Deadly Offerings (Deadly Series Book 1)

Deadly Offerings (Deadly Series Book 1)

Deadly Offerings (Deadly Series Book 1)

From USA TODAY bestselling author Alexa Grace, Deadly Offerings is a novel with pulsing passion and razor-sharp suspense. It is the first adventure in this sizzling suspense series.

Anne Mason thinks she’ll be safe living in the Midwest building a wind farm. She may be dead wrong. Someone is dumping bodies in her corn field and telling Anne they are gifts—for her!

As the body count rises, Anne realizes a cold-blooded serial killer is patiently waiting and watch

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3 thoughts on “Deadly Offerings (Deadly Series Book 1)

  1. junebug01
    104 of 115 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    You Can’t Put This One Down, January 7, 2012
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    This review is from: Deadly Offerings (Deadly Series Book 1) (Kindle Edition)
    This book is a lot of fun. It’s suspeseful, action-packed and keeps you guessing throughout the book. There’s never a dull moment. This book is one you will want to read in one sitting because you just can’t wait to see what happens next. I’m really looking forward to finding out what happens between Lane and Frankie in the next novel, “Deadly Delivery.”

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  2. Awesome Boy's Mom
    154 of 173 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Sucks, August 24, 2012
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    I was excited to read this one because I hadn’t tried the author yet and it had consistently high review scores. Because it did, I had to write a review and warn off others.

    Maybe it was the translation to eBook, but I found the writing style so sloppy that it distracted from the storyline. There were numerous points of view, which is ok in moderation. I like reading a scene from the heroine’s point of view and then the hero’s. But it switched randomly from first person to third person, one character to the next then to an unseen impartial viewer; confusing and weird. Also, the author was none too creative when it came to the love scenes. If I had to read about a “sensuous light” passing between the two main characters one more time, I was going to throw up. I can’t even figure out what that means.

    The author has a gift for description in places, but her characters are a little nutty. If I were Anne, and this guy saved me outside a bar but then shows up at a gas station where I happened to be the next night, and the new next door neighbor shortly after I moved, etc., I would think he was the stalker. In fact, part of me kept anticpating that would happen, and maybe save the story. Nope, Anne was fine with it. I also thought it was goofy that they saw each other, were very attracted but walked away for their own reasons, but then for a few times after that they didn’t recognize each other right away. What? I usually recognize someone after I meet them once. I might not be able to place them exactly, but I put on a good show that I remember them.

    I actually put this one down for a couple weeks and then picked it back up because I was on a road trip and didn’t have anything else downloaded.

    Sloppy writing, flat unrealistic characters. Save your time.

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  3. GoldenGirl
    131 of 147 people found the following review helpful
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    fast paced and sexy, January 12, 2012
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    This review is from: Deadly Offerings (Deadly Series Book 1) (Kindle Edition)
    Deadly offerings captured my interest from the opening dialogue and held it until the final suspenseful ending…I hated to put it down–not only was the story line fast paced and thought provoking, the characters were hot, yet believable. The author used just the right amount of humor and wit to keep the book entertaining. I am looking forward to her next “deadly” novel.

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