Review of “Double Take” by Lynette Eason

I really like books by Lynette Eason. I am also a big fan of books that are set in North Carolina. This one takes place in a city in mountains of North Carolina. This novel does not seem like your typical suspense book in that I feel like the criminal is known from the beginning; however, the author does a good job of making you question if you are right about that or not. You will be sitting on the edge of your seat throughout reading this. It definitely lived up to my expectations.

I received a complimentary copy from the publisher. The opinions in this review are my own.

 

Review of “Dangerous Texas Hideout” by Virginia Vaughan

I am a big fan of books by Virginia Vaughan. This is the third book in the Cowboy Protectors series, but the series does not have to be read in order to enjoy this book. The main characters are Caleb Harmon, Penny Jackson and Missy Jackson. This novel had not only the suspense and romance you would expect but also an intriguing puzzle to solve. Missy, Penny’s daughter, has been through some very traumatic events to the point where she has stopped talking. I really enjoyed seeing her interact with Caleb and how that helps her heal some. I definitely recommend this novel.

I received a complimentary copy from the author. The opinions in this review are my own.

Review of “Buried Grave Secrets” by Darlene L. Turner

I really like books by this author and this novel is no exception. There is so much suspense in this book that I do not know where to begin. It has possible mistaken identity, serial killer, an ex-boyfriend with his K-9 and horrible weather. It also seems that part of the main male character’s past is involved. It is a very intriguing puzzle to sort out. I thoroughly enjoyed trying to solve the case before it was told to me.

I received a complimentary copy from the author. The opinions in this review are my own.

Review of “A Country Christmas” by Lisa Carter

I am a big fan of books by Lisa Carter.  I especially love this series because it is set in the North Carolina mountains in a town with the cutest name and tagline.  It takes place in a town called Truelove.  The two main characters are Kelsey Summerfield and Clay McKendry.  They are brought together by their grandparents to help plan their wedding.  I really enjoyed not only the banter between the main characters but I thought that their grandparents were just the sweetest.  They make me really miss my grandparents.  This novel definitely requires a box of tissues.  It will take you through all of the emotions.  I recommend it to anyone!

I received a complimentary copy from the author. The opinions in this review are my own.

Review of “A Family for the Orphans” by Heidi Main

This is the first book I have read by this author. The adult main characters in this book are Walker McCaw and Trisha Campbell. There are also three children in this novel who seem like main characters to me because the story revolves around the adults taking care of them. The children lost their parents four months before. They are three, five and seven years old. They will grab at your heartstrings from the very first chapter. I love that this novel takes place on a horse farm and in a town named Serenity. Add in the grandfatherly man with several cute sounding dogs and you cannot help but fall in love with this plot. I recommend this book to anyone who likes community, family, animals, and a sweet love story.

I received a complimentary copy from the author. The opinions in this review are my own.