Book Description: No sooner has Alexis Stone been sworn in as the interim sheriff for Russell County, Tennessee, when a serial killer dubbed the Queen's Gambit Killer strikes again--this time in her hometown. Pearl Springs is just supposed to be a temporary stop along the way to Alex's real dream: becoming the first female police chief of Chattanooga. But the killer's calling card--a white pawn and a note with a chess move printed on it--cannot be ignored.
Pearl Springs chief of police Nathan Landry can't believe that his high school sweetheart Alexis (he refuses to call her Alex) is back in town, and he can't help wanting to protect the woman he never stopped loving. But as the danger mounts and the killer closes in, can Nathan come through on the promises he makes to himself to bring a killer to justice before it's too late.
My Thoughts: This is truly a heart stopping read! And the action takes off from page one!
Such an interesting story. All about a serial killer with a white pawn. A white pawn and a chess move.
Alexis Stone is excited to be the first female chief of police in Chattanooga. But on her way to Chattanooga she stops in her hometown Pearl Springs...oopsie that's where the Queen's Gambit decides to strike.
And then Nathan Landry her high school sweetheart who just happens to be the chief of police in Pear Springs wants to protect Alexis. However, Alexis feels that she is more than capable of protecting herself.
Lots of suspense and some romance. The most interesting suspenseful story about a white pawn.
This is one story that will grab your attention from the very first page.
Loved, loved this story!
*This book was provided for review by Revell*