Book Review: Wild Night Is Calling By J.A. Konrath and Ann Voss Peterson

Wisconsin. Summer. Late at night.

Two teenage girls are picked up by two boys, who invite them back to their place to party.

But an innocent mistake turns the party into a nightmare, where nothing is what it seems…

Wild Night Is Calling is a 6000 word short story by thriller writer J.A. Konrath (Shaken, Trapped) and romantic suspense writer Ann Voss Peterson (A Cop in Her Stocking, Seized By The Sheik).

Peterson wrote the first half. Konrath wrote the second half.

This ebook, specially formatted  with an active table of contents, also contains an excerpt from Konrath and Peterson’s collaborative spy thriller, FLEE.

Together they also wrote EXPOSED, BABE ON BOARD, and SPREE.


I loved this 2 part book; it was a short story. Hannah and Caitlin decided to ride with Joshua and Zach. It gave me chills when Caitlin and Zach got separated from the other two, and she thought of the ways Zach could be hurting her friend. The scariest things are the ones that can happen in real life. And four drunk people, especially of opposite sexes, can definitely end badly. My favorite line: If Zach hadn’t seemed as surprised as she was by Josh’s sudden exit, she would have to wonder if splitting up was their strategy all along.

The ending provided a very cool twist. Then when you think things can’t get any more crazy, BAM, another cool twist. I definitely shivered after reading this–in a good way.

I RECOMMEND this book to read.

Keep smiling,

Yawatta Hosby

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