Friday, October 14, 2022

BLOG TOUR - Her Frozen Heart


The girl’s pretty face was relaxed, snowflakes settling on her cheeks as they began to fall over the quiet frozen lake where she’d been found. She could have been sleeping… but her empty eyes and the blooming bruises around her neck told a different story…

Special Agent Nikki Hunt receives a call on Christmas Day, she knows it can’t be good news. Seventeen-year-old missing teenager Kesha Williams has at last been found… her body floating in an icy forest lake, miles from her hometown.

As Nikki rushes to the scene, she’s chilled to see the past repeating itself. Kesha disappeared from the mall where Nikki’s own little girl was targeted the year before. With Kesha’s grieving parents desperate for answers and the media out for blood, Nikki promises she’ll find Kesha’s killer no matter what it takes.

Local police are convinced it was Kesha’s boyfriend, who was spotted disappearing from security cameras that day at the mall, but Nikki isn’t so sure. The dense marshes and unstable ground around the crime scene mean it’s nearly inaccessible from the road. Whoever took Kesha is a local, and this probably isn’t his first kill.

Nikki’s worst fears are confirmed when the team find another grave on the shore – a second teenage girl, her body wound in a brightly coloured beach towel. Suddenly on the hunt for a serial killer, Nikki knows that an early break is the key to solving this case. But as the body count rises, will Nikki be able to find Kesha’s killer… or will he find her first?

An unputdownable thriller that will keep you up all night! Fans of Lisa Regan, Kendra Elliot and Robert Dugoni will absolutely love this gripping read.


Author:  Stacy Green
Series:  Nikki Green #6
Publisher:  Bookouture 
Genre:   Mystery & Thrillers 
Format:  Kindle ARC
No. of Pages:   253
Date of Publication:   October 13, 2022
My Rating:   5 Stars

Some men are ice fishing and they caught something completely unexpected. Sadly, it was the body of seventeen-year-old teenage Kesha Williams. There goes FBI Special Agent Nikki Hunt's Christmas. This case brings back painful memories to Nikki. As it turns out the teenager had been snatched from a local mall, a mall where Nikki's own daughter had been a target just a year ago. Not only are the parents and media raising awareness of the girl's death, they want to make sure that the case is not dropped or buried. They feel like because Kesha was black, that the case could be buried. Nikki assures everyone involved that Kesha's case will get the attention it deserves.

When the body of another girl is found, Nikki is certain that this is a case involving a serial killer, and is sure that other bodies will be turned up. In fact, evidence soon proves that this serial killer has been around for a long time. Hoping to connect the dots as quickly as possible, especially has her fears are confirmed, there are indeed more bodies, Nikki and her team turn over every stone that they can.

While this sixth book in the Nikki Hunt series could be read as a standalone, there is a lot about Nikki's past that lovers of continuity will not want to miss, so I suggest reading this series in order. This latest installment has excellent pacing, a few surprising twists and turns, a villain that I did not guess, and a riveting conclusion. Stacy Green has definitely hit it out of the park with the brilliantly written and executed Her Frozen Heart

Many thanks to Bookouture and to NetGalley for this ARC for review. This is my honest opinion.

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Stacy Green is a USA Today best-selling author of more than a dozen mysteries and thrillers. Her books include the award-winning Lucy Kendall series, the Cage Foster series, and the USA Today best-selling Nikki Hunt series. Stacy has bachelor’s degrees in Journalism/Mass Communication and Sociology from Drake University. She’s a member of Sisters in Crime, International Thriller Writers, and Mystery Writers of America.

Stacy lives in Iowa with her husband, daughter, and fur babies. 

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