Review of “Deadly Deceit” by Natalie Walters

This is the second book in the Harbored Secrets series. First and foremost I will say that even though it is the second book in the series you can still read it even if you haven’t read the first one, “Living Lies”. However, it is that much better if you have read the first one. In this book, two of the minor characters, Vivian and Ryan, from the first one become the two major characters. You do get to find out more of the two original main characters, Lane and Charlie, story though which I appreciated because I usually end a book wanting to know more of what happened to the people. In the beginning of the book, Vivian’s boss is murdered. You would think that is the biggest mystery that you will encounter but it turns out there is even more going on than just one man’s murder. There is a person called The Watcher who is making things interesting for everyone. Is he also the person who murdered Vivian’s boss??? I guess you’ll have to read it to find out. Natalie does a great job developing the story and characters. You won’t regret reading this novel. You’ll be on the edge of your seat til the very end.

Review of “Collision of Lies” by Tom Threadgill

Are you an on-the-edge of your seat suspense book reader? Do you like figuring out a puzzle/mystery? If you answered yes to these two questions, then this book is exactly what you are looking to get. Tom Threadgill does a great job with building the intrigue of the mystery involving the accident that occurred three years prior. Little by little things come to light about the facts of the accident that were not correct. Some of these things you can determine before you find them out. Some things you have an idea but are not 100% sure about. And others you are just blown away because you didn’t see it coming. I would recommend this book to anyone who likes Lynette Eason or Janice Cantore.

Disclaimer: I received a free copy of this book in order to give an honest review.

Review of “The Land Beneath Us” by Sarah Sundin

I hate to say this is my first book by Sarah Sundin because she has several other books out already including the two that are in the same series as this one. “The Land Beneath Us” is the third one in the Sunrise at Normandy series. I was really excited to read this book because I knew it was based during World War II. I am fan of reading books set during this war because I find them so interesting. The beginning of this book is set at a military base in the United States as opposed to over in Europe where the war took place. There are two main characters. They are Leah and Clay. Clay has a recurring dream which he believes is a vision of his future. He has told his parents about it but they think he has lost it. Even if the author hadn’t mentioned this situation being similar to Joseph from the Bible, I still would have compared the two. Leah is sadly an orphan who comes to the base to work at the library and that’s where she first meets Clay. Both of these people have gone through so much in their lives. You find yourself almost praying for these fictional characters as if they were real. The author did such a good job bringing their stories to life and so well bringing these two together. Clay and Leah become husband and wife for reasons other than being in love, but will they come to love each other in-spite of how they got together? Will Clay’s dream of dying come true? Clay wants his dream to come true at first, but will he fall for Leah and change his mind? So many questions and only one way to find them out. You won’t regret reading this book

Disclaimer: I received a free copy of this book in order to give an honest review.