In Out of Hiding by Rachel Dylan, Sadie Lane has spent 20 years hiding her true identity in the Witness Protection Program since she saw her parents murdered at the tender age of 8. However, she has never given up the opportunity for revenge. Now she has encountered the man who killed her parents and she is given the opportunity in her job as a private detective to execute that revenge. Enter Kip Moore, an FBI agent, who also hopes to bring this same man to justice but for different reasons.
The story takes you on a roller coaster ride of near death situations and ultimately a kidnapping that has you on the edge of your seat. I enjoyed the evolution of emotions between Sadie and Kip and often sympathized with their struggle not to fall in love because of their past experiences.
I enjoyed The Lie by Ashley Fontainne although I am not typically a paranormal fan. The author makes her characters very real and from her opening to the closing I was intrigued by where the story was taking me.
Karmen is a very likable and believable character and she takes the reader along with her on the journey to discovering whether her writing is truly hers or the result of something evil at work. I must say that usually I am pretty good at figuring out the mystery side of a story and I am not surprised by the ending. However, this book took me completely by surprise in terms of the twists and turns and I enjoyed the ride.
Wow. I haven’t read anything like Tales from a Spacious Place before. It is a collection of short stories that are convicting yet so motivating and inspirational.
I had the pleasure of reading and reviewing No Way Out by Susan Sleeman over at Fresh Fiction. If you like clean, romantic suspense I recommend this one!
I had the pleasure of reviewing Prime Suspect over at Fresh Fiction! I recommend it to anyone looking for an inspirational romantic suspense book!