Help Me Kill My Husband is a fast-paced original story. I did not want to put this book down. Dale is the husband referred to in the title. This guy is quite a character. Dani is Dale’s wife. The reader witnesses the story through Dani.
Dani’s fault is she fell in love with Dale. It turns out a lot of women fall in love with Dale. Dale takes full advantage of this. He is manipulative to an insane degree. Dani slowly discovers everything. Help Me Kill My Husband is a quick, easy read. I enjoyed this book and will be reading other books by this author.
The main character Lacey James is a police officer for Sweet Home, Oregon. She and her husband are at a New Year’s Eve party.
Audrey is visiting her hometown of Sweet Home, Oregon, and heading to meet friends at the same New Years’ Eve party. That was the plan at least.
New Years Eve in a snowstorm on a mountain in Oregon is the setting. This is a fast paced suspenseful story. Audrey never makes it to the party. Where is Audrey? A lot of action and plot twist brings these three characters together
Save Her is a great book. I did not want to put this book down. A four hour quick and easy read.
I would like to thank the author for giving me an advanced copy of Save Her. It’s the first Chris Patchel book I’ve ever read. I love this book and will be reading many more of her books. I’ll be reading Find Her Book 1 of the Lacey James mysteries next. This is my honest review of Save Her.
Her Final Mistake is a fast-paced, suspenseful story. The main character, Meg, tells the story in two parts. As a girl and then as an adult. Before and after a traumatic tragedy. Her Final Mistake is an exciting approach. The character before and after. Meg is a well-defined character because of what she’s been through.
Meg’s friend was murdered. The circumstances around the murder aren’t clear to Meg. Something is wrong. She’s not safe. Many twists and turns which I never saw coming make this a page-turner. The second book will be out soon. I look forward to continuing with Meg’s story.
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A Bride for Richard takes the reader back to the days of horse-drawn carriages. This book is written in such detail, it’s easy to become immersed in days long gone. A number of plots spring up simultaneously which are somehow related.
Richard is a sheriff in need of a bride. Having exhausted his options locally he turns to a mail order bride. Set during the Civil War numerous family stories are intertwined. Lyndia, Richard’s mail order bride, comes with some baggage. Her story is is a sad and scary one. I enjoyed this book.