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5 stars for Tangled Promises by Award-Winning @LindaTrout2 #romanticsuspense #romance #bookreview
Title: Tangled Promises
Author: Linda Trout
Genre: Romantic Suspense
Widow Melody Rose has already lost one man whose job involved guns and violence. She swore she’d never put herself through that again.
At first Sheriff Jake Bennett wants nothing to do with the taciturn café owner, but Melody intrigues him. When a stalker targets her, he’s determined to protect the woman he has fallen for. But can Melody overcome her greatest fear and save the man she never dreamed would claim her heart?
This is a superb book for this time period. A reader will simply lose themselves and forget the day to day troubles when reading this. The characters of Jake and Melody really carry this book. You can see that despite the roadblocks that exist, there is chemistry there.
The unique use of POV stood out to this reader. The book starts out flowing through excitement in third-person. Then suddenly, the reader is thrust into first-person POV and that of a nut. Unexpected but that could be how you define the plot twists in this suspense-filled readfest.
Not going to give away the ending but it was a satisfying conclusion that I really enjoyed. A fun read that fans of classic romantic suspense will enjoy. Recommended to anyone looking for a nice easy read to take your mind off the crazy world of today.
My Rating: 5 stars
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An Award-Winning and Amazon paid Kindle sales top 25 Bestselling author, Oklahoma native Linda Trout loves Happily-Ever-Afters. When she isn’t helping her husband remodel their home, she’s outside trying to tame a small portion of their ten-acres (a losing battle). Between her numerous cats, who think they have to help her write, and traveling to various parts of the country, she’s working on her next novel.
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