Buried Lies by Kaylea Cross

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Posted November 29, 2018 in review Tags: , ,

Buried Lies by Kaylea CrossBuried Lies by Kaylea Cross
Pages: 228
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Series: Crimson Point #2
Genres: Romantic Suspense
Source: ARC
Also in this series: Fractured Honor, Shattered Vows, Rocky Ground
Also by this author: Fast Kill, Fractured Honor, Fast Fury, Shattered Vows, Rocky Ground
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She left her painful past behind.

Poppy Larsen is finally free. She moved to Crimson Point to make a new life for herself, full of bright possibilities. A whole new world awaits her, if she can find the courage to trust again—even her gorgeous neighbor, the town sheriff. But darkness lurks in the picturesque Oregon Coast town, concealing a deadly threat that’s closer than she ever imagined.

Now a killer is watching her from the shadows.

Sheriff Noah Buchanan can’t help but be intrigued by his new neighbor. She’s hard working, sexy as hell, and unlike most of the women in town, she hasn’t thrown herself at him. After it becomes clear that she plans to put down roots here, he finds himself falling more and more for Poppy and her big heart. When someone from her past tries to hurt her, it triggers all his protective instincts. But the real danger is hiding in plain sight. When the unthinkable happens, Noah is thrust into a race against time to save her before it’s too late.

Buried Lies starts off with a very creepy intro that I wasn’t expecting. I love when an author gives you a glimpse into an unexpected character! The story shifts after the brief into to our main characters, Noah, the town sheriff, and Poppy, a new resident who opened a bookshop/bakery cafe. She is desperately trying to get her business off the ground and put her past behind her.

The attraction is immediate between Noah and Poppy which I always like. I felt the drama of the story was darker than the previous book and added an edge to the story (which yall know I appreciate a great deal)!

Buried Lies by Kaylea Cross brings you a delightful small town, searing hot romance, and danger! I didn’t want to put the book down and go to sleep. There wasn’t a good stopping point! If you haven’t read book 1, thats totally okay! These really are stand alones with interconnected characters. However, I did really enjoy book 1, so I suggest you check it out as well!

 

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Small town romantic suspense like Be a Good Girl by Tess Diamond, Picking Up the Pieces by Maryann Jordan, Pretend You’re Safe by Alexandra Ivy …then you will probably like Buried Lies!

Noah Buchanan jerked awake when the generator started up next door.

What the hell?

He rolled over to squint at the bedside clock. “You gotta be freaking kidding me,” he muttered.

It was seven-twelve on a Saturday morning. Wasn’t there an unspoken rule everybody understood that you had to be quiet until at least nine on the weekends? As a matter of common courtesy?

Grabbing a pair of jeans from the chair in the corner, he dragged them on over top of his boxers and stumbled down the hall toward the kitchen. Through the wide window above the sink he caught a flash of blond hair over the back fence. Definitely his new neighbor.

Barefoot, he stepped outside into the warm late-June morning and headed across the back lawn, the grass soft and slightly damp beneath his soles. He stopped at the neck-high cedar fence that separated the properties, and the moment he saw his sexy new neighbor at the far side of her yard, he suddenly wasn’t annoyed anymore.

Poppy stood in profile to him as she raised the wand of the power washer and started on her back fence. She was young, maybe mid-twenties. She wore a tiny pair of frayed cutoff shorts and a string bikini top that framed full, round breasts, leaving her midriff and long legs bare.

Christ. It took superhuman effort to drag his eyes up to her face.

Her honey-blond hair was up in a ponytail, and he could see the wires from the earbuds she had in. Completely absorbed in her task, she had no idea he was standing there staring at her.

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Samantha
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