I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review.
This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
by Melinda Leigh
Released: September 17th 2019
Series: Morgan Dane #6
“It was a tense and exciting read from the very first page to the last.”
~ Under the Covers
The case is personal in Save Your Breath as Olivia Cruz, Lincoln Sharp’s girlfriend, goes missing. Morgan and Carl help their friend try and track Olivia down, but the more they discover the longer she is missing, they must face the possibility that they aren’t going to find her. At least not alive.
Although I am not a seasonal reader, I do enjoy curling up with a good mystery or thriller, and it always feels more satisfying when I do this on a rainy day. It fits the atmosphere. Although, this book has plenty of atmosphere, even without the helping hand of mother nature. It was a tense and exciting read from the very first page to the last.
What I really enjoy about the Morgan Dane series is that it is a great mixture of enthralling mystery, romance and the everyday life of a busy family. With each book you delve more and more into the life of Morgan, Carl and Sharp, as well as the people surrounding them, and love them that little bit more each time. This is why this booked worked so well. Sharp is one of my favourite characters in this series and we finally see him find a little romantic happiness and then see the devastation when Olivia disappears. Needless to say, I was heavily invested and couldn’t put this down until I knew how it ended.
If you haven’t read this series, you definitely need to give it a try. Not only does each book have a great mystery to unravel, but there’s also a load of romance, friendship and family mixed in. I can’t wait to read the next book!
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