DEJA VU by Samantha Gentry is available from the Crimson Rose line of romantic suspense at The Wild Rose Press www.thewildrosepress.com Also available at other online vendors.
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The Romance Studio gives DEJA VU 4 Hearts
I thoroughly enjoyed this well-written, subtle, romantic suspense novel. It had the feel of a cosy whodunit, in a modern version of an Agatha Christie-like classic. The setting was fantastic and the idea of a baffling disappearance that took place three decades ago on a secluded island makes for a wonderful scenario. The plot was well-paced and the dialogue and character interaction was very believable.
This was such a romantic, adventurous, thrilling read; a skillful suspense story with a fantastic ending. I recommend to suspense fans, as well as contemporary romance readers who enjoy spine-tingling situations.
Sensuality rating: Mildly sensual Reviewer: Theresa Joseph http://theromancestudio.com/reviews/reviews/dejavugentry.htm
Long And Short Reviews has this to say about DEJA VU:
Samantha Gentry creates a riveting story as she weaves together vivid characters, dark secrets, deceits, murder, and unswerving dedication to reach goals. Moreover, she weaves a love that will not be denied into the mix — an intense, breathtaking love that brings completeness to both Lexi and Gable.
Reviewed by Camellia
Night Owl Reviews said this about DEJA VU
Deja Vu was a nice quick easy read. Well written with a smooth flow to it. Twists that got my attention. Over all rated well.
BLURB: When Alexandra Caldwell is hired by a reclusive author to research the thirty-year-old disappearance of a big name newspaper tycoon and his wife, she wasn’t sure what she would discover. As she embarks on this project, she finds herself in the middle of a series of frightening events and an unexpected attraction to Gable Talbot, the current owner of Skull Island where the disappearances occurred…a man with a magnetic sex appeal and a past as mysterious as the case she’s researching. Will she be able to do the job she was hired for, or has she stumbled too close to the truth?