Monday, 18 December 2017

Review: Fatal Evidence (Love on the Line #3) by Kari Lemor

What you don’t know can get you killed . . .

Construction company owner Scott Holland doesn’t go looking for trouble, but he’s just stumbled on plenty. The rundown mill he’s bought is plagued with mysterious incidents, and his investment partner, heiress Heather Silva, is as stubborn as she is intriguing. Dumped by his ex because of his blue-collar job, Scott is wary of Heather’s privileged background. Yet he’s drawn to her independence and strength, especially as the “accidents” grow more terrifying.

Determined to succeed without anyone’s help—especially her wealthy parents—Heather clashes with Scott again and again. But a grisly discovery makes them both targets. Someone wants Heather and Scott silenced for good. And as a killer closes in, the only option is to trust each other—or become the next victims…

Kindle Edition, 248 pages
Published December 5th 2017 by Lyrical Underground

Terri's Thoughts

I had received an advanced copy of this book from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.  Due to a hectic work schedule, I am finally getting around to writing my review.

This story is the third in a series however I have not had the opportunity to read the first two.  Luckily this story can easily be read as a stand alone although I am now curious what happened before this story as I think that both Scott and Heather were supporting characters in at least one of the previous stories.

This story was interesting in how it mixed in a couple of different genres to create something a little bit unique.  Not normally a fan of books that have mob or gang elements to it, this book nicely ties blended pieces of both in a way that was subtle yet relevant to the plot.  I can't be sure but I believe if I had read the first two stories, I would have understood more how each fit in to the picture.  This book does a good job of explaining the back story of the mob but not so much the gangs.  I would be curious to see if they featured in the other books as well.

While I was able to guess the mystery of who was behind the accidents pretty easily and early on, I was still along for the ride.  I enjoyed the chemistry between Scott and Heather and how their relationship developed without them really even knowing it.  Add a little suspense and this story made my commute to work an easy one!

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