Murder & Obsession by Yolanda Renèe
“The howling of a wolf brought him full circle.”
A baby dead, broken relationships, a marriage in Paris, jealousy and obsession, a half-breed law-enforcement officer hunted by people he thought knew him, accused of killing women, one of them he dearly loved; this is not the Twilight Zone but Murder & Obsession, the third book in the Alaskan Trilogy by Yolanda Renèe.
Disappearance, kidnapping, torture, and the undeniable obsession to own a lady that does not want him, the antagonist, Scott Chase, will use any means necessary not to lose that which he thinks belongs to him. He is a master of plotting.
However, he forgets the psychic sense in Sarah and her undying love for Steven Quaid. These two protagonists, Sarah, and Quaid, will keep you hoping that somehow, some way they can live out their small drops of eternal love.
Murder & Obsession is the third book in the trilogy by Yolanda Renèe. To say that I enjoyed learning about a region of the United States I have never visited is an understatement. The Alaskan wilderness called to me. Its loneliness spoke of peace that can only be found in being alone with nature.
Renèe’s scenic descriptions, as well as her narrative manner, soaked me once again into her story. Mesmerized, I kept wondering what would happen next.
The story is well crafted and well written as is the entire trilogy.
This substantiates my belief that an excellent well-crafted story gives you the desire to read more of an author’s works. So, I sincerely hope, Renèe does not stop with this trilogy but gives us more exciting novels to read in the future.