Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Review: Wild Night is Calling by J.A. Konrath, Ann Voss Peterson

This is a fun, fast paced short story thriller.

Book Description

Wisconsin. Summer. Late at night.

Two teenage girls are picked up by two boys, who invite them back to their place to party.

But an innocent mistake turns the party into a nightmare, where nothing is what it seems...

Wild Night Is Calling is a 6000 word short story by thriller writer J.A. Konrath (Shaken, Trapped) and romantic suspense writer Ann Voss Peterson (A Cop in Her Stocking, Seized By The Sheik).

Peterson wrote the first half. Konrath wrote the second half.

This ebook, specially formatted for Kindle with an active table of contents, also contains an excerpt from Konrath and Peterson's collaborative spy thriller, FLEE, coming out this Spring.

The story starts out in typical fashion.  Caitlin and Hannah are out celebrating with plans to have a spontaneous evening.  When two guys invite them to a party, everything seems to be falling into place.

On the way to the party, however... the couples get separated.  Caitlin is alone with a guy who could be dangerous.  Hannah needs to find Caitlin.

This story is fast.  This story is tense.  This story is not typical.

Included with Wild Night is Calling is an excerpt from Konrath and Peterson's upcoming thriller novel Flee.  Check out Konrath's blog for an excellent incentive for purchasing Wild Night is Calling for only 99 cents (a free copy of Flee!).


You can also check out my review of Konrath's Origin.

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