Heart of Ice by Lis Wiehl with April Henry was the first book of the Triple Threat Novels that I have read. The series is about three friends: a TV crime reporter, a lawyer, and an FBI agent. In this book, all three woman come together to try to catch a psychopathic killer, who manipulates people into doing her bidding. However, just because there is a killer to catch doesn’t mean that your personal problems slow down, which the FBI agent, Nicole, finds out.
Since this was my first Triple Threat Novel, my opinion may be a little different. First off, I requested the ebook and noticed some typing errors while reading it. The book itself was very quick and easy to read. If you are looking for a book to unwind, this one is good for that. However, if you are looking for a can’t-put-your-book-down-because-it’s-too-exciting kind of crime book, this may not be the one. For me, the plot was predictable and some explanations were too short. I also didn’t feel that there was enough development of the character’s backgrounds to fully understand each of the character’s motives. With that being said, the book was entertaining but don’t expect this to be a page turner that keeps you up reading all night.
This book was given to me for free by Thomas Nelson Publishing at booksneeze.com.