TITLE: The Killing Hour
AUTHOR: Anita Whiting
PRICE / TYPE: $5.95 eBook
PUBLISHER: Champagne Books
GENRE: Paranormal Romance
“She was an ex-cop desperately trying to deal with the tragic loss of her husband and infant son. He was a successful screen star sought after by starlets and fans. They had absolutely nothing in common. Or did they?
People were being murdered at Cedars Sinai Hospital. Systematically and quietly, a bolus of air injected directly into their jugular veins at the stroke of midnight. None were labeled a homicide and all appeared to be random.
Simon Martin knew otherwise. The Irish born actor could feel the power, the magic, growing inside of him. It was a destiny he had fled from at the age of eighteen, angry and stubbornly determined. Now his sleep and even his hours awake are haunted by what he saw, sensed.
Fiona Caruso resents his interference in her life, has no respect for his lifestyle. Yet, before either of them knew it, they were tossed into a vortex of lies, deceit, embezzlement and murder.
It didn’t take long to discover that fate had brought them together. The answers were there. To discover them each would have to bare their soul to the other. Would they succeed or would the murderer make them the next victims?
At the killing hour…”
An author after my own heart, main character Fiona Caruso is from Northeast, Ohio, Little Italy to boot and a big old fashion Italian Family, much the same at little old me!
This book was classified as a Paranormal Romance but it felt more like a Romantic Suspense Thriller to me. HAHA did I just make up my own category??? Anyhow ladies and gents, let me tell you about the other main character Simon Martin who has to be what I picture the perfect specimen of and Irishman might be, and he’s a movie star to boot but without the movie star ego.
Simon and Fiona ignite together even with Fiona’s reluctance, they seem to heal each other soul, and let me tell you both souls are in need of healing, all of that while solving the crimes that have lead them together.
Drue gives this book