Five by Jane Blythe, is the fifth book of the Count to Ten series of romantic suspense novels. I started with Book One and, even though I believe you could start anywhere in the series, I think it’s best read from the beginning.
I opened my Kindle and immediately fell into a world of hurt and terror.
The fabulous cover tells me there is some badness inside and I know Jane and her writing, so I am very eager to begin.
What does the bogeyman look like? Your neighbor? That good looking guy with two kids? Eliza found out and it was all torture and despair from there…Until
I am so happy to be back with all the familiar characters of the series. The women are damaged, struggling to put their lives together after tragic events. Their men are knights riding in on white horses, but they too have their issues. No one is without flaws.
Sofia’s stalker is alive and well and determined to save her…from all hurt. I learned why he felt he had to be the one. Her feelings come alive, when she is admitted to the hospital for the flu. She dismisses her feeling of danger and I feel that will be a big mistake.
Laura had come with her, fighting her agoraphobia, and she would not leave until she found what was wrong with the young girl she had, literally, run into.
NOW…the pacing and tension is ramping up. I find myself saying, “Hurry, hurry, careful, but hurry.” I want so much to tell you what is going on, but I cannot. You MUST find out for yourself and you will thank me for it.
OMG…The children. I hate him! I want him caught, punished, buried underneath the jail, but only after long torture.
Oh no…I see some evil coming for one of my friends. Hasn’t she been through enough?
HE is a psycho and Jane has ramped up the tension to an ungodly level. I’m only eighteen percent in and racing through the pages. I am so worried…where are you taking me Jane? She puts her characters through some of the most awful things. I can’t slow down and enjoy reading the terror and suspense.
Danger after danger. Don’t turn your back…anyone. There is more than one predator stalking them. Unputdownable. I read it in one sitting, unable to stop. Riveting, engrossing, nail biting, edge of the seat danger and tension. You won’t figure out the evil turn Five will take…right to the very last…NO…NO…NO…sentence. And, Jane, what are you doing leaving me with such a fabulous cliffhanger?????
WHERE IS SIX…I NEED IT NOW!
I voluntarily reviewed a free copy of Five by Jane Blythe.
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