I See You

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I See You is a very good read. The only problem I had with the book was keeping up with the people and their names. That could very well be my problem.

The book is the second in a series but it can stand alone.

The story of the book is about a woman who’s sister disappeared years ago and her remains have been found lately. Now the woman, who has been stabbed in her bedroom, and her daughter are missing. The husband is the only suspect and a local detective and a FBI agent are on the case and each other.

Did her husband kill her or did her daughter? Maybe it was the murderer of all those other women. You will have to read the book to find out.

I would like to thank Mary Burton, Montlake Romance and Net Galley for this book in exchange for an honest review.





Murder in the First Edition

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Murder in the First Edition by Lauren Elliott is the third book in Beyond the Page Bookstore Mystery series. While the book wasn’t a page turner it was a easy and enjoyable read. Yes, there was a murder but it will not have you hiding under the bed. You get characters who are likable and a murder to solve. All the time you are trying to find out who the murderer is and which man Addie is going to pick.

I would like to thank Lauren Eliott, Kensington Publishing and Net Galley for this book in exchange for an honest review.





The Obsession

The Obsession

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Young Naomi is excited about her upcoming birthday and to see if she’ll get a new bicycle. She wakes up in the middle of the night and sees her father heading into the woods. She thinks he’s hidden her bike in a secret place and is going to put it together to surprise her, so she follows him. Instead, the horrible secret that she uncovers will affect Naomi and her family for the rest of their lives. What she finds is truly horrifying but her actions make Naomi a hero.

Seventeen years have passed and Naomi has a career as a successful photographer. However, she lives her life without putting down roots, traveling frequently and never staying in one place for long. Then she visits Sunrise Cove, Washington, and buys a huge, old, rambling former B&B on a bluff.

Xander is the owner of the local garage and body shop, part owner of the local bar, and the front man of a garage band. Naomi has never allowed herself to become involved in a serious relationship until Xander. He’s handsome, rugged, confident, and patient. Life for Naomi is definitely looking good, she’s making friends, finding love, blending into the community, and even adopts a dog. Then, women start disappearing and it looks like her nightmares may be becoming a reality.

 

 

 

Target for Terror

Target for Terror

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Fed up with being a target for terror, teacher Summer Star Whitfield turns investigator and discovers a chilling obsession.

Summer is a former beauty queen who turned to teaching.  Now she has to choose between foreclosure or a forced marriage to Lance McCoy, a politician who needs an Indian bride to be elected governor.

Clay Silverhawk loves Summer but married his half-brother’s widow in order to provide for his niece.  However, Clay loves Summer. And he happens to be a suspect in the serial killings.