Finders Keepers by K.T.Finch
What if you could change your life with one little lie?
Noah Kendall loves his family, but hates his teaching job. Mortgage, bills and mouths to be fed: he’s stuck in a rut. And with more debts piling up each day, he knows that something has to change.
As he opens yet another red letter, he has to get out and clear his head, despite the heavy Alaskan snow outside. His legs ache as he runs deeper into the forest, until he notices something in the distance – a crashed car, sitting dead still. Inside, a girl sits slumped in the driver’s seat, eyes closed, mouth open, skin grey beneath the winter frost.
And then beside her he sees it: a bag of money. And lots of it. Enough to pay off his debt and start a whole new life. And it’s just sitting there, waiting for him to take it…
What would you do?
Review: Upon reading the blurb for this book I was hooked I needed to know how it all played out. What an exciting read.
It has a great writing style. I like a story that is heard from different characters view points. I think it really adds something to the story telling.
This is a book that has you on the edge of your seat. I Highly recommend especially if you are a fan of James Patterson.
Cross Her Heart by Sarah Pinborough
Promises only last if you trust each other, but what if one of you is hiding something?
A secret no one could ever guess.
Someone is living a lie.
Is it Lisa?
Maybe it’s her daughter, Ava.
Or could it be her best friend, Marilyn?
Review: This is a book that everyone who loves these genre should read.
I found myself racing through this I just had to know what was going to happen next. It makes you stop and think, that you never know what is going on in other people’s lives.
An amazing book. I must read more by this author.
The Woman Before You by Carrie Blake
You never know what secrets people are hiding. And when you find out, it’s more sinister than you could ever have imagined.
Isabel: Beautiful. Talented. Bored.
Mathew: Mysterious. Handsome. Dangerous.
For Isabel Archer, dating is a way to pass the time in her otherwise safe and comfortable life. She casts herself as the Perfect Girl for every man she matches with, playing a different girl with a different back-story every night for months. It’s innocent – one goodnight kiss before swiftly deleting each profile – until she goes too far.
Mathew likes playing games too. Only the games he wants to play are the kind you don’t always walk away from.
As Isabel falls hard for Mathew, his lies bring them closer to their downfall. And she won’t see it coming.
Review: This is an incredible dark tale with a hint of 50 shades about it.
Two very strong characters meet and once they get their claws into you will be hooked until you close the book on the last page. We follow Isabel and Mathew who fall hard for each other but like to play games. Although there a dark moment there is relief in this story to.
It is truly gripping with fascinating characters!