Woo Hoo! I am so excited to be spending time with Jane Blythe and her latest Count To Ten series Novel, Seven. If you love romantic suspense and her name isn’t on your reading list, you are missing out…BIG TIME.
I am posting Seven early, it is not due for release until 2.1.19, because you may want to start with One and catch up on the series. Though it is not necessary, I think it will enhance your reading pleasure by doing so.
You can get a Kindle copy of One, the first book in the series HERE.
Oooooo I am so excited to get my hands on another book in the Count to Ten series. We are on Seven and I refuse to think about how soon we will get to Eight. I have loved the characters since I first met them.
Colette is the first person we meet. She is a runaway, homeless, beautiful, and naive. She is in for a rude awakening when she thinks she met a ‘friend.’.
It seems predictable, but we shall see. Jane Blythe has a way of pulling all kinds of tricks out of her hat and captivating me, making it impossible to put the book down before the last page is read.
Caden Gervase is a middle school principle, but right away I wonder for how long. I’m sure some kind of badness is coming down on him…and it does.
Ryan and Paige are called to the principal’s office. I couldn’t resist that. They are detectives, partners, and a death at the school their kids will be going to next year strikes too close to home for them. Tony, the child who found the murder victim is Ryan’s nephew.
Now, let’s meet Daisy and Mark, who are Tony’s parents, and find out what kind of trouble they can get into. Nothing like keeping it in the family.
Hmmm…I’m getting an inkling of what Daisy’s problem is and I have to keep reading to see if I am right. I feel so bad for her. Her past has come back to haunt her and it’s not because she did anything wrong, but she had done something right. It’s not just her who is in danger, he has threatened her husband and children. Can she find a way for all of them to survive?
When I found out what they wanted Colette for, I felt like puking, then reaching into my Kindle to tear our their throats with my bare hands. I love a book that makes my blood race and my head feel like it’s going to explode because my emotions are running riot.
Secrets…I love when secrets are exposed.
Killing had just been business for him, until…Now, he was taking great pleasure in his sadistic killing.
I LOVED hooking up with the gang again. The family is tight and would lay down their lives for their friends and have done so before. There are two mysteries running side by side and I am trying to figure out what they have in common. As I am doing this, at 80%…OMG! Jane…I LOVE IT! Does that make me twisted too? Oh man, had another scare there at 87%. The bad guys just ‘won’t freakin’ die’ moments.
Jane Blythe’s stories always make me think of Criminal Minds on steroids.
I shared Seven way before the February release date in case you would like to read the rest of the series first. I don’t feel it is a must, but the reading experience will be richer for it.
I voluntarily reviewed a free copy of Seven by Jane Blythe.
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