3 Stars Out Of 5
Great plot, poor formatting
April 3, 2013
Lydia Frederickson is afraid to answer her telephone. Widowed and alone, she only wants to get through another anniversary of her husband's death without falling to pieces, but a stalker isn't making that goal easy. The disturbing calls are becoming increasingly personal and threatening, and everyone who knows her is suspect. The only person she knows isn't making the calls is her new ponytailed, tattooedâ€”and breathtakingly handsomeâ€” minister, Matthew Winters.
Former-narcotics-agent-turned-minister Matthew Winters knows he's not what the town expected in their new pastor, but he's up for the challenge. What he doesn't expect is the sudden attraction he feels for parishioner Lydia Frederickson. When he discovers she's the victim of a stalker, he feels God's intervention has led himâ€”both a cop and a preacherâ€”to her. Matthew knows he's falling for the beautiful widow, but a secret from his past may undermine their future.
** spoiler alert ** The plot of this book kept my attention and kept me wondering who would end up as the culprit. I didn't see the answer coming and was a bit surprised that this person could have kept his feelings a secret for so long. The reason for the 3-star rating is primarily because my e-book copy was full of grammatical and formatting errors, which made it a little difficult to follow at times since I had to guess which character was speaking.
I received this book from the author with a request to post a review.