Book Review Winterkill

coverTitle: Winterkill

Author: P.H. Turner

Genre: Romantic Suspense

A beautiful reporter and a charming rancher are caught in a web of mayhem, murder…and lust.

Reporter Sawyer Cahill returns home to Cheyenne, Wyoming to report for the local station. But leaving behind the coverage of the gangland murders of San Antonio only lands her smack in the middle of the ritualistic animal mutilations. Harassed and threatened by the  freak behind the bizarre murders, Sawyer plunges into her investigation, reaping the attentions of two local ranchers.

Local rancher, Jake Spooner, tangles with a tug of war relationship with Sawyer. Tormented between his smoldering desire for Sawyer and his wish to keep her safe, their passion flames in a mountain snow storm.

Sawyer Cahill returnes to her home in Cheyenne, Wymong to report on some ritualistic animal mutilations that are rather gruesome. With the culprit harrassing Sawyer after she reports about the animal murders, the book throws the reader smack out in the middle of a suspenseful storyline – and I’m not complaining.

The romance was smeet and endaring. Jack Spooner, a local rancher, is just about what any woman expects in a rancher. Sexy, brave, caring. The romance did progress a little fast, but I didn’t mind – the rush seemed to fit both characters, and their personalities. They connected right away, so why wait then?

My only complain would be the background story on the cattle industry. While it thought me a few things I didn’t know yet, it also slowed down the narrative. But still, I really enjoyed this book, and would recommend it to anyone who likes romantic suspense.

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