The Song Wreckers, Book 2
February 2016
Soul Mate Publishing
308 Pages
Rating: 4 Cups

Molly has never been able to identify the man who attacked her, until she sees him in the airport watching her and he is someone from her past. Molly’s life is about to change, but not for the reasons she thought it would.

Capturing a monster injures a man once a part of her life and still lives in the shadows. It endangers the man she loves and leads to the death of a woman. The price for bringing down the man who has terrified her for years may cost her more than anyone would be willing to pay.

Molly’s life is not ordinary and probably will never be. There are three men who have altered her life forever; a murderer, ex-lover, and her loving husband. Each has redefined her world and strengthened her because through all the pains of living she has lived a life not ordinary.

I was intrigued from the beginning though I feel as if I stepped into Act 2 of a play. I know I will need to read the first book in the series before I will feel as if I received the clear picture. Despite the lackluster background, the story line is unique and enthralling. There was never a firm belief Molly’s life would work out in her favor so I held on until the very end; every page offered a new element to the life of Molly and I enjoyed the twists around every turn of a page. I recommend the reader begin with the first book in the series in order to flesh out the lives of the characters and become more invested in the story.

Reviewer for Coffee Time Romance & More

Book 1: Almost Wrecked

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