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Top customer reviews
Her characters are three-dimensional, the plot is unpredictable, and she kept me guessing "who did it?" until the every end. She wove a tender love story into a tale of suspense and made both quite believable. The little details--things that most authors wouldn't bother to include--made the story pop to life. Peanut butter cup wrappers, indeed!
I already have more of Casey's book and can't wait to start the next one!
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Review originally posted at Romancing the Book
Once I started reading this novel I couldn’t put it down. I wanted to know who was haunting the heroine and her loved ones. I was kept guessing right till the end. I was amazed at the ability of the author to make everyone a suspect even the good guys.
Maggie Meehan is the heroine and a strong one at that. She is extremely independent almost to a fault. Throughout the novel you see how she learns to let loose and not be wound so tight. Maggie learns who she can trust and who she can’t. People who were her allies before become stronger ones as her life becomes something from one of the stories her students would write in her creative writing classes. Each day she gets closer to Seth but at the same time she also becomes less secure in her surroundings. Seth and Maggie need to find out who is behind all the vandalism and prank calls. Not to mention why they are related to many murders in and around College towns.
I really enjoyed the writing in this novel. It was clean and concise. I loved that it was set in and around a University setting. I also like to see a single mother finally finding love in the end. I would recommend the novel to others without a doubt.