Friday, February 21, 2020
A Stranger Watches by Kathi Oram Peterson, Book Review
Something is wrong. Despite the fact that Kyra Fletcher hasn’t seen her estranged father in five years, the peculiar birthday card he sends in the mail is out of character—and alarming.
Determined to put her mind at ease and mend their relationship in person, Kyra travels to her father’s Wyoming lodge. She finds it well kept but vacant, and according to the people in town, her father has been gone for months. Kyra is certain something has happened to him and turns to local Sheriff Shane McQuire for help. As the pair works together to investigate her father’s whereabouts, Kyra finds herself becoming more and more comfortable with the town—and its sheriff. But she is unaware of one deadly detail: someone is watching her, and as she draws ever closer to the answers she seeks, that person will do anything to ensure her silence.
Peterson immediately drew me in and held my attention captive until the very end of the book! The combination of an estranged father and daughter, mystery, danger and romance was dynamic. I felt like I was there with Kyra trying to figure out what happened to her father right alongside Shane. I could almost taste the heavenly goodness of Dove's Cafe, see Running Wolf and hear Boo barking, the story was told so well. You know a story is well told when you can picture it and still think of it when you are done. This is THAT book! If you are a fan of mystery and suspense this is the book to pick up! You will not be disappointed and you will be left guessing until the very end!
You can pick up your own copy up via Amazon.
Source: Publisher for review
Posted by Books Are Sanity!!! at 1:00 AM