Buried Alive by Stacey Marie Brown
Get ready to experience an avalanche of emotions…
Stacey Marie Brown has never had a problem eliciting a wide range of emotions from her readers with her well-known, steamy, paranormal thrillers that include larger than life characters, heart- stopping action, and heart- pounding attractions. So when I heard about her writing a contemporary romance, Buried Alive, I wasn’t sure what to expect other than the fact that she creates memorable characters that live in your head for days after reading her books. I definitely was not prepared for the range and intensity of emotions that she was able to create from a steamy romance set against the backdrop of Whistler, Canada.
After the death of her grandmother, Hannah returns home to the place that that nearly destroyed her and still haunts her. While there she crosses paths with Rhys Axton, the “infamous sexy snowboarding champion” who has no idea who she is other than that he is inexplicable attracted to her. She, however, knows exactly who he is but is unable to fight the intense physical attraction he produces in her.
If it were only because of the steam produced when Hannah and Rhys get together, Buried Alive, would be a temperature elevating book worth reading. But, Stacey is far from content to let that be the only thing to raise your blood pressure. Instead she leads you on a suspenseful journey to learn what has been haunting Hannah all these years. It will keep you glued to your seat till the end and in tears by the time you get there. Thanks Stacey for such an unexpected delight and keeping me up all night! I now know that it doesn’t matter what she writes, I shouldn’t start a new one until I know that the next day is lite.
Tanya’s love for books has been a lifelong passion that she likes sharing with others. Reading is also the thing that relaxes her after a day of juggling the many responsibilities that come with being being wife to an amazing man, mother to four great kids spread around the world, business manager, and farm hand on their place in southwest Missouri; home to Akaushi cattle and a menagerie of pygmy goats, horses, chickens, dogs and cats.