Title: Hearts of Midnight
Author: Kimberly Zant
Rating: Three And A Half Siren Stones
ISBN E-Book: 978-1-30394-425-0
Publisher: New Concepts Publishing
Reviewer: Rebecca Eastman
Fate does a double whammy on Amy, pitching her first into the path of a serial killer, and then into the hands of Kyle Whitehorse. Kyle rescues her, but he suspects she's one of the agents pursuing him and his brand of interrogation ignites a conflagration that threatens to consume both of them.
Hearts of Midnight is action-packed in the first half of the book; the plot was well laid out with unpredicted means of detaining Amy, the heroine of the story.
I would have liked more elaboration of the male character, Kyle. The embellishment of him might have built the romance between Kylie and Amy a great deal more, since parts the story falls flat on the building emotional-bond between the two characters.
The cover is mysterious; the illusion of a female face can be detected, adding to the enticement of reading the story.
This is the second story by Ms. Zant I have read, and believe I will continue to seek her writing out because of the unpredictable of the plots of her stories.