Sunday:

I was hoping to get my reviews done today , but my working life is interfering with my blogging life, so please be patient …coming soon😁

Never Let You Go: Chevy Stevens

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I love Chevy Stevens novels. they are sit on the edge of your seat reads. I listened to this on audible on my way to Georgia.
This is the story of Lindsey and her daughter,. Lindsey’s husband is abusive and Lindsey has to flee in the middle of the night to escape from the danger. The beginning of the story is told by Lindsey, so you feel her fear-the raw emotion in her voice. In the latter part of the novel, the story
alternates between Lindsey and her daughter. Lindsey is still in fear of her ex-husband, he is released from prison, things start to happen, someone is in her house, she feels that she’s being followed, she is convinced its her ex-
This novel is full of twist and turns, fear, mystery, family drama, and WOW what an ending. I did not see it coming. You will love it!

If Not For You:

30408332Thanks to NETGALLEY and Debbie Macomber for allowing me to read and give an honest review.
Debbie Macomber’s books always make me feel good. There are many life challenges in her novels, many different characters, there is usually a happy ending.
This is the story of Beth and Sam, two people who could not be more different, you want them to work out, have a happy ending.
Beth’s mother has always controlled every thing in her life, she decides to break away and moves to Portland Oregon where her aunt lives, Sunshine, her mother and aunt have been estranged for several years, this story slowly unravels throughout the novel.
Beth and Sam meet as a blind date, they are not interested in each other and go about their separate ways. However there is a horrible accident on the way home.
There are many ups and downs, but you will be routing for this couple to make it. Rocco and Nicole are back from “A Girls Guild to Moving On” so its like coming home.
There’s family drama, physical challenges, forgiveness, new beginnings, and of course, this novel is full of love.

The Perfect Stranger:

51I7LCRhT6LThanks to NETGALLEY and Megan Miranda for allowing to read and give an honest review. I read “All The Missing Girls ” and loved it! I really enjoy this authors writing.
This is a good suspenseful read-Leah is a journalist in Boston who is on the run from a bad relationship-a restraining order-and a threatened lawsuit. Leah runs into an old friend from college, Emmy, they decide to move away and start over. She gets a job teaching. Emmy works another shift, so they barely see each other.
Things start to happen- a woman is beaten and left for dead, then Emmy disappears and Leah struggles with trying to find her, she meets with the police and begins to work with them to find her.
As Leah begins her search for her friend, she discovers that things are not always what they seem, and people are not always who they appear to be. There are many mysterious surrounding Emmy, but the reporter in Leah will not let it rest. She begins to find Emmy’s deep and dark secrets,
You are drawn into the story from the start-the characters are
multi layered, complicated. These people have messy lives, this is a  suspenseful mystery, well written, unique plot and twist and turns, you will love this novel.