Wednesday, September 30, 2015

PLAYED FOR A FOOL by @StephanieMBlack — #reviews #books #amreading #bookreview

PLAYED FOR A FOOL by Stephanie Black. I was excited about this book as I got into it. The premise was very intriguing, but the more pages I turned, the more I felt like I should have read another book first. A lot of it is people questioning things that happened in the past and talking about things in a way that made me feel left out as a reader. I was so busy trying to piece together what happened in the past that I feel like I missed what was going on in the present. It's a great suspense novel that I can recommend for just about anyone though.

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Three years ago, the small town of Britteridge was rocked by the senseless murder of Gail Ludlum. Now the people most affected by the tragedy have returned to the place where it all began, and the scene is set for the perfect revenge . . .
Megan O’Connor’s life was shattered when she was unwittingly drawn into a kidnapping plot that ultimately led to the murder of an innocent woman. Though the road to redemption has been long, she’s finally found happiness with her recent engagement to a wonderful man, a pillar of the community. But amid the chaos of wedding planning, the return of Gail Ludlum’s son to Britteridge sets in motion a disturbing sequence of events. Soon Megan finds herself the victim of a series of cruel deceptions that indicate one thing: her past mistakes have not been forgiven or forgotten. As the mischief escalates to dangerous levels, it becomes clear that someone is determined to avenge Gail’s death. And he won’t rest until he’s taken a life for a life.
*A review copy was provided by the publisher in exchange for an unbiased review.

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