Fiction Friday: Sins of the Past

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Sins of the PastI love a good mystery. When it moves to romantic suspense, I love it even more. Then if you make it a novella collection with three of my favorite authors, well, I’m a goner.

That’s what you get with Sins of the Past. This collection of romantic suspense novellas from a trio of best-selling authors is the perfect read for those days you can’t commit to a full-length novel. Each novella is around 120 pages, and is the perfect bite size for reading on a day at the beach or on the porch of a mountain cabin. I’m also hard-pressed to pick a favorite. Dee Henderson’s Missing focuses on finding a sheriff’s missing mom with the lightest sprinkling of future romance. Eason’s Blackout is a very satisfying story of the past catching the present in a twist of deadly stalking and romance. Pettrey’s Shadowed is an equally satisfying dip into frigid Alaskan waters with a murder to solve and a romance to pursue. Each is a fully complete story, separate from the rest, and a satisfying  read. If you have a vacation coming up and want a book that will capture your attention without stealing your time, Sins of the Past should climb in your suitcase. Or if you love romantic suspense, but can’t commit to a full book, take Sins of the Past for a read. You won’t be disappointed.

Three Novellas from Bestselling Authors

In Dee Henderson’s Missing, a Wyoming sheriff is called to Chicago when his elderly mother goes missing. Paired with a savvy Chicago cop, the two realize her disappearance is no accident, and a race against the clock begins.

Dani Pettrey returns to Alaska with Shadowed, introducing readers to the parents of her beloved McKenna clan. Adventure, romance, and danger collide when a young fisherman nets the body of an open-water swimming competitor who may actually be a possible Russian defector.

Lynette Eason’s Blackout delivers the story of a woman once implicated in a robbery gone wrong. The loot has never been found–but her memory of that night has always been unreliable. Can she remember enough to find her way to safety when the true culprit comes after her?

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