I received my Book of The Month September and October subscription box today. I’m over the moon, I can’t wait to read all Five books. I copped two in the Septembers box and three in the Octobers box.
What’s Book of the Month?
The Book of The Month is a monthly book subscription box. Every month, they reveal 5 new-release hardcover books, and subscribers can pick which book they want, or skip any month. (You also can add up to two more books to your box for $9.99 each) use the coupon code BOOKUP on check out and get money off your first order.
Young mother Chelsea Clark leaves the house for a girls’ night out…and vanishes. Her family knows she would never voluntarily leave her two small children. Her desperate husband—also the prime suspect—hires Morgan to find his wife and prove his innocence.
As a single mother, Morgan sympathizes with Chelsea’s family and is determined to find her. She teams up with private investigator Lance Kruger. But the deeper they dig, the deadlier their investigation gets. When Morgan is stalked by a violent predator, everything—and everyone—she holds dear is in grave danger.
Now, Morgan must track down a deranged criminal to protect her own family…but she won’t need to leave home to find him. She’s his next target.
Melinda Leigh takes us on another roller coaster ride into this suspense series where a young mother Chelsea Clarke goes missing and the husband Tim Clarke desperate to find her , hires Sharps PI Firm. Morgan and Lance have formed the dynamic duo after solving the major case in Book 1 which was all over the news.
Morgan and Lance used all their tactic to solve the case while occasionally stepping on the Sheriff’s toes. Lance the with the skills he learnt while on the force and Morgan a former prosecutor was very intuitive. The plot took me by surprise when they thought the case was over they had found Chelsea but Morgan still knew that something was an amiss the killer was now hunting her. They came up with a plan which was pretty dangerous but managed not only to solve the kidnapping of the young mother but other missing persons from the town. I loved how the writer maintained the suspense and built on the budding romance that was developing between Lance and Morgan who finally shared their feelings for ea other. I look forward to seeing where their relationship is going and for them solving more mysteries in their little hometown.
I gave this book 5️⃣ ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ it has maintained my interest and I am very curious to see what’s next…grab a copy Say You’re Sorry-Melinda Leigh or sign up for Unlimited Kindle as a Prime Day Deal. 3 months free pay in January 2021 $9.99 just search Amazon and follow the instructions.
After the devastating loss of her husband in Iraq, Morgan Dane returns to Scarlet Falls, seeking the comfort of her hometown. Now, surrounded by family, she’s finally found peace and a promising career opportunity—until her babysitter is killed and her neighbor asks her to defend his son, Nick, who stands accused of the murder.
Tessa was the ultimate girl next door, and the community is outraged by her death. But Morgan has known Nick for years and can’t believe he’s guilty, despite the damning evidence stacked against him. She asks her friend Lance Kruger, an ex-cop turned private eye, for help. Taking on the town, the police, and a zealous DA, Morgan and Lance plunge into the investigation, determined to find the real killer. But as they uncover secrets that rock the community, they become targets for the madman hiding in plain sight.
This book was nothing short of amazing. I was thoroughly engulfed in ever page. I wanted more; I got more. I was there with the characters I felt their emotions as they solved the mysteries in the town. The characters Morgan and Lance we’re my favorites honorable mention was her daughter, 3 yr old Sophie.
Morgan had lost her husband, father of her three kids. She was now living back home with her grandfather in Scarlett Falls. She restled with the idea that she was still grieving her husband and wanting to go on with her life being a good mom to her kids. She was a good prosecutor and felt after two years it was time to pick up the pieces.
Things took a turn when her next-door neighbor was accused of murdering her babysitter – Tessa. Morgan was not convinced that he could have done something like that seeing that Nick sometimes babysat her daughters and played chess with her grandfather. Nick father strapped for cash didn’t know what he was going to do he knew his son was innocent. Morgan decided to represent Nick, yea a prosecutor now a defense attorney.
She reaches out to her old friend Lance to try and solve the mystery that also caused a divide in the community. Her neighbors felt she was a traitor representing a would be rapist and murder. They did such a good job not just solving that crime but all the other town secrets. They made a dynamic duo, I loved their storyline and the budding romance that eventually developed. I won’t say much but I was swooning away at #MORLAN 😊. I don’t like romance novels but the little I got I appreciated. It’s a good read and I look forward to reading the other books in the series.
Laura and Daniel planned a vacation around Europe just before settling down. They meet an interesting couple along the way with whom they shared experiences. Things happened on their vacation that caused them to return home immediately; both promising each other not to repeat what happened .
Their relationship eventually suffered and things started occurring that further pushed them apart. Daniel thinks the only way to deal with all the spooky things that are happening around them is to reveal all. All is fair in this riveting story of Love, Secrets ,Death, Friendship, Betrayal and new beginnings in this psychological thriller.
Things started out slowly in the beginning but got interesting as the story developed you won’t want to put it down. I got angry, scared , felt shock as I didn’t know what was going to happen next. The end left me calling Laura a b*tch I just can’t believe how all that escalated. I never saw it coming.
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