Wednesday, 31 December 2008
There is someone murdering humans on the Ripple Creek Werewolf Reservation and they are similar to those that Chief Ranger Savannah Grant witnessed nearly ten years ago. Savannah was once the wild sister but has since settled down. Now it seems that her past is coming back to haunt her as well as a man she thought she wouldn't ever see again.

Cade Jones is in Ripple Creek to help catch a killer but he doesn't expect to come across the woman who helped him solve the murders ten years ago. Vannah Grant as she called herself back then is now the person he has to work with to solve the new murders. Could the killer be the man they thought was dead or is it a copycat killer they are dealing with?

Both Savannah and Cade will have to sort out their feelings for each other and solve the murders at the same time. Savannah will have to trust Cade and he will have to show her he is a vital part of the investigation. If they don't capture the killer it is only a matter of time before the killer realises who they both are and comes after them.

This is the second book in the Ripple Creek series that has been re-released this year in the UK & Europe. First published back in 2004 it isn't easy to get hold of Keri Arthur's pre Riley Jenson books but Piatkus has been busy getting them back on the shelves.

This was a wonderful paranormal read filled of murder mystery and romance. Arthur's brilliant writing style glowed as always but I have to say that I do love the Riley Jenson series more. It has been great to finally get to read these books and I will look forward to reading the other re-releases such as the Nikki & Michael series. However I can see Riley being, for me, the top read from this author.

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posted by Amber Katze at Wednesday, December 31, 2008 |


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At 31 December 2008 at 13:12, Blogger SciFiGuy

I have only read her Riley Jensen series so I am looking forward to trying this.

 






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