“…plenty of the sort of secrets, sex, scandal, and glimpses into lives of sheer luxury that make Sidney Sheldon’s novels so much fun to read” in Simona Ahrnstedt’s High Risk. High Risk has been reviewed on Booklist Online.
Why did it have to be Kiruna? When journalist Ambra Vinter left the small Swedish mining town years ago, she swore to herself she would never return. However, Ambra’s boss wants her to write up a human-interest story about a woman living in Kiruna.
So, if Ambra wants to hold on to her writing job, she is just going to have to suck it up and go back home. Now stuck in Kiruna over Christmas, Ambra is positive this will be her worst holiday ever until she meets impossibly sexy and incredibly arrogant former Swedish Special Forces member Tom Lexington in the hotel café. Ahrnstedt (Falling, 2017), who rocks the best-seller charts back in Sweden, packs the plot of her latest contemporary romance with plenty of the sort of secrets, sex, scandal, and glimpses into lives of sheer luxury that make Sidney Sheldon’s novels so much fun to read.
You find the review by John Charles here.