Run, Run As Fast As You Can (Emma Frost #3) by Willow Rose

Book Description

November 8, 2013
Simone Beaumont is having a rough day. She is exhausted. Her baby is crying non-stop, she is in a fight with her husband and hasn’t spoken to him since last night. A big part of her want to just leave everything. To run away from it all. To vanish. She is considering it while putting her screaming baby in her car seat when suddenly she meets a man in the parking lot who without asking her makes her wish come true.

Emma Frost has just come home from a trip to Eastern Europe when the body of Simone Beaumont is being found. It turns out she was part of Sophia’s mothers’ group and soon the small group is shaken by yet another disappearance.

RUN, RUN AS FAST AS YOU CAN is a spine-chilling Scandinavian mystery.

Review – 
It turns out that there are several murders in this book and toward the end we find out why. I know I’ve read at least one other book in the Emma Frost Series and really enjoyed it so I knew I’d like this one too. There is a lot of action,mayhem, and murder in this story and who could ask for more?

Three, Four … Better Lock Your Door (Rebekka Franck #2) by Willow Rose

Book Description

November 9, 2013

It was supposed to be a night of fun, pleasure, lust and pain for Susanne Larsen when she agreed to meet with a stranger from a S&M chatroom. She met him for dinner that later led to casual, anonymous sex at the hotel-room at the local inn.

But someone else showed up in the room and suddenly it was no longer a game.

Zeeland Times star-reporter Rebekka Franck and her photographer Sune are covering the case for the news-paper and soon they find themselves deeply involved in a story of terrifying horror and ugly secrets.

Review –

This is a story about lobotomies ,twins, news reporters, a photo journalist, mystery, relationships and friendships. It’s a good read and I recommend this series. So far I’ve only read two, and not in the right order but they are very good.

Itsy Bitsy Spider (Emma Frost Series #1) by Willow Rose

Book Description

Published: November 15, 2013

Emma Frost inherits a house on Fanoe Island when her grandmother dies. She decides to move there with her family, much to her teenage-daughter’s regret. One morning a wealthy old woman in her street is found murdered and soon Emma finds herself wrapped in a mystery uncovering the island’s dark secrets that not only runs deep within the history of the island but also within her own family.

From the author of the International Bestselling books, the Rebekka Franck-series comes a new Scandinavian Mystery destined to keep you up all night. This is the first book in the Emma Frost-series and is followed by Miss Polly had a Dolly.

Review –

Taken from Devoted Mother of 3

“Like any small town, Fanoe has its secrets. Within a short period of time, Emma becomes aware of a murder in the community. Disliked by most, Mrs. Heinrichsen’s murder isn’t mourned. Unusual as it maybe, no one will grieve for her. But, as Emma comes to know her quirky neighbors, she realizes that there’s a whole lot more going on than anyone wants to admit.

While battling her teenage daughter’s angst, her son’s special needs, a secretive father & a chocolate addiction, Emma finds herself drawn to the town’s secrets. When other murders occur, Emma is confident that there’s a serial killer at work. Can she determine who’s behind them or will she end up next?

Emma is a great lead character, very relatable. Her family drama is well played out & she does a fantastic job trying to keep everything in order. A word of caution: there are bits of sensitive subject matter peppered throughout the plot. Sensitive readers may find these a bit too much for their tastes.

Willow Rose did a great job mixing the different storylines together. Some of the pieces could have definitely been left out without damaging the storyline. Her villain/killer’s methods are unique & I enjoyed the back & forth between historical events & present. As the dust settles, many readers will have it figured out long before the last page.”

It is a great action packed, fast paced read and I look forward to reading more by this author.