Stone book cover, typewriter and latte with hearts

For fans of suspense, action and the Metcalf family

Stone by Ronie Kendig gives readers more Metcalfes. The story centers around Stone Metcalfe, who left his governor’s office amidst a scandal. Hiding out in his mountain resort he runs, he relishes in his anonymity. Until the one woman who took him down shows up at the resort needing his help.

This action-packed story gives readers an intense but heartwarming read. Despite the danger, Stone has to come to terms with protecting his heart or helping Brighton Buchanan stay alive. She’s mixed up and has been the victim of some very bad men, and Stone has to see past his hatred (or is that love?) for Brighton. Looks aren’t always what they seem, and Stone and Brighton have to fight to overcome past hurts right alongside the very real present danger.

I love seeing the Metcalfes come together for their own feature story. Ronie’s fans may remember Canyon Metcalfe from Wolfsbane, or Leif Metcalfe from the Book of Wars series. There are plenty of other Metcalfes in the family – and readers get to meet Stone’s sisters, Willow and Brooke. Canyon might even make a guest appearance!

If you’ve read any of Ronie’s stories, Stone brings everything you’d expect – intriguing characters, danger, intensity, drama, all mixed with emotional tension. I highly recommend stone to fans of romantic suspense.

Overall Rating:
5 stars (I loved it, couldn’t put it down)

Suspense Rating:
5 stars (Non-stop edge-of-your-seat suspense from start to finish)

I received an ebook review copy of this book. All opinions expressed in this review are my own.

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