The bodies lost could not be found…
Kandace Callahan disappeared three years ago. Assuming her to be dead, her family buried an empty casket and moved on, but they didn’t give up finding out what had happened to her.
Beneath the lies and snow-clad graves…
On the outside, Kay Oliver is the perfect wife. She wears a gentle smile and never argues. She and her husband Steven are town heroes.
On the inside, Kay is angry and bitter and she doesn’t know why. That is, until an out-of-towner comes in and shows her the truth. She’s the product of an experiment gone wrong and he’s a private detective sent by her family to find her.
Cries the truth of what happened…
When Steven finds out that she knows the truth, he begins a plot to erase her memory and replace it with one that will suit him better. But with so many unknown variables, he can’t be aware of what will happen if he trusts the wrong person.
…at Harrow Haves.
The truth begins a frantic race to stay alive. Will she make it back to her family? Or will they want the woman she has become?
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AWESOME READ! Needs proofread.
Short version -
A great read, impossible to put down. Read within 24 hours. Just needs to be proofread as the mistakes/typos/etc. are a bit more abundant than I'd prefer.
Long version -
Brilliant and consistent with its predecessor, as most characters we were introduced to previously. I feel very attached to the protagonist and desperately curious about how the antagonists turn out - eagerly waiting for more of this group.
Fewer mistakes here than in Book 1 but - still too many. Needs a pass by a proofreader. Though the continuity is much better, flows much better so there's definitely improvement.
Gorgeous, fitting. Matches the theme and the series. Love it.
Perfect. Easy on the eyes.
Plot / Reading experience:
Very fast-paced. Seriously could NOT put it down. I read the physical book because I was fortunate enough to come into a signed copy .. I normally avoid physical books because of the pain level (severe RA). I would put this book down because of the pain in my hands from holding it... and promptly pick it back up. I missed the book... more than I cared about the pain that holding it would cause!
A wild ride. Good continuity - MUCH better than its predecessor. Mysterious at times. Always fun. Dramatic. A 5-star read. The only reason I haven't rated it 5 stars is because of the need for a proofread; professionally it isn't a 5-star package. But truly, truly a 5-star read.
I hope the author will consider a proofread and a reprint so that this book becomes the overall-5-star-book that the story contained in it is.
I also am officially a huge fan of Clark-Kemp and will devour all the words she has written. I am extremely picky and demanding. It's not often an author (or anyone/anything) keeps me this entertained, and it's even less often that I overlook mistakes in a published work long enough to keep reading. I hope the author never stops writing and I whole-heartedly recommend her.
Bottom line : This is a 5star read in a 3/4 star package.