Phoenix (Steele Shadows Rising, #1)

Rating: 3 out of 5.

Once I finished the Steele Shadows Cabin series I really wanted to read Phoenix’s story! It had a really good storyline, even unpredictable at times. I really loved Rose, she was a perfect match for Feen. My only disappointment was I wanted to hear more about the couples that were created in previous books as usually these characters pop up again in these types of series. My other gripe is that the author didn’t re-iterate how Phoenix was shot.

GoodReads Synopsis: A man who cheated death. A woman hired to pick up the broken pieces. And an obsession strong enough to kill for.
They told him he’d been given a second chance at life. Told him to count his lucky stars, to stop and smell the roses. Kind of hard to do when your body is bound by chains and cuffs. That’s what it felt like, anyway, when Phoenix Steele woke up from his coma to a life full of restrictions. Once known around town as the fearless, indomitable heir to the Steele fortune, the former Marine was suddenly labeled unstable, short-tempered, and loose cannon. Unwilling to accept his issues, Phoenix instantly clashes with his assertive therapist—the town’s most eligible bachelorette.

No one knew overcoming the odds like Dr. Rose Floris. Determined not to be a statistic, Rose lived her life under carefully constructed routines—until a gruesome murder and a series of mysterious events reveal she’s become the center of a madman’s obsession. Suddenly, Rose’s world is turned upside down and she finds herself under the watchful eye of her new patient, a broken man she’s been warned not to trust.

As the tables begin to turn on their client-patient relationship, Phoenix realizes he must battle his own demons before he can save anyone, including the woman who’s become his own obsession…

An obsession he’d kill for

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