Saturday, July 23, 2011

Sara Dean's Review of Suspicion by Karen Lewis

It's love at first sight for Lacey and Denman when they meet in a bar. Denman is a soldier who is about to head back to Afghanistan, but both are desperate to hold on to what they briefly shared. After a rushed wedding ceremony, Denman goes back overseas, and Lacey begins counting days unto she's back in her husband's arms. That is until Denman's first wife's mother shows up and claims that Denman is a cold blooded killer who killed her daughter and will do the same to Lacey. Lacey thinks she's crazy until she begins digging into her husbands past, and is shocked by what she finds out about the man she married, the man she doesn't really know. With Denman due home in several months, she has little time to uncover the truth, or risk losing her own life.
Suspicion is the kind of book you want to read when you have plenty of free time, because once you start reading, you won't be able to put it down. (However, I would not recommend this book for children under 18, due to graphic sexual situations). I was so caught up in this book that I read the whole thing in one day. I found myself going back and forth between believing he was guilty and believing he was innocent until the very last page. It's a book you won't be able to forget. 
Sara Dean is the author of Forgiving Jesse

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