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Saturday, 26 July 2014

Chill Factor

Chill Factor by Sandra Brown

Publisher: Simon & Schuster

June 2008

ISBN: 978-1-416-59352-2

Pages: 562

Contemporary, Romantic Suspense

Clearly, North Carolina

Clearly is the type of town that the biggest criminal activity is parking violations.  Now though there have been four women that have disappeared without a trace over the past two years.  The only clue is a blue ribbon left at each of the abduction sites.  There are no suspects for who is abducting the woman.  Now another woman has disappeared without a trace. 

Lilly Martin has returned to the sleepy mountain town of Clearly to close on the sale of her mountain cabin that is marking the end of her marriage to Dutch Burton the town of Clearly’s chief of police.  Dutch is having a problem letting her go which is proving to be an obstacle for Lilly.  Trying to out run the storm that is bearing down on Clearly Lilly ends up skidding her car on the icy road and strikes a man that has emerged out of the woods on foot.  Lilly quickly recognizes Ben Tierney as the injured man and who she met the previous summer.  Now with the storm on top of them they are forced to wait it out at the cabin.  As the length of their confinement mounts Lilly begins to wonder if the storm is the biggest threat she faces.  The biggest danger just might be the man that is beside her. 

Now Lilly has to figure out if Ben Tierney is the feared abductor or is who he claims to be is the truth.  The man that has rescued her from harm and from the tragedy that haunts her.

This is a story that keeps the twists and turns coming throughout the whole book.  The suspense keeps building until the very end.  This is one book that pulls the reader in and doesn’t let go until the very end when everything is completely revealed.  Just as the reader thinks they have it figured out another twist comes to make them doubt everything they think they know about this one.  The action and suspense keep the story moving along at a fast pace but the reader is never lost and will stay in a story that comes to life with every word that is read.  This definitely one book that readers should take the time to read. 

I give this one 4-1/2 red roses


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