Book Review: Out Of The Blue

Jul 1, 20124 comments

Looking for a rainy day romance with the right amount of suspense? I think I will never get tired of the sassy girl and alpha guy trope. So here it goes.

Book: Out Of The Blue

Series: Stewart Sisters #02

Author: JoAnn Rose

Genre: Fiction – ContemporaryRomance

Main Characters:  Lark Stewart, Lucas McCloud, William Guest, Ryan Gazler

Setting: Tennesse, The USA  

Lark Stewart, a singing sensation is out on the run for her life when her band member gets almost killed. Lucas McCloud, former FBI sniper and Lark’s first love and her best friend arrives to take her home – to safety.

The killer isn’t stopped by the distance and the dark mountains and he continues to haunt her.

Lark and her dangerous past continues to haunt her and she knows it would not let her rest till it is put down once and for all. Lark’s ex-husband Cody and her stalker William Guest, a doctor turned narcotic psychopath doesn’t make her run smooth.

The former lovers try to fight back their emotions and move on to save their skins. But can they?

Bottomline: A true chick-lit fit for cozy-rainy-day read romantic and fast paced – keeps it warmth till the end.

Have you read anything by this author? What other books have you read based on Tennesse? We should talk!

4 Comments

  1. Maha

    More Ex(s) sounds safer life..

    Reply
  2. Elgee

    Was out on office biz 🙂 that is why.. I am back now 🙂

    Reply
  3. Regi

    Was searching for you in latest blogpost. Found you were busy in reading from your nice romantic review. 😉

    Reply

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