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Title: Serenity Lost
Author: Amy Romine / Website
Published Date: October 15th, 2010
Genre: Mystery, Romance Thriller
Source: Review copy from author
Reviewed By Reader Reccomends
Synopsis from Goodreads:
Their brief heated meeting one fateful night had singed itself into their minds. Not knowing of the other's identity, but unable to forget, had sealed their fate. The fire smoldered quietly in each of them as they tried to move on with their lives.
Eric Stiles was in the middle of chaos, searching for a killer.
Hunted by an obsessed psychopath, Rebecca Gailen was trying to be strong.
The world stopped for a moment as they looked up and saw the other standing just feet away.
His heart lurched, her armor shattered and the world started again as Eric's brother, Charlie, appeared to take her hand.
Family loyalty isn't a choice. When Rebecca's stalker rages out of control, Eric's decision haunts him and he struggles to stay away. Can he remain loyal to his brother, even if it means abandoning Rebecca when she may need him the most?
Amy Romine brought me back to my roots of reading with this wonderfully written romantic thrill ride full of twists and turns. There was not one moment without action, be it a hot romantic encounter between Eric and Rebecca, or a horrifying visit from the psychopath stalker. This book will have you guessing with every page you turn.
The characters in Serenity Lost are so alive that you feel their emotions. Rebecca, the damsel in distress is terrified of a stalker who seems to know her every move. Eric, the knight in shining armor (wearing a badge), is torn between helping the woman that he can't get out of his mind, and loyalty to his brother, Charlie. Did I happen to mention that Charlie is in love with Rebecca? Yes, quite the dilemma. Eric and Rebecca's desire for one another is so magnetic, but can they really let go? Will the psycho stalker give them the chance?
To find out, you MUST read Serenity Lost. You will not be disappointed.
I highly recommend this book to readers who enjoy a great romantic suspense. The content is adult in nature with graphic sex and violence (not necessarily together, mind you), so it is not recommended for younger readers.
And of course, I was left hanging yet again with that dreaded cliffhanger. Evil, Amy, pure evil.
My Rating: 4 out of 5
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