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Killer Bunny Hill

1 rating: 3.0
A book by Denise Robbins

A Killer is on her Bunny Trail... Shot while snowboarding, Samantha Spenser lands on a stranger's doorstep without her memory, but with a shooter on her tail. Even after the stranger saves her from the gunman and offers her refuge, Sam begins to … see full wiki

Author: Denise Robbins
Genre: Romance
Publisher: L & L Dreamspell
1 review about Killer Bunny Hill

Great story full of suspense and romance!

  • Aug 2, 2009
Rating:
+3
If you love suspense, if you love romance, heck, if you just love a great book, then Killer Bunny Hill by Denise Robbins is perfect! Ms. Robbins blends together secrets, intrigue, suspense, and romance as easily and wonderfully as a master chef blends the ingredients for a delectable gourmet meal. Her characters are effortless in their appeal and the setting is vivid and comes to life right upon the pages.

Samantha Spenser receives a call from her father, asking her to come and visit him. However, when she does, there is no trace of him and before her first day back home is over, she gets shot and left for dead. Willful and stubborn, Sam drags herself to what she thinks is her home, before going under in a dark blanket of pain. When she wakes up, however, she discovers a handsome stranger by her side. This stranger, Sam soon learns, is Max Stone - a man with a grudge and even more dangerous, a man on a mission. Max is looking for his brother who has disappeared. Not knowing whether he is alive or dead, he will do whatever it takes to find him and a beautiful little snow bunny doesn't hold a chance to distract him - or does she?

Max is convinced that Sam's missing father is somehow connected to his missing brother - and not in a good way. Meanwhile Sam wonders just how much she can trust Max, especially with the fact that he believes her father to be involved in something terrible and illegal.

It doesn't take long before Max and Sam must learn to work together to save themselves as well as their loved ones. With a group of murderers on Sam and Max's tail, doing whatever it takes to get them and silence them, there is never a lagging moment within the story. As they get closer to finding an answer, they also become closer to an unwitting end.

With twists and turns, Killer Bunny Hill will keep the reader in suspense from the first page until the last. Sam and Max are wonderful characters that the reader will quickly grow to care about, sending pages flying as the reader yearns to discover what happens next. The sizzle and heat sparks between the two leading characters, lending the perfect combination of romance and suspense. The plot is cleverly contrived and laid out by Ms. Robbins, making Killer Bunny Hill an all around delightful read.

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