By Shannon K. Butcher
Suicides that aren’t suicides--this is the problem faced by Grant Kent and Isabelle Carson and the common denominator is all the victims were fostered in the same house as Grant and Isabelle . . . and Isabelle could be next.
Their shared history includes Grant having killed their foster father who abused the children that came into his care. And today’s world requires that they deny their mutual attraction for the sake of a boy Isabelle is fostering, a boy whose brutal father wants him back.
Talented author Shannon K. Butcher has crafted a tale guaranteed to keep you glued to each page. This story is loaded with suspense from several directions and you will want to know how each subplot reaches a satisfying conclusion.
The identity of a killer is well concealed and will have you guessing at the identity. This is a great tale for the dark and stormy nights. A very intense read. Realistically drawn people, both bad and good, will hold your interest as they step out of the shadows and become real.
Anne K. Edwards, ReaderToReader.com