Sunday, December 9, 2018

Book review: Cold Case Christmas by Jessica R. Patch

About the Book

Secrets lie buried in ice...

One of them can kill her.

Home for Christmas after her long-missing mother’s body is found, nothing will keep Nora Livingstone from uncovering the truth about the cold case. Especially not Deputy Sheriff Rush Buchanan, whom she once loved and left. Even when threats become attempts on her life, Rush can’t dissuade her—but he will protect her. Because someone is determined to bury the truth…or bury Nora.

My Review

No warm fuzzies in this Christmas story.

This is an incredibly suspenseful story set at Christmas time.  You'll be watching over your shoulder as Nora and Rush try to unravel the mystery of her mother's untimely death seventeen years ago.  As Nora seeks answers to questions regarding this tragedy, she and Rush investigate the possibility of rekindling the relationship they once had.  Readers of romantic suspense will be thrilled with this can't-put-it-down novel.

I received and e-ARC of this book from the author for review purposes.  The thoughts expressed here are my own.

About the Author

Jessica R. Patch lives in the mid-south where she pens inspirational contemporary romance and romantic suspense novels. When she's not hunched over her laptop or going on adventurous trips in the name of research with willing friends, you can find her watching way too much Netflix with her family and collecting recipes to amazing dishes she'll probably never cook. Sign up for her newsletter at Jessica is represented by Rachel Kent of Books & Such Literary Management.

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