Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Highway Thirteen to Manhattan (The Six Train to Wisconsin Series #2) by Kourtney Heintz

His secrets almost killed her. Her secrets may destroy them both.

Kai is recovering from a near-death experience when she realizes something isn’t right. Her body is healing, but her mind no longer feels quite like her own. Her telepathic powers are changing, too. She can’t trust herself. The darkness growing inside of her pushes her to use her telepathy as a weapon.

Oliver clings to the hope that he can save their marriage, even though he was the one who put her life in jeopardy. As his wife slips further and further away from him, he becomes increasingly obsessed with bringing the man who ruined his life to justice.

The sequel to The Six Train to Wisconsin is a genre-defying tale of love and consequences. Once again, award-winning author Kourtney Heintz seamlessly weaves suspense and paranormal intrigue into a real-world setting, creating characters rich in emotional and psychological complexity.

"Family secrets, paranormal suspense, and romance collide in Heintz's fascinatingly original tale. A compelling read that will keep you guessing and haunt you long after the last page is turned."
-Gretchen Archer, USA Today Bestselling author of the Davis Way Crime Capers
I had to see how the story continues. The moment I saw this one on NetGalley I requested it without second thoughts. I am pretty content with the way the story develops. The sequel is a tad darker and that gives is the spiciness I lacked in the first book from the series.
How can you not fall for a redhead turned bad, come on, I have to be heartless, or not a ginger myself to resist it. Kai's struggles become twice as real this time and I loved her more for it! More than wanted to. This time I want to call the novel phenomenal! I didn't dare do so with the first book, because of fear of disappointment, but now that I know how the story continues, this series promises nothing but excellence! Kourtney Heintz you now have a very special place in my heart and your stories will be re-read often.

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