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Sunday, January 31, 2016

The reviews are in...

We have posted our favorite reviews on 'Like My Status' by SC Hutchinson.  Please continue reading for synopsis and buy links.

Our favorite review:  Tasha Williams (Red's Midnight Readers) rated it 
it was amazing
I was given an ARC of this in exchange for an honest review.

My first thoughts were "oh my God, what???"
How can you leave us hanging like that?
That cliffhanger!! Although i was prepared for the book to end on one, i wasn't expecting that. In fact the whole book was unexpected.

I went into it not knowing much about the book OR the author and for once and i am glad i didn't. I was pleasantly surprised and thrilled at how much i enjoyed reading it. It was very cleverly written and obviously well researched. It always gives me goosebumps when an author takes us into the mind of psychopath and this was no different.
It was utterly compelling and made you want to read more.
It is a relatively short read that leaves you begging for more.

I gave it 5 stars but would have given it 6!
I can't wait for the next installment.

Our favorite review:
Donna;s Reveiw 4 stars ****

Melody Quinn and James Ashton are both police detectives
with special qualifications and they both need a change in scenery.
Melody sets out for Landers, Wyoming where she is going to work for their police department.
James wants away from his ex, so he leaves Mississippi for Landers, also.
Melody starts at the police department and James comes on the next day.
Captain Marcus thinks since they have similar qualifications they would make good partners.
Neither one wants a partner but they have to do what they are told.
He assigns them to a murder, while Melody is working on a missing person.
She finds they are one in the same person.
Bodies start to pop up and suddenly someone else is implicated as the killer.
The book is good but it is a cliffhanger and I HATE THEM.
I review so much for my daughter's blog
I only like stand alones but it's not the author's fault I requested reading it.
Now I can't wait to see what happens, but it better not be drug over six more books.
This book does contain profaniity and sex so it isn't for all.
To be fair to the author the story was really good and held my interest.

    A secret lies in wait for over a decade.  
         A tortured past comes to the surface while murder rocks the sleepy little town of Landers, Wyoming. 
        James Ashton is a police detective from Hattiesburg, Mississippi.  A traditional southern man complete with lack of social graces, he decides it’s time for a fresh start after his wife leaves him for his best friend.  A game of darts chooses his fate while he is deciding on where to go.  Before the ink dries on the divorce papers, he packs up and transfers into the police department in Landers, Wyoming. 
         After her sister commits suicide, Melody Quinn decides that she needs the quiet life after having served in the Marines where she did two tours in Afghanistan, trained with the FBI at Quantico, Virginia, and worked with the Los Angeles Police Homicide Department.   She knew she needed to get away for a while.  Her captain agreed with her.  After contacting his old Army buddy in Landers, Wyoming, he arranged the transfer for Melody effective immediately.   Unbeknownst to her, life would not be as quiet as she hoped. Not long after Ashton and Quinn arrive, murder rocks the sleepy little mountain town as bodies start appearing.  As it turns out, the killer is right under their noses…or is he?