Shadow of the Forgotten

Shadow of the Forgotten

by McKenna Grey, Everly Archard

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Overview

From a quaint and unsuspecting town in northern Maine comes SHADOW OF THE FORGOTTEN, the second book in the Kyndall Family Thrillers, a contemporary romantic suspense series filled with gripping intrigue, riveting romance, and nonstop adventure.

A woman preyed upon by corruption.

Heather York’s investigative career with the U.S. Marshals Service is neither glamorous nor dangerous, but when she’s thrust to the precipice of an unexpected threat, she has no choice but to wonder if she was meant to be collateral damage or the intended victim.

A man who won’t abandon her.

At a luxury lakeside lodge in Maine, Jordan Kyndall’s plans to celebrate the wedding of his college roommate go awry before the happy couple has a chance to say “I do.” Jordan anticipated a good time with old friends. Instead, he stumbles upon a gruesome scene in the picturesque woods of the woman whose lifeless body unexpectedly stirs his protective nature.

An obsession that could destroy them both

As the threat against them grows and the questions multiply, they’ll have to trust each other—and their feelings—if they’re going to survive.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780997811384
Publisher: Cambron Publishing Group LLC
Publication date: 01/24/2018
Series: Kyndall Family Thrillers , #2
Pages: 276
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.62(d)

About the Author

McKenna Grey is the contemporary alter-ego of an award-winning historical romance and western author. Never one to limit her imagination, she ventured into the realm of contemporary romantic suspense and thrillers where she blends touches of romance with gripping adventure and mystery.

She also writes feel-good contemporary short stories to break up the murder and mayhem. McKenna enjoys a quiet life in the Rocky Mountains where she manages to stay out of the trouble her characters can't seem to avoid.

EVERLY ARCHARD is the pseudonym of an award-winning paranormal and fantasy romance author. Her passion for romance with an edge led her to explore the world of romantic suspense.

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ReadersFavorite More than 1 year ago
Reviewed by Viga Boland for Readers' Favorite Once readers catch on as to who is speaking in the opening of this romantic mystery, Shadow of the Forgotten, by McKenna Grey and Everly Archard, the novel evolves into quite an enjoyable read about two young people, Heather and Jordan, who meet just prior to a wedding. Cupid shoots his arrow, but before Heather and Jordan can get to know each other, the wedding is postponed rather dramatically when a couple of female members of the bridal party are murdered. Then, only hours later, Heather too comes close to losing her life, but she’s saved by Jordan. Now the mystery really gets under way, as Heather, who works for the US Marshall’s office, tries to find out who killed her friends and why. And eager to protect and help her all the way is Jordan, who has family in the FBI. When it becomes apparent that Heather, and not the other women, was the killer’s real target, the action speeds up and the authors keep readers guessing from one page to the next. The clue to the mysterious events in this novel lies in its title, and it takes till one is nearly 5/6 of the way through the book to begin figuring out who really is behind the murders and why. And just when you think you know who it is, you get a surprise. That’s the way to do it - keep the reader hooked and reading, and thinking they have it all figured out ... only to discover that they don’t. Jordan and Heather get themselves into some pretty scary situations, and even if sometimes they seem a bit too lucky, they survive, just as readers would want. A nice bit of romance, a good deal of “whodunit” tension, and a satisfying conclusion make Shadow of the Forgotten a great read on a weekend away. Enjoy!