Fatal Divide
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Series Desert Heat (Book 2)
Book Type Fiction
Publisher Mad for Romance Publishing
Publish Date Apr 9, 2015
Alex Ward solved a murder last summer by getting kidnapped. Dylan Chaves, a former high school sweetheart, helped save her then, and they found their mutual attraction stronger than ever. But no one quite understood what forces were working to turn their sleepy little Arizona desert town into a hotbed of intrigue. In fact, they thought it was over. Now, the murder of a distant relative puts Dylan in the midst of a cartel war, and Dylan learns something about himself that threatens to put their budding romance at risk. Alex can feel alliances shifting as old secrets come to light. Can she compete with Dylan’s complex and growing responsibilities, or must she let him go to follow her own life’s dream? Fatal Divide is Book 2 of the Desert Heat series.
Fatal Exposure is a full-length novel of 229 pages and is the second in a planned five-book series. It can be read as a stand-alone novel, but romance readers will want to know it contains a happy-for-now ending. Although the suspense aspect of the book is resolved, several sub-plots and the romance are not. The book is available exclusively on Amazon, and is enrolled in Kindle Unlimited.
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Fatal Divide
Sep 16, 2015
I was given a copy of this book by Reading Alley for an honest review.The plot was fantastic and the pacing of the story was great.The characters was amazing and their progression throughout the story was great. This author's writing style is fantastic. My overall impression of this book is that it's an amazing read. I would highly recommend this book.
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Little Town filled with Secrets
Sep 10, 2015
Fatal Divide is the second book in the Desert Heat series by Jamie Jeffries. This book is best read as part of the series to best understand the characters and the setting. The beginning of the story leaves you wondering how this book will turn out. By the end of the first chapter, I hooked and could not wait to finish the book. The author did a good job of drawing the reader in to her world. She did a great job of making it very realistic. The pace of the story was a fast paced from the Read More
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