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Sunday, May 26, 2019

BOOK REVIEW: Killer Exposure by Jessica R. Patch LOVE INSPIRED SUSPENSE

Killer Exposure

A killer with a secret motive…

A mother with a secret baby

Crime scene photographer Greer Montgomery didn’t expect to witness a murder at a small-town carnival—nor to be rescued by the father of her secret baby. A storm chaser, Locke Gallagher often stares down death, but he’s never known true fear until Greer’s life is at risk. But how can he protect his newly discovered family when the killer could be anyone


essica is the author of the contemporary romance series Seasons of Hope and several Love Inspired Suspense novels. No matter what genre she’s writing in, you’ll always find romance, adventure, some laughs, and a heap of hope. Check out her book club page for bonus features and extras, and don’t forget to sign up for her newsletter to stay “Patched In.”

Jessica lives in the mid-south with her handsome husband, her college bound daughter and her middle-schooler son.

WOW. That was my reaction as soon as I finished the book. I thought I had the killer figured out - but BOY was I wrong. I love everything that this author puts out. She has a way of pulling you in and causing you to cancel all of your plans to make sure you finish the book. I read most of this book sitting  at the beach. While others were swimming, jumping in the waves or playing paddleball, I chose to read. I could not put this book down. 

Greer is the main character of this book. She is stubborn, hardworking single mom. I love that Jessica created a character with a secret baby. It made me happy when Locke shows up. Their chemistry is so strong.... you can feel it!!!! Greer is a sheriff deputy among other things and witnesses a murder. The killer WILL Not stop until Greer is dead also. Locke who is in town shooting/chasing weather can't deny he stil has feelings for Greer. But when someone tries to kill her, he makes it his mission to keep her and his child safe. 

Who did it?

Pick up a copy and find out!!

I received a copy of this book through the author. All thoughts are my own. 

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