05 September 2019

Fatal Memories | Book Review, Guest Post + Giveaway


She was framed! Or was she?

If only she could remember…

Border patrol agent Jocelyn Walker has no memory of how she turned up unconscious with a cache of drugs—or why a gang is dead set on killing her. With evidence stacking up against her, Joss takes refuge with driven DEA agent Dylan Murphy, who guards—and suspects—her. But will finally trusting each other lead them into a trap they’ll never escape?

Publisher: Love Inspired Suspense
Release Date: September 1, 2019


Drugs, gangs, and lost memories create quite the cloud of confusion around border patrol agent Jocelyn Walker. DEA agent Dylan Walker determines to find the truth. With danger, intrigue, and romance, the story between Joss and Dylan unfolds as they question who and what can truly be trusted.

Tanya Stowe’s Fatal Memories is an action-packed, high-stakes treat. Once I began reading this story, it wouldn’t let me stop. I fell in love with the characters and had to know their ending (so glad it didn’t disappoint!). If any fan of romantic suspense needs a quick, entertaining read, definitely pick up Fatal Memories—I’m sure you’ll enjoy it as much as I did.

I received a complimentary copy of this book and the opportunity to provide an honest review. I was not required to write a positive review, and all the opinions I have expressed are my own.


Tanya Stowe is an author of Christian Fiction with an unexpected edge. She fills her stories with the unusual…mysteries and exotic adventures, even a murder or two. No matter where Tanya takes you…on a trip to foreign lands or a suspenseful journey filled with danger…be prepared for the extraordinary.


Arizona Tidbits

When my father retired, he and my mother sold their home in Southern California, took their RV and traveled the country. Eventually they settled in the Sonoran Desert of southern Arizona. I lived in the Mojave Desert and often asked him why he went to that desert instead of mine. He simply said, “They’re different.”

He was so right. First off, in Arizona you’ll find the distinctive saguaro cactus…you know, the one with the arms reaching up to the sky. You don’t find them in California. In fact, you won’t see a saguaro until you cross the Colorado River border into Arizona. Those friendly human-like cacti are a great welcome visitor to the state.

The Sonoran Desert gets an average of 10 inches of rain a year. The Mojave averages 4. As you can imagine, the variety of plant life is double in the Sonoran. Blooms are everywhere in the spring. In the summer months, storms from the Bay of California sweep up and deluge Arizona with monsoons, torrential downpours that fill the pleats in the barrel cacti and the saguaros. The water sustains them through the long winter months.

Last but not least, an Arizona sky is clear. Visibility goes on for a hundred miles. After a storm, the horizon is full of the most brilliant colors imaginable. Fire red, bright orange and burnt copper. One day when my father came to visit, we had a lovely California sunset tinged with pink. My dad said, “In Arizona, we’d paint that sky orange.” He was right again.

I guess you figured out by now that when my husband retired, we sold our house and hit the road in our own motorhome. We bought a place in Arizona where we could park and watch the storms roll in and the skies catch fire. There are so many intriguing new places to visit and stories to tell about our new state. Fatal Memories is one of them. I hope when you read it, you’ll feel like you’re sitting on my balcony right there with me, watching the sun sink in a ball of flames.



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