Hannah Cooper just wanted a quiet vacation away from her busy work life in scenic Wyoming. But while she is enjoying her time in the beautiful landscape, she is unaware of the serial killer who has made her his next target. When Hannah survives the first attack, she realizes that it cannot end well until she gets some help. Riley Patterson gets appointed to protect her at all costs. Riley takes the help of the local hard-driving sheriff, who is determined to catch the killer, no matter what it takes.

While Riley tries his best to ensure Hannah’s safety, he gets himself in some of the most difficult situations. He remains a mystery, just like the man who is behind taking the life of Hannah. It is the time to decide whether Hannah and Riley make it out of this problem together or not and whether they are meant to stay together forever.

About the Author


Paula Graves is an American mystery romance writer who writes intriguing murder mysteries and romance novels at Harlequin Intrigue. Paula wrote her first novel at the age of six. She is also a member of Southern Magic Romance Writers and Romance Writers of America. Paula gets her inspiration from the people she meets and tries to portray their characters and stories in her novels in the best way possible.

About Harlequin Intrigue

Harlequin Intrigue is known for publishing some of the best mystery murder and romance novels. Case File is the first novel from the Cooper Justice series. Harlequin is determined to give readers action-packed stories that will always keep them at the edge of their seats. Go on interesting journeys with crime and romance thrillers as Harlequin Releases new books every month to keep their readers occupied.

Overall Review

Overall Review

If you fan romantic suspense novels, then Case File is a treat for your reading compulsion. It is one of the most loved books by Harlequin Intrigue. The story is well written without skipping any plots, which makes it interesting for readers. The suspense may keep you waiting for a long time, but it can get a little obvious for the regular suspense novel readers. The highlight of the book is the love story that Paula Graves did well to portray. The readers complained about the timeline, which may be too fast to understand everything, and the way the killer is portrayed in the book also seems a little inconsistent.

One also cannot deny falling for the romance between the characters that gives it a classic plot that is enjoyable for light-hearted reading. A blend of action, suspense, and romance are what you need if you miss some action in your life. Case File: Canyon Creek is a good read for readers of all ages.