Sunday, October 18, 2020

Grave Christmas Secrets by Sharee Stover

 Grave Christmas Secrets by Sharee Stover

About the book

Discovering buried evidence

makes her a target.

At a prehistoric site, forensic anthropologist Taya McGill uncovers a recently buried body days before Christmas—and finds herself in a killer’s sights. Now on the run with undercover ATF agent Keegan Stryker, she must rely on him to guard her as they figure out why someone would kill to keep this murder unsolved. But can they unearth the truth before someone silences them both for good?


Sharee Stover once again brings us another sit on the edge of your seat suspense!
I was all in from the first page!
Made my evening go by too quick and now it is 4 am!
Wow! I didn't realize it was so late but my this book was so good!
I loved leaning new things from Taya McGill. Her occupation fascinated me. Only I could never do that sort of job. That's why I admired Taya and people that are like her in real life too.
For some reason I kept wanting to call her Tanya. I do that sometimes.
Here is a favorite quote from the book and I use it to remind myself when life gets hard or stressful.
"I can do all things through Christ which strengthens me."
Yes we can!
I highly recommend this book. Stover is an excellent storyteller and she can definitely keep you spellbound.
Authors like her has made me fall in love with suspense books! Suspense books are awesome!
I'm very sad when they come to an end. I want more please!
You will be thinking about Keegan and Taya even after the book ends. I know I am.
My thanks for a copy of this book.
I was NOT required to write a positive review. All opinions are my own


Colorado native Sharee Stover lives in Nebraska with her real-life-hero husband, three too-good-to-be-true children, and a ridiculously spoiled dog. A self-proclaimed word nerd, she loves the power of the written word to ignite, transform, and restore. She writes Christian romantic suspense combining heart-racing, nail-biting suspense and the delight of falling in love all in one. She is a member of American Christian Fiction Writers, Sisters in Crime, and Nebraska Writer’s Guild. Sharee is a triple Daphne du Maurier finalist, winner of the 2017 Wisconsin Fabulous Five Silver Quill Award, and her debut, Secret Past, won Best First Book in the 2019 National Excellence in Romance Fiction Awards. When she isn’t writing, Sharee enjoys reading, crocheting and long walks with her obnoxiously lovable German Shepherd. Visit her at

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