Review of “On the Cliffs of Foxglove Manor” by Jaime Jo Wright

This is the second novel I have read by Jaime Jo Wright. Like the other one I read, this book is a split time romantic suspense. I have to say that Jaime Jo Wright does such a great job of drawing the reader into the mystery and intrigue of her books that you have a hard time putting the book down. As with the other book I read, the two time periods within the book are interrelated and clearly marked so you do not get confused. Not only is there a puzzle in each time period but there is also somewhat of a puzzle when trying to figure out the complete relation between the two time periods I think. Slowly as you read, you find out more and more of the puzzle. However, as with any mystery, I like to try to come up with what I think the answer is before it is actually revealed. The intensity of this book is so well written that I find myself feeling anxiety that is felt by several of the characters. To me, it is this intense suspense that makes these books so good.

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