Title: A Darkness Black (Windsor #6)
Author: Tamsen Schultz
Stars: 5 out of 5
I couldn't put this book down. I have only read book one and now book 6 each are able to stand alone but it also brings characters from earlier books which readers of the series will love no doubt.
The story brings two people who needed one another but refused to see past their own sorrow and pain.
I enjoyed the mystery very Agatha Christie Nine little Indians and many more. I found myself for the first time following the romance than the mystery. It could be because of all the different characters but to the authors credit she was able to keep everyone straights and the readers as well.
The romance takes center stage towards the end of the book and the mystery is tied up in a nice little bow.
I couldn't put the book down because I had to know if the couple was able to get over their past. Lets face it since all of her books tie into a nice little bow this one had me wondering.
I wouldn't call it a roller-coaster but I wouldn't call the story slow either. It had the perfect pace for romance readers to love and mystery readers to enjoy.
I can't wait to go back and read books 2-5.
About The Author:
Tamsen Schultz is the author of several romantic suspense novels and American Kin (a short story published in Line Zero Magazine). In addition to being a writer, she has a background in the field of international conflict resolution, has co-founded a non-profit, and currently works in corporate America. Like most lawyers, she spends a disproportionate amount of time thinking (and writing) about what it might be like to do something else. She lives in Northern California in a house full of males including her husband, two sons, three cats, a dog, and a gender-neutral, but well-stocked, wine rack.