Saturday, September 12, 2015

Into Thin Air

Into Thin Air by Marla Josephs

I had been looking forward to the sequel of Alexander Ranch, and it didn’t disappoint. In fact, I believe Ms Josephs has outdone herself with “Into Thin Air”. I found both novels very easy to read and when I had to leave them, found it extremely easy to pick up the story again.

This second novel in the Alexander Ranch series gets straight into the action, with the first kiss between Lela and Shane, a guy she has been admiring. A returning character Jordan, reappears in her life as Shane is kissing her, setting the scene for plenty of friction, which made me want to keep reading.

The background from the first novel Alexander Ranch is revealed early on, so it doesn’t leave you guessing – you can just get on with the story without trying to figure out what’s going on. There is a lot of suspense with the Alexanders turning to Lela to assist them with a case. Without giving too much away, there are good reasons for Lela to not get involved, but her sense of wanting to do what’s right, has her agreeing.

This case once again puts her in close quarters with Jordan, making it hard for her to decide how she feels about him, especially when Shane is still in the picture.

Strap yourself in for this one, with the twists and turns of the case at times overshadowing Lela’s relationship with Jordan, Shane and the rest of the Alexander clan.

Reviewed by Lorriane Loveit
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