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The Marriage Trap by Sheryl Browne #Review @bookouture

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Married for twelve years, Karla and Jason have two children. Life is mostly good. They have a few problems, but they can work it out. That’s what Karla thought, at least, before Jason abruptly announces he is leaving her for another woman. But Karla knows something Jason doesn’t… and he had no idea what’s about to happen.

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The Family at Number 13 by S.D. Monaghan #Review @bookouture

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Connor thinks St. Catherine’s Hill will be an ideal place to live and run his therapy practice, and he’s eager to become part of the neighborhood. Unbeknownst to him, his new neighbors are already antagonistic towards him. One is a former client with an axe to grind. The other is a woman named Mary whose family life is made difficult by her troubled nephew and indifferent husband. All of them have secrets, but one leads to tragedy.

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Between the Lies by Michelle Adams #Review @madamswriter @StMartinsPress

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A car accident left Chloe badly injured, and when she awakens from a coma a month later, she can’t remember anything about her life or the accident. Despite her family telling her they want to help her remember her life, Chloe can’t shake the feeling that she’s being lied to… but why? Continue reading “Between the Lies by Michelle Adams #Review @madamswriter @StMartinsPress”

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It’s Monday! What Are You Reading? #IMWAYR

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It’s Monday! What Are You Reading? is a weekly meme hosted by Kathryn at The Book Date to share what you recently finished reading, what you’re currently reading, and what you plan on reading next.

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Closer by K.L. Slater #Review @KimLSlater @bookouture

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Ending a marriage is never easy when you have a child. It’s especially difficult for Emma Barton because her soon-to-be ex-husband Shaun is seeing another woman, Joanne Dent—who is not only Emma’s boss, but also the mother of a girl that Emma’s daughter strongly dislikes. Adjusting to her parents split is difficult for Maisie, but Emma begins to see signs that something more is going on with her little girl… something she refuses to talk about. As Maisie withdraws from everyone and everything she loves, Emma is convinced it has everything to do with Joanne and her obnoxious daughter Piper—and she has to prove it before something terrible happens to her little girl.

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Open Your Eyes by Paula Daly #Review @pauladalyauthor @groveatlantic

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Jane Campbell’s perfect life is turned upside down when her husband is viciously attacked in front of their young children. With her husband in a coma, the responsibility of caring for the family (and everything else) falls on Jane. She is terrified the attacker might come after her and the children, but she needs to find out who hurt her husband, and why. As she searches for answers, Jane comes to realize her life wasn’t as perfect as she thought…

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Silent Victim by Caroline Mitchell #Review @Caroline_writes @AmazonPub

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Emma and her husband, Alex, live in her family home on Mersea Island with their young son. Alex hates the seclusion and is overjoyed when a promotion at work offers the opportunity to move to the city, but Emma is sick with worry over leaving because she killed a man years ago—her former teacher, Luke—and buried him on the property. Determined to move the body, she is confronted with an empty grave instead. She confesses the sordid tale to her husband, which leads Alex to discovering shocking things about his wife… but the worst is yet to come.

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