A Familiar Fear by Kathi Oram Peterson

February 5, 2018 | 1 Comment
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A Familiar Fear by Kathi Oram PetersonA Familiar Fear
Author: Kathi Oram Peterson
Genres: Suspense/Thriller
Format: eBook, Print
Pages: 232
Date: February 1, 2018
Publisher: Covenant

Ex-FBI agent Riley Scott lives each day with the scars of her former career. After the murder of her husband and the recent attempt on her own life by the Russian mafia, her heart is irrevocably broken.

Agate Island seems like the perfect place to begin building a new future for herself and her teenage son, yet even before the ferry docks at their new home, Riley realizes there will be no escape for her. There, on the boat, is mafia boss Maksimillian Petruso—the man who took everything from her. The man she killed.

Matthew Taggart knows who Riley is and understands her reaction to his resemblance to Maksimillian Petruso. But Matthew is nothing like his estranged criminal father. So far, he has been able to hide from that evil world. However, he’s afraid Riley’s appearance on the island may lead his family’s mafia connections to his doorstep. After all, she is the agent who took down his father. Matthew needs to leave town. Fast. Unfortunately, when the family wants to find him, there is nowhere he can hide.

Now he and Riley are thrown together in a dangerous connection, and learning to trust each other is their only hope of survival.


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About Kathi Oram Peterson

Kathi Oram Peterson

Kathi Oram Peterson has loved reading and writing stories since childhood. After raising her family, she put her writing on hold to earn a BA in English and a minor in Sociology. Upon graduation she worked for a curriculum publisher writing and editing concept and biography books for children. Her first novel was published in 2009. She writes young adult and romantic suspense.

One response to “A Familiar Fear by Kathi Oram Peterson

  1. Julie Wood

    First of all, this cover is gorgeous! I loved that part of the book was set in the San Juan Islands in the Pacific Northwest. It definitely had some great plot twists and kept me guessing, but some parts were also a bit unbelievable. Either way, I was definitely entertained. Thanks, Kathi Oram Peterson, for another great novel!

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