Angel’s Den is a historical set in the early days of the United States. The characters follow the Lewis and Clark trail in 1808, a couple years after the original trip. They trip was fascinating, written in a way that I felt like I was traveling the trail with them. But the real strength of this book is the characters. Emma finds herself married to the most handsome man west of the Appalachians. She can’t believe her luck until the fairy tale turns into a nightmare. A mesmerizing story of grace is woven as Emma finds her way to eventual freedom.
Dead Reckoning is a wonderful international thriller. The suspense is high, the romance perfectly toned, and the pacing tight. I found it hard to believe that this was a debut novel. And the rumors I’m hearing is that Ronie’s future books are even better — hard to believe. Shiloh Blake, an underwater archaeologist, finds herself embroiled in an international incident. In the effort to stay alive she finds herself thrown into an unwanted relationship with a CIA agent. Read this book and expect a page-turning ride that races to the last page.