The Watcher (Mass Market)

By Bella Jewel

St. Martin's Paperbacks, 9781250108388, 320pp.

Publication Date: May 30, 2017

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The Watcher is a sexy, pulse-pounding romantic suspense from USA Today bestselling author Bella Jewel!

Seven years ago, Marlie Jacobson was kidnapped by a serial killer—and lived to tell about it. But it was actually her mother who told the story, in a bestselling book that made Marlie famous. Today, she’s known as the girl who slayed a killer. The one who got away. Now, there’s just one thing Marlie wants to get away from: her past. But when her little sister disappears, her worst fears come rushing back—with a vengeance…

Kenai Michelson is a world-renowned investigator. Dark, brooding, and dangerously good-looking, he’s the kind of man Marlie would normally avoid at all costs. But Kenai is her only hope in finding her missing sister. Together, Kenai and Marlie follow a trail of clues that leads them toward the truth—and into each other’s arms. As her trust in Kenai grows, so does their fierce connection. But will their desire turn deadly as they close in on a ruthless enemy who’s watching their every move?

About the Author

USA Today bestselling author Bella Jewel is a fun-loving Australian who lives in sunny Queensland with her two playful daughters. She’s been writing since she was fifteen and has authored a broad range of stories with wild characters ranging from bikers to pirates. When she’s not writing, Bella can be found kicking about on dirt bikers or riding horses. Bella has many more books planned for the future. She is the author of 72 Hours and The Watcher.

Praise For The Watcher

"The story grabs and holds your attention until the very end. Great for lovers of mystery/suspense genre, as well as those who love some steamy romance to battle against the darkness." — RT Book Reviews

"Bella Jewel knows how to write intense, suspenseful drama that will have you trying to figure out whodunit as clues are dropped. If you like to read suspenseful tales that have you gripping the edge of your seat, then you won't go wrong with The Watcher." — Romance Reviews Today