When I finished and the dreaded 100% showed up I was left just wanting the next one. I always feel a little stab of sadness when I read a book that has a compelling premise, but it ends up having a disappointing delivery. One day out at the hardware store Mike Novembers dad who shows up in The plain simple fact is that if Aurora Rose Reed writes it I will read it makes me think if you build it they will come:. The characters are lovable and relatable. Then Kathleen Mullings comes back into his life with her teenage son and changes everything. Had I known, I probably wouldn't have paid for this book, as I am not a fan of romance books.
I read this book in less than a day. I loved watching Brandon change from an angry teen to a man and the way he grew to look up to Mike. It is implied that she is a habitual liar. The madame director proves to have influence at the hospital, posing as a doctor and dismissing Janet's stories of the town as delusions. Together, they uncover the truth of her sister's death and who killed a police officer on the same night.
She keeps doing shockingly moronic things all through the book. Mike always had a crush on Kat but it never went anywhere and after Kat graduated she went off to college and never came back. Seriously, she's the type of character you'd find in a cheesy horror movie, that would become the first victim of any slasher. Welcome to Kat McCall's world. I just wished it was a little longer, couldn't get enough of it. Seemed like she was in such a hurry to release it she just left out the story and threw in words. But in seeking the truth, Kat will also find out that there are a lot of secrets buried in the past and someone is willing to do anything to make certain they stay buried.
I've been trying to think of something else to say, but nothing came to me. Mike and Kat were both great characters. I didn't want to put this book down but at the same time didn't want it to end. He's a good man with a big heart. A bit disjointed and Mike faltered a couple times but all in all I liked it. A good quick-read about another chance of finding, believing and falling in love, starting anew and bringing the family together. Janet is hospitalized in the psychiatric wing of a hospital in San Francisco.
I feel slightly cheated and disappointed. It felt choppy and kept jumping ahead without any notice. She is Mark Renbe's boss and lover. But the information that he gives them are half-truths with other abductees frequently questioning his words, with Janet really being the only one that trusts him. Kat was great - loving and caring and most of all she knows what she wants from life.
There was a lot of skipping and jumping. I look forward to reading more. Charlie tries to make a deal with Joe to get out of the town, but fails. Once you start reading this book, you might as well turn off your phone, sit back and enjoy the ride! Overall, it was cute story about learning how to trust and falling in love again. Kat was arrested for murdered then acquitted as all the evidence was circumstantial.
The plot contains many twists and turns which keeps the reader involved. Mike Rouger has been burned by love once in the worst way. One day out at the hardware store Mike Novembers dad who shows up in book 1 runs into a girl from high school. After a little sample here, now I'm really keen on meeting those Mayson guys! Perhaps the saddest part of all is that the titular Sara, who might be the most intriguing character of all, barely gets any time to be fleshed out and make us care about finding her murderer. I liked seeing it, just wanted and expected more of it. First of all, I really love this author and her writing style.
The author jumps between present time and ten years ago, when the murder of Sara McCall happened and her younger sister Kat became the main suspect. This was a great Holiday book through and through from begging to end but more than that it was just a great book. She is a single mother to a five-year-old girl, Megan Cooper. It's an emotionally charged, fast paced story, that will keep you on the edge of your seat from start to finish. Mike was badly hurt in his previous marriage.
It is revealed that the old night manager survived his injuries from Joe and is now working with the madame director. A true example of professional and trustworthy law enforcement. Kat is fired from her job, evicted from her apartment and her bank accounts and credit cards are frozen due to planted stories about her dealing drugs. I absolutely loved that he was so supportive of both of them. Kat has agreed to this and has kept it a secret from her now 17 year old son. Moira is the most peaceful and kindly of the abducted people, but has a darker past.