Okay, I know this is the 3rd Review Reblog I’ve posted in a short period, and for those of you who might be tired of them, I apologize. But I’m pretty excited about them, especially this one for That Darkest Place, which I’d love to see receive a few more. So I’m hoping you’ll indulge me this morning, and will check out what Rosie Amber has to say, then share it wherever you can. Sharing would help me get the word out, and promote Rosie’s blog at the same time. Thank you so much!
That Darkest Place is book #3 of The Riverbend romantic suspense series set in Florida. It is the story of Forrest and Jackson Painter, and continues from where we left off in book #2, Finding Hunter.
Jackson is the eldest brother of three, and the book opens with a hospital scene. Left with severe memory loss and an amputated leg, it will take a long time for Jackson to recover.
Forrest is the brother who keeps the family together, and runs the family hardware store. He’s supportive to Hunter, from Book #2, in the past—now he needs Hunter’s support as they pull Jackson through his rehabilitation.
As the book title suggests, this novel deals with its characters’ psychologically darkest moments. I thought the author did a great job describing Jackson—his roller-coaster of recovery followed by…
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