Chilled is the second book in Bone Secrets, the multimillion copy bestselling series.As a forensic nurse on a search and rescue team, Brynn Nealey braves a dangerous blizzard to find the survivors of a plane crash in the Cascade Mountains Joining her is Alex Kinton, a former US Marshal with self destructive tendencies Alex lies his way onto Brynns team to find the man who killed his brotherand then return the favor But once the team members reach the planes wreckage, they discover everyone aboard has perishedexcept for the man Alex is hunting Alex will do whatever it takes to track his target through the vast, snowy wilderness.As the temperatures drop, however, so do Alexs defenses His contact with the sharp, kindhearted Brynn makes his lust for vengeance difficult to reconcile with his growing feelings for a woman who risks her life to help others What will happen to Alexs savage instincts when he finally has the opportunity to confront his brothers killer In Chilled, the next thrilling tale in the Bone Secrets saga, Golden Heart finalist Kendra Elliot weaves an icy tale of cold nights, cold hearts, and cold blooded killers....
|Title||:||Chilled (A Bone Secrets Novel Book 2) (English Edition)|
|Publisher||:||Montlake Romance 14 August 2012|
|Number of Pages||:||373 Pages|
|File Size||:||567 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Chilled (A Bone Secrets Novel Book 2) (English Edition) Reviews
t seems a little frustrating to read these books on holiday, I read 7 none were particularly good and none were so bad that I had to jusst stop, but I wouldn't claim that any of these books were special or that I might read them again
I chose 5 stars because it was very easy reading, a fantastic plot, I couldn't put the book down.The story has a little bit of everything... crime, thriller, romance.
A light read for the summer. Nothing really exciting but entertaining. Some crime, some romance- A nice mix for some hours.
I'm a little dismayed at how many reviewers think the writing is good. The writing is what is driving me crazy! Patrick thought this, and then Patrick turned around, and Patrick said.... the same name is used again three or four times in the same paragraph. Pronouns! Grasp the concept! Or perhaps there are even other ways to indicate Patrick is still the focus, such as; "The sheriff," or, "her boss..." And please, when the scene changes, put a blank line in or something. The kindle edition I have doesn't do that. One moment we're on the mountain and the next we're flashing back to a year ago, and there is no break to indicate we're switching scenes. Perhaps this is some of the poor editing referred to by several reviewers. I can only assume that loyal fans are basing their 5 star reviews on previous books. There are several accounts that mention something to the effect, "...but this one is not as good as her others." And then they go on to give it 5 stars. The plot is interesting but a little draggy, so I'll give it 2 stars, but I'm wondering if after finishing half of the book I even WANT to finish it. Sorry. I just don't care for it.
I have rated this book with two stars off the top because of the sex scenes. Just not needed! I do enjoy this author's writing, but having to just skip an entire chapter irritates me because of the sex scenes! I also took a star off for the poor proofing of this book. There are too many typos and there just was no reason for the lack of spacing between scenes. It took a little too much thought for me when I had to go back a few times to see what was going on. The topics changed, but there was no indication of it. Then there often was not even indenting for the new topics. Just confusing.What really upset me about this book was the underlying crack or whatever with each new chapter. I got so that every time I changed to a new chapter I wanted to throw my Kindle at the author! SO IRRITATING!
There are a lot of characters that we bounce back and forth with. A search and rescue team is assembled to go into the Cascade Mountains to search for survivors of a plane crash. On board the plane were two pilots, a US Marshal and a serial killer. Sheriff Patrick Collins rounds up his SAR crew who are Jim Wolf and Thomas Todoroff, deputies with the Sheriff's ofc, Ryan Sheridan a cop from another county and Brynn Nealey (our heroine) who is a forensic nurse who goes along in case someone is hurt. At the last minute they get a call that a US Marshal is going to be joining them in there search. Alex Kinton (the hero) has lied his way onto the search team to search for his brother's killer to make sure he is either dead or reprehended. We are lead from here on a chilling trek through the forest through freezing temps and snow. We learn about each of the rescue crew along the way. Alex after losing his brother and putting away the man who killed him and then eventually losing his job had done nothing for the past year but drink and take pills. He thought he was emotionally dead inside and struggles for most of the trip to find the plane about his attraction to Brynn and eventually to caring about everyone on the team. Thats the story as I see it, I found this story slow moving in to many spots for my liking. I found this to be boring in places and couldn't wait to get thrugh the boring part. I give this a 50-50 chance of you liking this book.
Brynn Nealey, a forensic nurse has enough on her plate. She is searching for the crew and passengers on a plane that has crashed in the snow-covered Cascade Mts. Beyond that, she is in turmoil with her boyfriend, who declares they are getting married, but she doesn't feel the same way toward him. Enter Alex Kinton, a former US Marshall who has only one thing on his mind - revenge. Seems that the only survivor of the plane crash is a man that Alex has a personal vendetta with, and he is determined to find him and settle the score. The characters in this story are so believable and the story line kept me interested all the way to the very last page. I just had to keep reading to find out what would happen next. I highly recommend this book to anyone who enjoys mystery and intrigue with a little romance thrown in for good measure. A good read.
Not a bad book and hi read it in just two days. It doesn't measure up to others I have read by tge author, however. I kept waiting to find out what was wrong with Ryan, and it seemed that she just dropped that part of the story and explained it away by saying he had "the flu". No explanation of the malfunctioning GPS units either. I was waiting to find out that Ryan had been poisoned and the GPS units sabotaged, but she seemed to forget about them. What was the point of Ryan's dramatic symptoms - didn't add anything to the story.