Susan Karsten’s latest Book Review: Desperate Measures, by Sandra Orchard

100_6754Rollicking, heart-pounding action from page one — if that’s your cuppa, you will enjoy this unusual romantic suspense novel. Put together a mystery plant, big bad business, missing father, handsome cop, and a female protagonist who doesn’t know who she can trust, and you’ve got a real nail-biter of a story to enjoy.

Do you like the romantic suspense genre? And why? please leave a comment.

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One thought on “Susan Karsten’s latest Book Review: Desperate Measures, by Sandra Orchard

  1. Besides a few books I’ve read in past years (like The Negotiator by Dee Henderson), I’ve not gotten much further into romantic suspense, while I’ve been busy reading classics and prairie stories. 😀 But Camille Elliott (Camy Tang) snuck a romantic suspense in on me with her Regency novel, Prelude for a Lord, last year, and I absolutely loved it. And now that I’m starting to get more into thrillers (of the Davis Bunn and Don Brown varieties), I suspect that more romantic suspense may follow in time.

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