"A chilling romantic thriller"
Popular mystery writer Caitlin Bennett enjoys her life
except for the nasty notes from a so-called fan. Caitlin
initially writes them off as nothing to fear as some nut is
upset with something C.D. Bennett did in a novel. As the
letters keep coming and the tone turns angrier, Caitlin
begins to worry that perhaps she has a dangerous stalker
after her. After meeting with her publisher, an unknown
assailant shoves Caitlin into ongoing traffic. Only
perhaps the lack of speed on Manhattan's streets saves her
life though she is injured.
Her publisher arranges for his stepbrother Connor "Mac"
McKee to provide personal protection of his client. Mac
moves into Caitlin's home, but soon learns how dangerous
her stalker-fan is when corpses with an eerie resemblance
to Caitlin surface. Only her now cherished Mac may keep
his precious safe, but she doubts even he can do this from
a deadly serial killer targeting her as the final bulls-eye.
SNOWFALL is a thrilling romantic suspense novel that
keeps chills suufacing on the reader's body even with the
heat emanating from the lead couple sharing her apartment.
The story line is terse as the culprit moves closer to the
prey and Caitlin and Mac fall in love. The starring
protagonists obtain reader empathy especially when Mac
feels helpless and Caitlin feels doomed. Sharon Sala
furbishes a winning tale because the duo is a delightfully
realistic combo with an authentic threat hanging over their
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted October 11, 2001