Monday, November 27, 2017

Pat's Review: Forever Deep

Forever Deep by Kimberly Kincaid
Publisher: Kimberly Kincaid Romance (November 4, 2017)
Series: Station Seventeen, 3.5
Genre: Contemporary Romance with Suspense

Firefighter Kellan Walker lives for two things: his fiancĂ©e and his family at Station Seventeen. But when a case surfaces with ties to Isabella’s past, he knows he’ll do anything to help her solve it—even if that means breaking all the rules.
With days to go before her Christmas wedding, Detective Isabella Moreno should be enjoying the happiest time of her life. But there’s a ruthless killer on the loose, and she’s been waiting far too long to serve justice.

As Kellan and Isabella team up to solve the case, the danger hits closer to home at every turn. Will they outwit the murderer who has haunted Isabella’s nightmares in time to make it down the aisle to their happily ever after? Or will the danger run too deep?

PLEASE NOTE: This novella is an extension of the first book in the Station Seventeen series, SKIN DEEP. While neither story contains cliffhangers, this novella does contain references to SKIN DEEP that could be considered spoilers. It is highly recommended that readers enjoy SKIN DEEP before curling up with FOREVER DEEP

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Pat's Review:

Isabella Moreno is a detective in the Intelligence Dept of the local PD. Kellan Walker, her fiancĂ©, is a firefighter at Station Seventeen. After a hilarious proposal it’s six months later, it's nearly Christmas and their wedding is in five days.

12 years ago, Isabella lost her cousin/sister Marisol to a kidnapping that's never been solved. It’s always there in her subconscious, hoping she will find the killer and bring him to justice. She and Kellan even planned their wedding for Marisol’s birth date. Suddenly out of the blue, her boss tells her a clue has emerged from a recent case very similar to Marisol’s. She is not to be involved, but she wants to investigate on her own and Kellan always has her back. Investigations techniques have changed a lot in twelve years and hard work leads to a suspect. The suspense is exciting, as they're also counting the hours to the wedding and a honeymoon in Fiji. Will the case be solved in time?

We get to mingle with all our favorite characters and the love and laughs they share. This novella is a great mix of sexy, romance and suspense. Ms. Kincaid herself recommends reading Skin Deep before this novella, otherwise it might be confusing. [This is a follow up novella to Skin Deep, with the same couple.] The rest of the books are stand alone, but so much fun to read. This is a wonderful Christmas novella with a bit of drama.


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Pat received an e-ARC of this book from the author.

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Thanks for the review, Pat! 

Have you read Kimberly Kincaid?

Do you prefer your holiday romances with some drama/angst (or even suspense!) or light and fluffy?


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