It’s Friday and that means I want to tell you about a book I’ve recently inhaled. But first a sidenote: how on earth is it already the 19th of May! I may be hyperventilating over here!
Okay. Deep breath. Back to Fiction Friday.
This week, that’s Fatal Mistake, a romantic suspense that released a couple books ago and was written by my friend Susan Sleeman. I’m very excited that as I’m telling you about Fatal Mistake (May 19), it’s on ebook sale for $4.99. It’s been awhile since I’ve read one of Susan’s books, but I have to tell you this one sucked me in very quickly from the early pages and did not let ago until I finished it yesterday. It’s a book you could inhale in one sitting if life cooperates — mine didn’t, but I kept wanting to return to it.
The book opens with Tara realizing that her childhood friend is the worst equivalent of the Unibomber. She has to go on the run when he almost kills her, making the FBI agent in charge of the investigation furious and also wondering if she has something to do with the crimes. Reluctantly they have to work together to try to bring the Lone Wolf to justice, but it looks like they will fail at every turn. I loved how the spiritual threads were so woven into the fabric of this story. It was a seamless growth for Tara and Cal, and not a straight line to each other.
Fatal Mistake will be a satisfying read for those who love a romantic suspense with plenty of twists and turns plus tension between the hero and heroine. If you fall in this category, race out to get your copy while it’s on sale!
I also wanted to say thank you to everyone who has left reviews for any of my books. The number of reviews is often a rubric people use to decide whether they will try a new book or a new-to-them author. Even a couple sentences that tell people what you liked most can be so helpful. So thank you from the bottom of my heart for taking the time to let people know about my books when you’ve read one. I read them all. Yes, even the bad ones. Why? Because I want to see what resonates with you and what isn’t quite working. I then take those comments into the next book I write. I won’t say I always enjoy reading my reviews (LOL), but I always appreciate them, so thank you!
And don’t forget to grab your copy of Canteen Dreams while it’s free. Also, would you be willing to let your friends know it’s on sale? Posting this graphic on Twitter or Facebook, or pinning it on Pinterest really is a great help. Thank you! Here’s some language you can use as well:
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