Blue Ridge Fear

Robin Weaver
Blue Ridge Fear
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The Wild Rose Press
Release Date
October 2012
Contemporary Romance, Romantic Suspense/Mystery

Can things get any worse?

After an intimate relationship with her former boss sours, Sienna Sanders is slapped with a lawsuit for breach of contract. Broke and jobless, she moves in with her airhead cousin in a too-small mountain cabin--their joint inheritance.

But things do get worse when a hiking misstep leaves Sienna stranded. That is, until a hunky stranger comes to her rescue. A zing of attraction has her thinking he might be the one. But there's a psycho stalking the area who's already killed four women--women who look a lot like Sienna.

Her stranger insists his name is Carson Addison, but Sienna discovers that isn't true. Plus, her dreamboat protector, a.k.a. possible stalker, only materializes when she's alone. Can she trust her heart and believe he's not a killer? Or is she making herself an easy target for the monster lurking in the mountains?

Book Review by CozyReader (reviewer)
Feb 06, 2013   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
86 people found the following review helpful
Eyes lurking everywhere you go, the hairs in the back of your neck warning you. But could it be just your overactive imagination? Or could it be the serial killer that has been killing women with the same characteristics as you? If I were staying in that town, I would be out of there in a second.

BLUE RIDGE FEAR dives into action on the mountain. Sienna is nursing a sprained ankle when a hunky mountain man comes to her rescue, only to disappear into the shadows. Soon, they find out that there have been three women killed and it's not safe for her and her cousin to be alone. Her cousin became enthralled with one of the rangers, but for Sienna, she can't wait to see her handsome stranger. After awhile, she feels that she is being watched and is starting to see a man lurking in the shadows. Also, she wonders who truly is the handsome stranger? Is his name really Carson, and can he be the killer?

Ms. Weaver writes a seriously suspenseful, mysterious story that kept me reading nonstop. This is my first read by Ms. Weaver and I can easily say that it will not be my last. I really enjoyed this story and it was spicy with just the right amount of passion between Carson and Sienna. I loved all the twists and turns the story took, and I truly liked Sienna. Her personality was perfect—sexy, funny and down to earth—while Carson was dark, mysterious and strong.

BLUE RIDGE FEAR was exquisitely written, causing sensory overload and is wickedly passionate. One piece of advice: Don't read it before going to sleep because I guarantee you won't be sleeping.
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