannah and more pleasure than the three of them have ever dreamed.

When Savannah went on a date to the carnival with the guy she’d been in love with since forever, Clark, the night ended in disaster. They were kidnapped, and Clark was murdered.

Savannah has never been able to let go of that night. She can barely stand the sight of Clark’s twin brother, Carey. But when the murderers show back up after all these years, she has to confront them.

Savannah and Carey have always been attracted to each other. But with Clark’s spirit turning up again, they may never find the way to each other, and keep dabbling in the past. And when Savannah gets threatening notes, they have more pressuring things to worry about.

There was definitely a lot of suspense here. I liked the plot – of the murderers chasing them, and Savannah and Carey trying to solve who they are, why they’re after them, and how to stop them. The suspense storyline had me hooked. The romance was intriguing as well, but for me, it took a backseat to the intriguing storyline. I loved Carey’s personality. Savannah was a little too tough for me, always wanted to show how tough she is, but I understood where she’s coming from.

If you’re a fan of romantic suspense, this is a suspenseful, thrilling read.

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