Release Blitz + 5 Star Review: The Watcher by Bella Jewel

The Watcher

By Bella Jewel

Genre: Romantic Suspense

Buy: Amazon / B & N / ITunes / Kobo

Synopsis

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

NOW YOU SEE HER . . .
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…

NOW SHE’S GONE.
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?

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Michel’s Review

Once again Bella Jewel has stunned me and held me captive with her latest romantic suspense novel.  The Watcher had me on the edge of my seat.  It kept me guessing as the danger elevated one frightening moment at a time.

Marlie Jacobson was the only victim to survive the serial killer known as The Watcher.  Her mother exploited her frightful experience and made her a victim in another way.  For the past seven years she has tried very hard to overcome the nightmares and fear.  She is always looking over her shoulder.  She won’t ever let her guard down again.  As for her mother, she has left her behind in her ill gotten mansion, and moved to a remote town in the mountains.  She works as a waitress in a small diner and lives a life of solitude.  She’s finally made peace with her life and accepts the burdens she has to carry.  The Watcher is dead and that experience is behind her.  Or so she thought.  When her younger sister comes up missing she knows the Watcher is back.  Her instincts are screaming at her but no one is taking her seriously.

When Marlie hires Kenai Michelson to help her find her sister she knows she’s hit another road block.  Rather than believing her, Kenai has his own opinions and they are not good.  When the reality of the situation becomes quite clear and Marlie is in danger, he’s finally fully on board.

They thought the Watcher was dead.  Has he resurrected or is there a copycat killer on the loose? He has come back to finish off Marlie Jacobson? Will she be a victim or once again escape his grasp?

Read the book!  It will give you chills and have you on the edge of your seat.  Bella Jewel has created a bone chilling story that will have you looking over your shoulder.

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Author Bio

Bella Jewel is a self published, USA
Today bestselling author. She’s been publishing since 2013. Her first release
was a contemporary romance, Hell’s Knights which topped the charts upon
release. Since that time, she has published over five novels, gaining a
bestseller status on numerous platforms. She lives in North Queensland and is
currently studying editing and proofreading to further expand her career. Bella
has been writing since she was just shy of fifteen years old. In Summer 2013
she was offered an ebook deal through Montlake Romance for her bestselling
modern day pirate series, Enslaved By The Ocean. She plans to expand her
writing career, planning many new releases for the future.

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