Chill Factor doc ¶ Paperback ñ sandra brown

Sandra Brown ´ Chill Factor mobi

Chill Factor doc ¶ Paperback ñ sandra brown ñ ❴Ebook❵ ➩ Chill Factor Author Sandra Brown – Gwairsoft.co.uk Librarian’s note This is a previously published edition ofpaperback ISBN 9780743466776 Cleary North Carolina is a sleepy mountain town—the kind of place where criminal activity is usually lWoods on foot She recognizes the injured man as Ben Tierney whom she’d met the previous summer They’re forced to wait out the storm in the cabin but as the hours of their confinement mount Lilly begins to wonder if the greatest danger to her safety isn’t the blizzard outside but the mysterious man right beside her Is Ben Tierney the feared abductor? Or is he who he claims to beher rescuer from harm and from the tragedy that haunts her Holy crap on a cracker Ms Brown can definitely spin a tale As many books as I have read by her I am always amazed at her writings She blew my mind again with this novel I just knew who the culprit was but I was wrongover and over again So many little mysteries inside one big mystery I loved this book If you are a true fan of SB and have never read this one then grab a copy and enjoy

text ´ Chill Factor ´ Sandra Brown

Librarian’s note This is a previously published edition ofpaperback ISBN 9780743466776 Cleary North Carolina is a sleepy mountain town the kind of place where criminal activity is usually limited to parking violations Not so lately Four women have disappeared from Cleary over the past two years And there’s always a blue ribbon left near the spot where each of the women was last seen There are no bodies no other clues and no suspicion as 45 I was so confused starsSandra Browns writing never fails to lure me into the story With eual doses of suspense and mystery she also has the ability to weave in a certain level of sex appeal in way that creates anticipation and when the moments happen Let me start by saying this one drove me a little batty It was fantastic of course but for the first 60% or so my thoughts were spinning in so many different directions that I my little brain was about to explode Where to begin with this one?The setting for Chill Factor is a little town called Cleary It’s that kind of town where everyone knows everyone else’s business Things are a bit unsettled in Cleary because 5 women have gone missing with no suspect at hand and the only apparent common connection is a blue ribbon found at each location the woman were last seen Though a threatening storm is approaching Lilly Martin and her ex husband Dutch Burton head to their winter cabin to remove all their belonging since there will be new owners moving in soon Their time spent together is tense if nothing else Things have happened within their lives that has left their relationship strained and broken Lilly is ready to move on but Dutch well he hates the thought of not having Lilly in his life As they leave separately to head back down the mountain things are about to change for both of them While Dutch makes his way down the mountain through the storm Lilly isn’t so lucky Without warning she loses control of her car never expecting to hit a man who is out in the storm With no other choice they return to her cabin for safetyWhat is surprising to Lilly is she knows this man It is Ben Tierney Though their meeting was back in the summer it was a meeting that neither has forgotten They had an undeniable attraction then and now that they are confined together who knows what will happenTierney isn’t a local though His visits to town have been because of the column he writes for a outdoorsmen magazine Or so it appears When distressing information surfaces and Lilly doesn’t make it down the mountain the already present tension in town heightens Felling trapped Lilly doesn’t know what or who to believe And because neither Ben or herself has a connection with anyone from town they are left with only their thoughts and desire to get off the mountainAnd then it happensIn true SB form the last 30% of the book kicked ass With my heading spinning like crazy trying to figure out the connections trying to get my answers to all my “what the hell moments” shit starts to happen From seeing Dutch in true form to the locals; William Ritt Marilee Ritt Wes Hamer and Scott Hamer I found myself picking my jaw off the floor than once I cannot even begin to tell you what goes on Tierney and Lilly are surviving by a thread Both are on edge for their own reasons Lilly’s are apparent but Tierney’s are of a mystery With only a fireplace as their source of warmth human nature and desire takes over Neither Lilly nor Tierney were prepared for what was happens between them With doubt fear and desperation taking over Lilly’s thoughts Tierney finds himself saying and doing things he feels he has no other choice with There was no stone unturned in this one I ended up loving it like all her other books I have recently read I must say that this one had my favorite epilogue ❤

text Chill Factor

Chill FactorTo who their abductor might be And now another woman has disappeared without a trace It is to this backdrop that Lilly Martin returns to close the sale of her mountain cabin marking the end of her turbulent eight year marriage to Dutch Burton Cleary’s chief of police Dutch’s reluctance to let her go isn’t Lilly’s only obstacle As she’s trying to outrun a snowstorm her car skids on the icy road and strikes a man who emerges from the 51120Still reading my SB favoritesand enjoying them all over again 5 Chilling Stars Sandra Brown is one of my top go to author's when I'm in the mood for a great mystery suspense that will keep me guessing and on the edge of my seat and SB manages to add just the right amount of romance to keep the characters connected and the reader enthralledIn the town of Cleary in North Carolina four women are missing and presumed dead The town has a serial killer The Blue Ribbon Killer on the loose and as the story unfolds as usual with a SB novel there are several suspects and a couple of side stories with many twists and turns Lilly Martin has returned to her ex husbands hometown of Cleary NC to close on the sale of their cabin her ex husband Dutch is the towns Police Chief who desperately want’s Lilly back When leaving the cabin during a snow storm her car skids and strikes a man on the side of the road Ben Tierney is a man she met the previous summer and as they wait out the storm together in her cabin they definitely have an attraction to one another and despite her attraction to Ben she later begins to suspect him as The Blue Ribbon Killer 4 women have disappeared from Cleary over the past 2 years the greatest danger to Lilly's safety isn't the blizzard outside but the mysterious man right beside her I really really enjoy this one and I found myself engaged in the story looking for clues and searching for possible suspects I truly enjoyed all the characters some were creepy some sleazy and some downright mysterious Overall a fast paced thriller that will keep you guessing with a satisfying ending I highly recommend to anybody who enjoys a good mystery and a bit of romance if that’s your preference Chill Factor does NOT disappoint Audio book narrated by the very talented Stephen LangOriginally read July 2011 Rated 5 Stars