King Of The Castle by Heather Graham Pozzessere #BookReview #RomanticSuspense #Ireland


My rating: 3 of 5 stars


Heather Graham’s romantic suspense story King of The Castle has been in TBR for a long time. As I am strapped for time to focus on my pending ARC’s thought to divert myself with this fast-paced story set in Ireland.

Kit McHennessey has returned to the village where she has lost her husband on their honeymoon after 8 long years. As an established travel author, her latest project takes her back to the place she never wished to return.

The suspense of the murders that occurs around the time of All Hallow’s Eve and the legacy of the O’Nialls who are like royalty in the area was interesting. The angst of the romance between Kit and Justin with a surprising element of the young Michael brought about an unexpected twist. I loved the description of the place by the author and it gives a different feel to the legends and folklore surrounding the area.

An exciting quick read!

Rediscover this classic tale of romantic suspense by New York Times bestselling author Heather Graham. Back in Ireland for the first time since the mysterious death of her husband, Kit McHennessey finds herself haunted by the unanswered questions from that night. Justin O’Niall, the man who comforted her through the tragedy eight years ago, is as darkly compelling now as he was then. And while she is passionately drawn to him, she is also certain she cannot trust him. Kit must uncover the deadly truths she once fled in order to confront the danger that threatens their future. 



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