The “You Have to Believe Me” is a fiction, thriller and suspense novel. Sunday Tomassetti is the author of this fiction novel. Tomassetti is the pseudonym of a Wall Street Journal, Washington Post and no. 1 Amazon best-selling author. He wanted an outlet for her passion projects. In “You Have to Believe Me”, the author describes Dove Damiani and her husband. They were beautiful couples after they married, they lived a happier life. They spent more time together.
But after some time, she takes divorced and lives alone with 50% of a paltry savings account and a set of car key. When he goes to work, she used her old way home, where her ex-husband lives with her ex-yoga instructor and ex-dog and some ex-neighbors. After some times, she found her ex-husband’s dead body in the woods behind her home. Police arresting her and asking different types of questions about her ex-husband death. She swears she did not do it and she did not kill anything even the spider in her thirty-four years. It’s up her to prove she is innocent. To know about further of this novel, then read this popular novel. In short, You Have to Believe Me is a fiction, thriller and murder novel.
“Our House” is a crime storybook in which the author tells us the story of a woman named Fiona and the various tragedies in her life which lead her to the crime and she became the criminal at the end of the story. This fantastic fiction filled book is written by Louise Candlish. She is the bestselling author of fiction and has served many years as a university professor. In this book, the author tells us how happy and satisfactory life she was living with her husband, and then life took a turn and everything gets ruined. The book tells us about the diplomacy of the husband of Fiona.
The author tells us that story starts from a house on Trinity Avenue and the house was owned by Fiona and her husband but she was unaware of hidden secrets. This author explains how long she trusted her husband but then she came to know that her husband sold that house and left her alone without any reason with the two children. This fact fell on him like an explosive material and changed her wholly. Now she started hating her husband and she wanted to kill him although she knew that it is a big crime. In summary, the book is full of horror, suspense, and is highly emotional.
“The Welcoming” is a very fast-paced novel. Nora Roberts is the author of this brilliant novel. The Welcoming novel has a great storyline and character development. This romantic novel has all the things needed for a love story to make a lazy summer day just that much more enjoyable. It proves the potential Nora Roberts has shown in all the books she has written. Her plots have grown more complex, her characters more developed. This is an enjoyable beginning.
Love occurs at first sight, which is necessary considering how short the book is. Love is expressed within the time-frame of a single day. Within a week, marriage is proposed. Naturally, the heroine is in some peril, from which the hero must save her. However, in a nod to the author’s future trademark self-reliant heroines, she has a hand in saving herself. As with any Harlequin, love conquers all and there is a happy-ever-after in store for Charity and Roman. In the end, “The Welcoming” is a good plotline, several strong characters, with plenty of romance, makes this book a good read.
“Save Your Breath (Morgan Dane Book 6)” is an interesting suspense and romance book. Melinda Leigh is the author of this impressive book. Save Your Breath by Melinda Leigh is an excellent addition to the Morgan Dane series. The book is well written and well developed. Save Your Breath is a gripping romantic suspense book that will take you on a wild ride. There are tears, laughter, and heart-stopping action. As a usual reader of international police procedural, Melinda Leigh’s Morgan Dane series is a nice change of pace. Morgan is a defence attorney, formerly a prosecutor, working with the PI firm headed by Lincoln Sharp. In this 6th book, she is engaged to Lance, the investigator in the team.
All of these main characters are very likeable, and their relationships grow throughout, making each book interesting, even aside from the mystery aspect. In Save, Your Breath, journalist/crime writer and Lincoln’s new girlfriend, is abducted by a masked man and then taken to an unknown location for unknown reasons. No ransom asked any communication. There are many false starts in determining the cause of her abduction, whether related to her new crime book, perhaps uncovering new information about two convicted murders or something else entirely.
“I Let You Go” is an interesting book for those who enjoy psychological thrillers. Clare Mackintosh is the author of this impressive book. I Let You Go is a very smart, very clever psychological mystery by new British author Clare Mackintosh. This is an extremely impressive debut Book. When five-year-old Jacob is killed in a hit and run accident, Jenna is left struggling to cope with the grief. Packing a few personal items, she boards a bus with no destination in mind. She ends up in a remote coastal town, where she attempts to escape the memory of the car accident that repeats in her head.
Meanwhile back in Jenna’s hometown, Detective Ray Stevens and his team continue to search for the driver to find justice for Jacob and his mother. After hitting countless dead ends, they gather some information that could break the case. But it doesn’t quite add up. It is every mother’s worst nightmare, losing a child and dealing with the heartbreak and grief afterwards. The story is thrilling, dealing with abusive and manipulative relationships.
“Pretty Things” is a story of love, loss, heartbreak, and unbreakable bonds. This novel is written by Janelle Brown. This is a gorgeous story about how life doesn’t always work out the way we want it to, but if we’re willing, we can still make it a great life. It is a good compelling story, engaging and easy to read. This is the perfect holiday novel, you can pick it up and get straight back into the story.
The novel “Pretty Things” is an enjoyable story that moves along at a good pace. It is not too quickly, but at a pace that keeps the reader engaged waiting to discover the outcome. It has a satisfactory ending which is a little predictable but ties up all the loose ends. Some of the male characters are a little too good to be true but that doesn’t spoil any part of the story. The author switches between the two time periods effortlessly and easily which doesn’t always happen in these kinds of books.