Saturday, October 6, 2018

Review: A secret To Die For by Lisa Harris

In my mind there isn't much better than sitting down on a rainy afternoon or lazy weekend and reading a book.  A Secret to Die For is just the book for one of those afternoon! I will admit that a good romance is usually my first choice, but Lisa Harris writes great suspense novels that include romance and mystery.  

In A Secret to Die For Grade is adjusting her life to the death of her young daughter and the break up of her marriage due to the loss of their daughter. On the anniversary of her daughter's death she's woken up to the sounds of someone breaking in her home. Trying to decide if this is a fight or flight scenario she decides it's a flight and manages to barely escape before the intruder enters her room. She manages to hide until help arrives. Later that morning she has a reunion with an old friend of her husband's.  He's working a homicide case and they are lead to her for help.  Grace knew her client was worried, but she never really thought anything would happen to him.  As she tried to help the police she is drawn even more deeper into the case.  As they try to decipher the cryptic messages that Stephen left Grace and Detective Nate have their own personal demons to wrestle. She's struggling with thoughts of her daughter and her grief for not having done more for Stephen and Nate is struggling with PTSD from a recent bombing that killed his partner.  As Grace tries to help Nate with his PTSD he's rushing to solve the case of who killed Stephen and why before Grace is put into harms way again.  

I really enjoyed this book. It was an easy read, but one that kept me interested the entire time.  I have read quite a few of her books and I've never been disappointed! To keep up with what she's currently working on follow her Blog, her Facebook page, her Twitter page or her Pinterest page.  

**I received a free copy of this book from Revell for my honest opinion.**

1 comment:

  1. This sounds like a book that would have you on the edge of your seat the whole time! Thanks for sharing.


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