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Skin Heat

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  • Posted November 25, 2010

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    This is a terrific whodunit thriller with a wild twist as there are no shades of Gray when it comes to how good this author is.

    Zeke Noble had been a farmer when he was kidnapped, taken to a secret lab, and his hosts experimented on him. He finally escaped but not before they ripped part or all of his soul as he is now different. He realizes how much so with what he can hear while standing on his desolate farm where he prays that his animals survived his "abandonment" as he cares about them. A part of his natural link to them has been enhanced by those SOBs who ran their tests on him.

    Zeke feels more like an animal than a human, but must conceal his nature if he is to survive and avoid another kidnapping. He obtains a position as an assistant veterinarian to Geneva Harper, whose old world affluent Southern family detests her employment as they demand she be a debutant working in the firm. Both are attracted to one another, but neither makes a first step as each has reasons to avoid a relationship. However, when a serial killer begins murdering women who look like his Neva, he acts to protect his mate.

    The latest Skin paranormal romantic suspense (see Skin Game and Skin Tight) grips the audience from the sad description that Zeke provides as he looks over his farm and never slows down as the introverted hero refuses to allow any harm to come to his woman. Fast-paced throughout, fans await the confrontation as the killer comes closer and closer to Neva; forcing Zeke's lab enhancements that act like animal instincts to surface as he can no longer deny his feelings. This is a terrific whodunit thriller with a wild twist as there are no shades of Gray when it comes to how good this author is.

    Harriet Klausner

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  • Posted January 26, 2011

    Sweet, Touching, Wonderful Story & a Great Suspense Book, too

    I absolutely loved this story. I am a first time reader of one of Ms. Gray's books and she is on my "Must Read Author" list now. The lead characters, Zeke and Geneva, are wonderfully written and complete people that I was engaged with the story immediately. Zeke has been through quite a lot and his experiences have made him sad and withdrawn, but he still soldiers on with kindness to all. Geneva aka Neva, is similar but for different reasons and when they meet, they recognize something in the other and then it was just a matter of time before they would fall in love. You watch them as they circle each other, afraid to reach out and afraid not to. Their cute, yet hot attraction for each other is sooo touching and HOT...as in H-O-T!

    Aside from their relationship, is the mystery of murders occuring in this small town, and my goodness, I never guessed who the murderer was!! One of the best parts about this book is both Zeke and Geneva are heros at the end. Just a wonderful, sweet book. Hope you buy it and enjoy it as much as I did.

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