Monday, January 14, 2013

Mirror Deep by Joss Landry review


...Roll like thunder in Kat Bonner’s world, when a known felon comes to the ranch to drop a bomb about her past. Kat turns to Pierce for help, the same Pierce who bucks her every chance he gets … and whose feverish investigation lands them in trouble with the law and directly in the path of a serial killer.

Mystery deepens, fraught with wrong turns, bumbling detectives, old murders, and Kat’s doppelganger no one ever sees but her, just as she never sees the change in Pierce’s feelings toward her brewing, mounting, until she can no longer deny them.

Where to buy: Amazon/Barnes and Noble

Crystal's review:

If you are looking for a thrilling , head twisting, intriguing, suspenseful off-beat romance with a hint of paranormal to it, then you've found Mirror Deep.

Katherine "Kat" Bonner is a twenty something independent woman who loves who she is and where she comes from.  She loves her parents, her horses, her best friend/cousin Lauren and even Lauren's obnoxious brother Pierce. She has all that she could ever ask for. Until one day a stranger in a suit shows up and blows a huge cover wide open about her parents past. 

Faced with a past she never knew existed, Kat, along with her cousins, travel to Chicago where the mysteries begin to unravel and pieces to a broken puzzle start to take shape. Feelings Kat never knew existed rise to the surface and loyalties are tested. 

Mirror Deep is one of those books that if I had one day of peace and quiet to myself, I could easily read it all day. The way the story is written kept me interested and the plot kept thickening. It is an easy read and gives you different perspectives through out the book. The scenes are beautifully written and allowed me to visualize alot of what was going on and how it played out. Full of twists and turns, Mirror Deep is a great read and I would recommend it to all. 4 stars

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