Friday, March 01, 2013
Booksneeze review: A Matter of Trust
As a newly single parent, dealing with debts that her husband left behind, Mia is also struggling to balance family and work. While she is busy investigating, Gabe, her 14 year-old son is involved in a "flash mob" at a local supermarket where the teenagers raid and loot, but are caught on camera. She also has to deal with the night terrors of her 4-year-old little girl Brooke. Having to balance the investigation and her home life makes Mia's character so realistic and makes for a more well-rounded thriller!
Last year in March, I was able to review three of Lis Wiehl's books and enjoyed all of them. The two that I really enjoyed were also written with April Henry, and so when I saw this one come up on booksneeze to review, I grabbed it.
And I wasn't disappointed... The story is not connected the the "Triple threat" series, but the style is very similar and I really enjoyed it. I would recommend this book to anyone wanting a good wholesome read which keeps you entertained and wanting to read more.
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