Series: Where #2
Published by Self-Published on April 5th 2020
Genres: Romantic Suspense
Source: Borrowed, Kindle Unlimited
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When the director of a local mental health hospital is found murdered and mutilated, Homicide Detective Reed Davies is first on scene. What was done to the body is gruesome. Inexplicable. But Reed is dealt another curveball when he finds that the doctor who discovered the victim is someone Reed is intimately familiar with—a woman with whom he shared one passionate night weeks before.
Dr. Elizabeth Nolan is somehow tangled up in the crime, and even while Reed must now question her possible involvement, he can’t help being drawn to the beautiful, enigmatic woman.
As more bodies appear and the devious killer terrorizes Cincinnati, a shocking connection begins to emerge, one that not only involves Dr. Nolan, but Reed himself. A connection more twisted and elaborate than he can imagine. Now Reed must hunt the monster down, a killer who will stop at nothing to see his diabolical plan to its final, deadly conclusion.
The follow-up to Where the Blame Lies— Where the Truth Lives is a gripping, page-turning, romantic thriller that will leave you gasping for breath.
Just like what I did with Where the Blame Lies, I walked in completely blind. I didn’t read the synopsis or didn’t even take a glimpse at any of the reviews. I wanted the element of surprise and boy did I get one!
Again, it was Mia Sheridan’s characters that grabbed me from the very beginning. The heroine Liza had such a heartbreaking past but despite that, she demonstrated so much grace and possessed so much strength. I loved that she wasn’t portrayed as perfect. She had various personal issues to deal with and it felt like Reed stepped in at just the right time to help her out.
I thought the couple’s pairing was fantastic. Reed was shockingly the all-around guy considering his “weird” parentage. I appreciated that he wasn’t domineering. He had the patience of a saint. Exactly what a woman like Liza needed.
The icing on the cake was how the author incorporated the previous couple into this already amazing story. The relationship that they had as separate couples and that of a family as a whole was spectacular. I literally had tears in my eyes with how they were completely in- sync together.
The balance between the suspense and the romance was also terrific. Up until the very end, I was completely riveted. Mia Sheridan never fails to disappoint. Read it!