"In No Place to Die, Jaden Skye creates a set of characters that are very well developed and makes you cheer for our heroine every moment. The environment and the overall description of scenes are superb, making you feel the suspense in the air the whole time. Jaden Skye is a natural storyteller and the plot is intelligent and intense, developing at a nice pace. The audiobook was well edited and is an easy read...I can hardly wait to put my hands on the second volume of this series….I recommend this book to the permanent library of all readers that enjoy a well-written suspense/romance.” (Books and Movie Reviews (Roberto Mattos))
No Place to Die is #1 in a new romantic suspense series by #1 bestselling author Jaden Skye!
Olivia and Todd, madly in love, fly down to Key West when Todd offers to take her on a surprise trip for a magical weekend. Though they have only been dating five months, Olivia can’t help but wonder if Todd is preparing to pop the big question along the beautiful shores.
Yet Olivia’s paradise quickly turns to hell when Todd dies right before her eyes, in a tragic accident.
Or was it?
Olivia sinks further into the abyss as the police wonder if she did it, and finds herself backed into a corner, having to prove her innocence while finding out if Todd was truly murdered. Yet as she searches, entering the underbelly of Key West, forced to deal with unsavory locals and with Todd’s difficult and grieving family, she discovers things about Todd that she wished she never knew—discoveries that make her realize that she never really knew the man she loved at all.
No Place to Die is book #1 in an explosive new romantic suspense series filled with love, tragedy, heartbreak, betrayal and suspense, one that you will keep you listening late into the night. Book #2 will be released soon.
Jaden is also author of the #1 Bestselling series Murder in the Caribbean, which begins with Death By Honeymoon (Book #1), download is available with over 200 five star reviews!
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Good story, bad narration
The storyline was engaging. The narrator’s voice was sweet but her inflection and cadence were horrible.
I hate any book that stops in mid sentence
Loved the murder mystery