Friday, June 5, 2015

"Desperate Measure" {a review}

Desperate to find out about the plant her father was killed over, Kate Adams gets in over her head. Tom Parker, a local detective, knows that Kate is hiding something but their past keeps her from sharing with him. As events unfold and her secrets get to be too much, can she tell him all?

I have this thing about starting a series. I like to start with the first book. That said, I did not realize that this was a book in a series when I saw it up for review and I am glad I didn't. I would have looked right past it and onto something else. This book can be read as a part of the series or as a stand alone. I started this book on the way up to Atlanta one Saturday and did not put it down until we got to where we were going. I didn't want to. As a matter of fact, my husband who used to hate talking while driving on trips was getting quite irrated with me because I was reading and not talking to him. The storyline was captivating and had enough twists that even though I suspected the correct person, I didn't expect all the accomplises.

This would be another great book to add to your summer reading list! Fill that beach bag full!

**I received this book in exchange for my review. All opinions are my own.**

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