From nationally bestselling and award-winning romantic suspense author, Ann Voss Peterson, comes the first in a series of ten standalone novels exploring the world surrounding her popular character Police Chief Val Ryker (Pushed Too Far, Burned Too Hot, Dead Too Soon).
A Prison Wedding
Psychology professor Risa Madsen was too late to stop her little sister from marrying incarcerated serial killer Ed Dryden. But it wasn’t until he escaped, and took sister Nikki with him, that the horror really began…
A Promise Broken
Years ago, FBI profiler Trent Burnell gave up a life with Risa to focus on stopping psychopaths. Now a killer Trent helped convict is stalking Risa and terrorizing her sister, and it’s up to Trent to take him out. But he can’t do it alone...
A young woman searching for love.
A sister hoping for a second chance.
A FBI agent who’s seen it all before.
A sadistic killer bent on revenge.
LETHAL by Ann Voss Peterson
Love, sex, revenge, murder... welcome to Lake Loyal, Wisconsin.
A Child Witness
When Assistant District Attorney Dillon Hale’s eyewitness to a murder is killed right before trial, he has no choice but to let a killer go free… until he learns the man’s young daughter saw the whole thing.
A Frightened Mom
Jenna Schettler will do anything to protect her daughter from the same fate her ex-husband suffered. That includes keeping her eyewitness testimony secret. When Dillon discovers the killers are after the little girl, he vows to save daughter and mother… even if it means losing his heart to them.
A No-Nonsense Cop
Police detective Val Ryker (Pushed Too Far, Burned Too Hot, Dead Too Soon) recently moved to small town Wisconsin to escape the stress of Chicago. But instead of peace, Val discovers chauvinism, corruption, and a little girl marked for murder. It’s up to Val to find answers, before it’s too late…
A child who saw the unthinkable.
A lawyer determined to uncover the truth.
A mother who will stop at nothing to save her daughter.
A cop who holds the key to it all.
WITNESS by Ann Voss Peterson
Sometimes one hero isn’t enough…