Ибо так возлюбил Бог мир, что отдал Сына Своего Единородного, дабы всякий верующий в Него, не погиб, но имел хизнь вечную.
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Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Review: Fractured Memory by Jordyn Redwood

Again from the back of the book, you don't mind I hope.

United States marshal Eli Cayne saved Julia Galloway's life once...and he's prepared to do it again. But his task would be easier if she could remember him-or the murderer who almost put her in an early grave and seems to be hunting her once more. To protect Julia from the latest threat against her life, Eli has to consider the possibility that he put an innocent man in jail. Julia has no memories of the serial killer called the Hangman, though, and no reason to trust Eli. But with the killer getting closer, she must work with Eli to confront her past- and the feelings growing between them.

This is a 5, and here's why.

1: I love any mystery, just about, and this one sure stood the test. It was suspenseful and crazy at every page and there was never a dull moment that I just couldn't wait for the story to pick back up. The plot was incredibly good.

2: The relationship between Eli and Julia is so cute. They like each other but won't admit it, and then they can't because of the situation they are in.

3: I liked how the different officers assisting Eli were all kinda suspicious and how we were led to believe that maybe, just maybe, it had to be someone on the inside. Btw, when you do find out who it is ( No spoilers here, not this time anyways)  my reaction was , "Cool motive, still murder".

4: Red Daisies.

5: In the epilogue, that was perfect. Possibly one of the most perfect book endings I've ever read.

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