Saturday, November 13, 2010

Review: Shadow Protector by Jenna Ryan

Title: Shadow Protector
Author: Jenna Ryan

Read copy: eBook
Published: September 1, 2010
Publisher: Harlequin
ISBN: 1426866186
ISBN-13: 9781426866180

Sera Hudson didn't need an invitation to Blue Ridge; she was looking for an escape. The only surviving witness of the Blindfold Killer, Sera wanted to lay low, but when danger found her yet again, she had no choice but to turn to the handsome local sheriff.

Logan may have patrolled a small town, but he had big-city instincts. The object of every woman's desire, he had a soft spot for newcomers and there was no chance he'd allow a murderer free rein over his charge. But he wasn't going to babysit Sera, either. He knew more about her than he let on, and their shared past held clues to the killer's identity. If they could find common ground, then maybe, just maybe, Sera could finally stop running away and see that he was her reason to stay....

My rating:

She saw a killer's face, but can't remember it, so a cop, before she might end up dead, whisks her off in the middle of Wyoming, to the only man who can protect her.

But who will protect the small-town Chief of Police from the bombshell with a serial on her heels?

Yes! Another winner by (one of my favorite authors) Jenna Ryan. I absolutely loved it from beginning to end, the pacing was spot-on, the characters amazing, the tension wonderful, the attraction between Sera and Logan palpable, the suspense chilling...Everything clicked.

I absolutely loved it.


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