Published by Moonshine Cove PublishingGenres: Fiction, Romance, Suspense
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To save her marriage, Laura Harrison accompanies her husband Jack to Indonesia where he is to take over as president of troubled bank; but when her premonitions become reality, events spin out of control.
Laura expects their new home in Jakarta to be a romantic hideaway like something out of a classic Bogart movie. Instead she walks into a house of horrors. White sheets cover Gothic furnishings, and black garments hang in the closets. It’s as if the former occupants had fled from some danger. Despite feelings of doom, Laura is determined to make things work. At the local market she’s appalled to see a baby orangutan for sale, its mother having been killer by loggers. She resolves to save the endangered primates and their rainforest habitat. As Laura attempts to grow closer to her husband, they become at odds over his shady business dealings. And when his secrets and life of lies are revealed, Laura finds herself alone and responsible for her own destiny.
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Wow! What a debut novel! Kearns has talent, that’s for sure! I really wasn’t sure what I would think of this novel, honestly, but I was quite surprised. The romance and suspenseful elements of the story are portrayed well within the pages of the book. And the characters truly come to life for the reader.
I loved the portrayal of Laura and Jack. Laura wanted to save her marriage, and like any woman wanting to do that, would do anything to save it, so she followed her husband to Indonesia, and that’s where the page turning, gripping story line truly starts. There is romance blended with suspense and the reader is taken on an interesting roller coaster ride.
If you want a book that will grip you instantly, make you fall in love with characters and keep you hooked until the last page is reach, then Kearns has the perfect book for you. It’s 4 star worthy, and definitely one I will read again, and be recommending to others! Hats off to Kearns for a great debut!