Shadow of Danger (Book 1 C.O.R.E. Shadow Trilogy)

Shadow of Danger (Book 1 C.O.R.E. Shadow Trilogy)

by Kristine Mason

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BN ID: 2940016675886
Publisher: Kristine Mason
Publication date: 05/23/2013
Series: CORE Series , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 420
Sales rank: 983,441
File size: 635 KB

About the Author

Kristine Mason is the bestselling author of the popular romantic suspense trilogies, C.O.R.E. Shadow, Ultimate C.O.R.E., C.O.R.E. Above the Law and Sinful C.O.R.E. She is also known for her Psychic C.O.R.E. series, Celeste Files. She is currently working on her next series, along with more contemporary romance novels.

Although Kristine enjoys writing contemporary romance novels, she focuses most of her energy on her romantic suspense stories, which she loves for their blend of dark mystery/suspense and sexy romance. She is fascinated with what makes people afraid, and is famous for her depraved villains whose crimes present massive obstacles for her heroes and heroines to overcome.

Kristine has a degree in journalism from The Ohio State University and lives in Northeast Ohio with her husband, four kids, and adorable mutt. If she’s not writing, she’s chauffeuring kids, gardening, or collecting gnomes. Oh, and she makes a mean chocolate chip cookie, too!

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Shadow of Danger 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 17 reviews.
authorrosewynters More than 1 year ago
I was generously provided a copy of this book by the author and Goddess Fish promotions in exchange for an honest review. My interest was caught immediately by the description. It looked extremely interesting, the kind of book that just hooks you and makes you want to finish it in just one night. It far surpassed my expectations! I just got finished reading it, and quite frankly had to immediately post a review. From the very beginning, the very first page, this author ropes you in and you love every moment of it! I felt like I was clairvoyant myself, experiencing all and seeing everything for myself as the horror of the situation unfolds. It is the sign of an excellent writer when they are able to do that. Celeste is a very well-thought out character that is easy to like. There is much more to her than the average character, though. As a clairvoyant she sees awful things, but she still tries to live a regular life. The book just flows from one exciting scene to another, as we watch the suspense and events unfold. Would I recommend Shadow of Danger? In a New York minute! This was an outstanding read, and I will definitely be looking for the next one. Author Rose Wynters
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Perfectly written wonderful.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is very well written and well thought out. I love how everything was connected and how the charcters were diverse and unique. This is definitely a page turner with a lot of action to keep the readers interest from wavering. I look forward to reading the other books by Mason.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Very good book. Well thought out plot. Kept you guessing right up to the end who the villian was. Despite one posters review there was no foul language. If you get offended by murder then this is not the book for you. This is a spine tingler though and i woulddeginately recommend it.
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This was a great read! I could not put it down until I got to the last page.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
this book will have you hanging/waiting on the next chapter. the story was thought & told well. I liked the characters also as they weren't boring
lauralovesreviewingLT More than 1 year ago
There’s nothing like a good suspense thriller to get the old endorphins pumping and Kristine delivers. I read this some time ago and recently realized I’d not written a review. I reread this in one night and it’s just as exciting the second time around. Celeste Risinski is a clairvoyant. It’s not something she wants. It just is. She’d be perfectly happy to skip the horrific visions and nightmares that jolt her, screaming, from her sleep. She senses something different about these dreams. A deeper, more personal connection. The sheriff calls on an old friend from CORE, a private investigation agency, to assist and apprehend the killer before he kills again. Ian, as owner, distances himself from Celeste because of a mysterious family history, and sends John Kain, an FBI agent, to help with the investigation. That’s about all I can tell you without spoilers. Let’s get to the good stuff. The characters. The two main ones are Celeste and John. John is wounded and bitter. He needs this case to get him back in the game. What he doesn’t need is some chick who thinks she has visions. Celeste is learning to better control her visions. To interpret and use them more efficiently. This also paints a target on her back. What she doesn’t need is some sexy know it all FBI guy scoffing at her. Brushing aside her visions as ridiculous. So you see what’s coming, don’t ya? Yep. These two meet. Sparks ignite. Even though they don’t much care about each other when they first meet, the chemistry is firing on both burners. I had as much fun following this reluctant yet burning romance as I did with the murder investigation. About that. Kristine leaves a trail of breadcrumbs for you to follow. The opening scenes are about a murder. But that doesn’t reveal who’s doing it or why. Trying to solve the crime is like following a trail. It moves forward, sidesteps, backtracks to cover it’s steps, and jumps forward again. There are some strong secondary characters that I’m sure will have larger roles in other books in this series. And there are some surprises and a huge secret that will be revealed. Looking for something to keep you up into the wee hours, reluctant to stop until you reach the end? This oughta do it!
1993 More than 1 year ago
I am not a family member and I really liked this book. I did not think it was boring. In fact it had me on he edge of my seat the whole time. It took me a long time to figure out who the killer was Dan the deputy. 
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Ok I read the other reviews, I just dont get it! This book was really dumb! In a matter of days an exFBI agent falls for a wattress/physic, solves a serial murder case that has been going on for over 12 years, finds out her brother is gay and her real father is her new fella's boss. Oh! And is kidnapped and almost murdered. I TOLD YA THIS BOOK DUMB! This author must have a very large family or she paid a bunch of people to write positive reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is dedicated to the writer's mother. The plot is based on serial killers who rape their victims and kill them in grotesque ways. Lovely subject to dedicate to mom. I had a difficult time finishing this. Besides being gory the love story portions were unbelievable and repeated constantly. I skipped over several pages at a time to get through the book. I anticipated the ending, both the love story and the killer. Not worth the effort to read it. I will not read more in this series.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Would have given it five stars but I found some of the foul language off-putting