Thursday, June 28, 2018
Book Review: Lost Innocence by Jannine Gallant
Title: Lost Innocence
Author: Jannine Gallant
Stars: 4 Stars
Lost Innocence starts off with sweet Nina Hutton enjoying her quite life than everything is turned upside down with someone breaking in her house, a new neighbor and his daughter moving in across the street and emotions no one wants to feel.
The author used certain charterers as placements until they were needed instead of using them throughout the story.
The story is more romance than mystery but its the characters builds that will have readers hooked to the story.
As the story ends readers will see the twist coming. Its the emotions that come along that readers will not expect.
Add this to your summer to be read pile and enjoy.
Thank you to Netgalley and the publisher Lyrical Press, Inc for the advance copy of Jannine Gallant Lost Innocence.
Artist Nina Hutton finds a lottery ticket on the beach, stuffs the crumpled paper in her pocket--then forgets all about it. Distracted and shaken by a series of break-ins at her home, Nina turns to her handsome new neighbor for help and protection again and again.
MILES OF HIKING TRAILS
Since the death of his wife in a drive-by shooting, Teague O'Dell has moved from the city to the small town of Siren Cove, determined that his daughter will grow up in a safe environment. But when the intriguing woman next door is plagued by a mysterious vandal, he wonders if his new home harbors unexpected dangers.
. . . AND HIDDEN THREATS
The winning lottery numbers have been revealed, and the owner will do whatever it takes to claim the prize. And the closer Nina and Teague get to each other, the closer they may get to exposing a horror that could cost them everything .
Expected publication: June 26th 2018 by Lyrical Press, Inc
About the Author:
Write what you know. I've taken this advice to heart, creating characters from small towns and plots that unfold in the great outdoors. I grew up in a tiny Northern California town and currently live in beautiful Lake Tahoe with my husband and two daughters. When I'm not busy writing, I hike or snowshoe in the woods around my home. Whether I'm writing contemporary, historical or romantic suspense, I bring the beauty of nature to my stories.
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