Kindle Edition Õ Just Cause MOBI Ü

Kindle Edition  Õ Just Cause MOBI Ü I didn t kill my husband But no one believed Laurel Hatcher On trial for murder, Laurel prayed for a miracle And she got one, sort of a deadlocked jury A mistrial meant going through the ordeal all over again, but at least she d have time to prove her innocence And now handsome police officer Dan Ryan was on her side, determined to find evidence that would clear her name But Laurel didn t even know what to look for or who would want her husband dead Until Dan took her back to the scene of the crimewhere a killer was waiting This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here This one was a tricky one to assign a star rating I like romantic suspense a lot There were threats and danger I liked the characters although I kept thinking any parent or friend would be worried about Dan falling in love with a woman charged with murder However this felt a littlelike a cozy mystery than true suspense There were some things procedurally that I don t think would have happened I don t think there would have been the need for Tina s testimony, for example The prosecut This one was a tricky one to assign a star rating I like romantic suspense a lot There were threats and danger I liked the characters although I kept thinking any parent or friend would be worried about Dan falling in love with a woman charged with murder However this felt a littlelike a cozy mystery than true suspense There were some things procedurally that I don t think would have happened I don t think there would have been the need for Tina s testimony, for example The prosecutor would have dropped the charges prior to assembling everyone again Additionally, the defending attorney would not have been in the dark about any new information being used by the prosecutor for the new trial Its one of those books that you cannot put down once you star reading The interest is equal in romance and suspense Unlike some other LIS books, this one was pretty heavy on the romance I like how they have the cop chasing after the supposed criminal not to catch her in the act, but to get her to fall in love with him Not only did the suspense kept me guessing on who done it, but the romance kept me interested I loved how the author allowed it throughout the whole book I loved that the Its one of those books that you cannot put down once you star reading The interest is equal in romance and suspense Unlike some other LIS books, this one was pretty heavy on the romance I like how they have the cop chasing after the supposed criminal not to catch her in the act, but to get her to fall in love with him Not only did the suspense kept me guessing on who done it, but the romance kept me interested I loved how the author allowed it throughout the whole book I loved that the man never doubted her innocence for a second Though I wonder how real this would be in real life, I loved just the same Susan Page Davis LIS books are some of my favorites Very good story It s one of those stories that frustrate me because all the cops have is circumstantial evidence and they jump to a conclusion and then don t go any farther It s like Perry Mason used to be He d dig and dig until he found the truth the cops were happy with the surface information But in this story our heroine has a cop for a hero and he is able to help her ferret out the truth.This is a clean read. WOW, this is a phenominal author wish she d write longer novels this is the 2nd of her s i ve read this wk i m going to try and track downof them this one so far is my favorite, as there were actually 2 different mystery plots going on, but you don t always realize it which keeps you on your toes trying to deduce what facts go w which mystery, or if they re combined, or again, WOW

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