Author: Adriana Anders
Genre: Romantic suspense
Rating: 4 out of 5
Angel Smith has been in Antarctica long enough. She came there to get over a tragedy in her past and found a group of people that helped her get ready to live again. Now, on the day she’s going to return to civilization, the remote research station is attacked, and people are murdered—leaving her with only irritating glaciologist Ford Cooper.
Ford Cooper just tried to avoid Angel—and everyone else at the research station—but after the attack, he knows it’s up to him and Angel to get themselves to safety—and keep their attackers from getting their hands on the virus. But the odds—and the elements—are against them, and he’s not sure even he and Angel’s newfound bond is strong enough to survive.
Whiteout is a solid suspense read—and, frankly, made me cold (not a fan of cold weather)! The setting comes to eerie, frigid life, and I was never quite sure what would happen next. Just enough suspense to keep me turning the pages to find out what happens—and I’m interested in reading the next book in the series, too!
Adriana Anders is an award-winning author. Whiteout is her newest novel.
(Galley courtesy of Sourcebooks Casablanca in exchange for an honest review.)
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