“The fast-paced and highly dramatic plot is extremely fresh . . . Fatal Intent combines mystery with romance, a romance which is unusual and unique. 5 Stars.”
—Gayani Hathurusingha for Readers’ Favorite
Readers of Sandra Brown and Laura Griffin are going to embrace the novels of hot new romantic suspense writer Ryshia Kennie.
An expedition into the Borneo rain forest is a once-in-a-lifetime chance for entomologist Garrett Cole. It’s this trip that could finally make her a star in her field. But when her team’s guide is found dead and headless on the banks of the river, Garrett’s dream trek suddenly becomes a nightmare. Lost in the heart of the jungle, she must fight to maintain her composure while leading a panicked team of scientists to safety.
When sexy and rugged Aidan arrives in the jungle looking as if he belongs, Garrett has no choice but to accept his help. But Aidan is more than she bargained for—a man of few words and fewer answers, as comfortable in the jungle as the mysterious native tribesmen. And as the days pass and passion flares between them, Garrett wonders if Aiden’s good intentions are just another of the jungle’s illusions.
In a land rife with predators and a killer still on the loose, can she trust the one man who claims to be their rescuer?
“Ryshia’s writing keeps you hooked from beginning to end. An original story line, believable characters and a great writing style. This book is a must-read.”
—Katie L Thompson, KatieLThompson.blogspot.co.uk
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Ryshia Kennie is the award-winning author of her city’s writing award and a semi-finalist in the Kindle Book Awards. The daughter of a police officer she remembers as a child she wasn’t told not to talk to strangers but rather to get a good description of the suspect and report home. That combined with a love of romance may well have influenced the direction her writing eventually took.
Now, she finds there’s never a lack of places to set an edge-of-the-seat tale as prairie winters find her dreaming of warmer places for heart-stopping stories. Settings with deadly villains threatening intrepid heroes and heroines, who battle for their right to live or even to love, in a place that neither – or both, may call home.
When not writing, you can find her working her way through a towering TBA stack of books, rollerblading one last time before the snow hits, making sure the squirrels have water to drink through the long prairie winter – they now have a heated dog dish, and dreaming of her next trip,