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NO PLACE TO DIE is book #1 in a new romantic suspense series by #1 bestselling author Jaden Skye! Olivia and Todd, madly in love, fly down to Key West when Todd offers to take her on a surprise trip for a magical weekend. Though they have only been dating five months, Olivia can’t help but wonder if Todd is preparing to pop the big question along the beautiful shores. Yet Ol NO PLACE TO DIE is book #1 in a new romantic suspense series by #1 bestselling author Jaden Skye! Olivia and Todd, madly in love, fly down to Key West when Todd offers to take her on a surprise trip for a magical weekend. Though they have only been dating five months, Olivia can’t help but wonder if Todd is preparing to pop the big question along the beautiful shores. Yet Olivia’s paradise quickly turns to hell when Todd dies right before her eyes, in a tragic accident. Or was it? Olivia sinks further into the abyss as the police wonder if she did it, and finds herself backed into a corner, having to prove her innocence while finding out if Todd was truly murdered. Yet as she searches, entering the underbelly of Key West, forced to deal with unsavory locals and with Todd’s difficult and grieving family, she discovers things about Todd that she wished she never knew—discoveries that make her realize that she never really knew the man she loved at all. NO PLACE TO DIE is book #1 in an explosive new romantic suspense series filled with love, tragedy, heartbreak, betrayal and suspense, one that will leave you turning pages late into the night. Book #2 will be released soon. Jaden is also author of the #1 Bestselling series MURDER IN THE CARIBBEAN, which begins with DEATH BY HONEYMOON (Book #1), a free download with over 200 five star reviews!


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NO PLACE TO DIE is book #1 in a new romantic suspense series by #1 bestselling author Jaden Skye! Olivia and Todd, madly in love, fly down to Key West when Todd offers to take her on a surprise trip for a magical weekend. Though they have only been dating five months, Olivia can’t help but wonder if Todd is preparing to pop the big question along the beautiful shores. Yet Ol NO PLACE TO DIE is book #1 in a new romantic suspense series by #1 bestselling author Jaden Skye! Olivia and Todd, madly in love, fly down to Key West when Todd offers to take her on a surprise trip for a magical weekend. Though they have only been dating five months, Olivia can’t help but wonder if Todd is preparing to pop the big question along the beautiful shores. Yet Olivia’s paradise quickly turns to hell when Todd dies right before her eyes, in a tragic accident. Or was it? Olivia sinks further into the abyss as the police wonder if she did it, and finds herself backed into a corner, having to prove her innocence while finding out if Todd was truly murdered. Yet as she searches, entering the underbelly of Key West, forced to deal with unsavory locals and with Todd’s difficult and grieving family, she discovers things about Todd that she wished she never knew—discoveries that make her realize that she never really knew the man she loved at all. NO PLACE TO DIE is book #1 in an explosive new romantic suspense series filled with love, tragedy, heartbreak, betrayal and suspense, one that will leave you turning pages late into the night. Book #2 will be released soon. Jaden is also author of the #1 Bestselling series MURDER IN THE CARIBBEAN, which begins with DEATH BY HONEYMOON (Book #1), a free download with over 200 five star reviews!

30 review for No Place to Die

  1. 5 out of 5

    David Vander Plaats

    Since I've read books in her Caribbean series I expected better than this. I don't think I've ever encountered so many stupid people in a book before this. Although there were twists and turns they all seemed artificial, perhaps because I had figured out who did it about a tenth of the way into the book.

  2. 4 out of 5

    T'ana

    This book lacked in fleshing out of characters and storylines. I never could fully get into the supposed "love" and "perfection" of Olivia & Todd because they didn't show them enough as a couple for me to get invested and that thread throughout the entire plot of the story. You're supposed to root for the protagonist but there was nothing about her that made you just want to latch on. There was a line where Olivia said her and Todd never spoke about their past so that they can just focus on them This book lacked in fleshing out of characters and storylines. I never could fully get into the supposed "love" and "perfection" of Olivia & Todd because they didn't show them enough as a couple for me to get invested and that thread throughout the entire plot of the story. You're supposed to root for the protagonist but there was nothing about her that made you just want to latch on. There was a line where Olivia said her and Todd never spoke about their past so that they can just focus on themselves in the present and the future they were heading toward, but us as readers never knew much about the past either so by dropping us in the middle of the story we were lost trying to figure out what lead them to that point. The author didn't care so I as a reader didn't care either. The other characters were just as bad and one-note. Olivia's mother and sister didn't have any reason to be mentioned if they were going to be trotted out for filler. Todd's family's anger and finger-pointing were so ludicrous that every time they were mentioned I just rolled my eyes. And the last thing because there was just so much to be annoyed at this book with and I'll be here all day so I'll cut it short, the police. Oh God the police. Such ineptness. I couldn't even imagine any law enforcement who happened to read this book could even get past that. The fact they also asked a civilian if she wanted to work cases with them? Really? Jaden Skye decided to throw everything at the wall without tying any of the ends to make a coherent story and then to have the audacity to make this series? Please.

  3. 4 out of 5

    April

    Got this book through book bub (free) and admit that I broke my own rule: if a book doesn't truly grab me or I am not into the characters by the end of the third chapter, then I stop reading. I kept hoping that it would get better. It didn't. I would say more about the whys but it would be full of specific spoilers. Needless to say Olivia isn't a character I really got behind and while she stumbled onto figuring out the murderer in the typical "it dawned on me at the wrong moment that the person Got this book through book bub (free) and admit that I broke my own rule: if a book doesn't truly grab me or I am not into the characters by the end of the third chapter, then I stop reading. I kept hoping that it would get better. It didn't. I would say more about the whys but it would be full of specific spoilers. Needless to say Olivia isn't a character I really got behind and while she stumbled onto figuring out the murderer in the typical "it dawned on me at the wrong moment that the person in front of me IS the killer" and then managed not to die before help arrived, I wish she hadn't been the one to figure it out. I disliked that the police officers offered her a way to stay and help them on future cases because I just can't see that happening. A meddler in official police business isn't going to get a "good job, sport, let's work together again". Ugh.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Sara Hart

    2 stars... because I *did* finish it, and that must count for something. Why did I read this? When did I even get this book?? I really hope it was free... Yeah, it was that good. Ugh. So boring. I think the plot summary contained more action, suspense, and mystery than the actual book. Makes me wonder if this was actually more of a prequel, meant to introduce the characters and set the stage for the rest of the series...? I don't think I'll ever know, because I can't imagine reading anything else r 2 stars... because I *did* finish it, and that must count for something. Why did I read this? When did I even get this book?? I really hope it was free... Yeah, it was that good. Ugh. So boring. I think the plot summary contained more action, suspense, and mystery than the actual book. Makes me wonder if this was actually more of a prequel, meant to introduce the characters and set the stage for the rest of the series...? I don't think I'll ever know, because I can't imagine reading anything else related to this book.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Deb

    Very rarely do I choose not to finish a mystery. However, this one was so poorly written, I just couldn't force myself to finish it when there are so many more, better, books out there to read. The characters in the book are one note, and frankly, dumb. The dialogue is terrible. No one talks like that. It was so stilted and cringe-worthy. Of course, I also knew how it was going to end right around the 25% mark. The fact that Olivia didn't figure it out sooner is just an example of how dumb she i Very rarely do I choose not to finish a mystery. However, this one was so poorly written, I just couldn't force myself to finish it when there are so many more, better, books out there to read. The characters in the book are one note, and frankly, dumb. The dialogue is terrible. No one talks like that. It was so stilted and cringe-worthy. Of course, I also knew how it was going to end right around the 25% mark. The fact that Olivia didn't figure it out sooner is just an example of how dumb she is.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Marcia

    Mediocre at best The storyline was really dragging and very boring. i just wanted to slap Olivia for being so naive.The storyline goes from sappy to ridiculous. The crime was solved with very little in the way of clues.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Linda

    I wish there was something good I could say about this book, but there isn't. From the whining Olivia to the other poorly developed characters, there just wasn't much here. Like some others, I kept hoping the story would get better. Weak story line, weaker characters, too easy to figure out who was the killer. On top of all that....unrealistic when Olivia is asked to stay to help with homicide cases. Really???? Where in real life do people inserting themselves into police investigation get asked I wish there was something good I could say about this book, but there isn't. From the whining Olivia to the other poorly developed characters, there just wasn't much here. Like some others, I kept hoping the story would get better. Weak story line, weaker characters, too easy to figure out who was the killer. On top of all that....unrealistic when Olivia is asked to stay to help with homicide cases. Really???? Where in real life do people inserting themselves into police investigation get asked to stay and work for them. Glad I didn't pay for this story.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Aaron Beecroft

    Non existent character depth, an unlikeable protagonist, laughable understanding of basic police investigation, a whodunit where the answer is whocares. I only kept reading hoping there was some sort of twist that would partially redeem the inanity. I was wrong. There are more well drawn characters and better written mysteries in any random Babysitters’ Club book.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Colleen Kunsemuller

    This was sort of like a Nancy Drew mystery but not as good This was really not worth the time. I'm glad it was free on Bookbub. Simplistic, poorly written, poorly developed and again, a waste of time.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Brandy

    So glad I didn't spend money on this book. Features horrible, superficial characters and a weak, pathetic protagonist. I couldn't get beyond a quarter of the book. The write-ups spoke of the "strong female protagonists" that feature in all of this authors writing, but not that I saw.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Jasmina Silvestri

    Complete waste of time. How did this come up as a recommendation for me to read? Poorly written, idiotic characters. I couldn't believe that this was actually a published book!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Randi

    this is quite possibly the worst thing I have ever read in my life, and I don't say that lightly. even if it's free, it's NOT worth it.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Shelley

    If I could give this book a minus rating, I would! This was right up there, close to the top, if not the #1 in, one of the worst books I've ever read in my entire 52 year's. Recommended by one of the woman in my book club, who happens to never read any books we read, except for one in the year since she's joined us. Last month she asked us, "Why don't you read any books I like reading?" She hardly reads, so it's not like we were purposely excluding her. She told us she just finished reading "No P If I could give this book a minus rating, I would! This was right up there, close to the top, if not the #1 in, one of the worst books I've ever read in my entire 52 year's. Recommended by one of the woman in my book club, who happens to never read any books we read, except for one in the year since she's joined us. Last month she asked us, "Why don't you read any books I like reading?" She hardly reads, so it's not like we were purposely excluding her. She told us she just finished reading "No Place to Die" and she loved it, and was already on the second books in the series. I tried ordering it through our library because that's where I get all my books for book club, and they didn't have any of them in the series. I can see why now! It was the first time I've read a book on our iPad (I still prefer having a book in my hands over a iPad). I ordered it through Amazon, where the first book is free. Now after reading it, I'm asking myself, do I really have to pay for the others? (There's another 3!) I have to actually fork out money to pay for crappy writing, crappy characters, for something that is so god awful that shouldn't even be in print? Ahhhhhh!!!! Only 111 pages, I read this book quickly, over 2 days. I don't know what I would have done if it was longer. So, let's get to the story. I knew right away there was something off between Todd and Olivia's relationship. It wasn't hard to see. It takes place in Key West. I've been there. It's lovely. It's gorgeous. Reading the summary of the story sounded interesting, especially because I've been there. That is until I opened to the first page, to the first sentence and I knew I was in trouble. I got to the end of the first paragraph, and I thought, "Oh No! This writer can't write! It's even worst than a light beach read", which I can't stand! It is very difficult to not be so harsh, but goodness, the writing is so poorly done. Besides it being just rotten writing, the reader is told umpteem times how gorgeous of a couple Olivia and Todd are, how could they be engaged only after 5 months together? I was rolling my eyes. It's shocking to see Jayden Skye has many other books in other series. I honestly don't know how she was ever published. Spoiler Alert: The characters are all so dumb, and extra mean (not Olivia, she doesn't have a back bone in her body). The dialogues between the characters: that's not how people talk to one another. I can't tell you how many times my mouth gaped open in shock, or I laughing out loud, at how it was so ridiculous and stupid. Olivia, the main character who wanted to get to the bottom of how her fiancee died, suddenly becomes a detective, with no detective skills or background. Plus she has the cooperation from one detective to figure out who done it. The cops are bullies and stupid, who want to pin the killer onto whoever, without doing much investigation work. I gave a brief outline of the story line to my 20 year old son, and I would read off lines to him, and we'd crack up. There are a zillion lines in this book that are just so wrong, but I've been working on this for the last hour and I'm just done. So upon telling you all how much I detest this book, I will certainly never voice my true thoughts to our dear friend. As to the police telling Olivia that she did such a super job solving the mystery that they've offered her a job with the force, hahahaha LOL. I'm sure you've figured out my recommendation for this book: skip it!

  14. 5 out of 5

    Helen

    So painfully and unbelievably primitive and predictable. Even though I did not read it through, only read the beginning and the end (to read the actual conclusion) but it was a total waste of my time :( It’s actually sad, because I don’t like not to like a book.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Jason

    Here is a typical exchange in this book all on one page. "Thank God this is over," he said. But it's not over, she kept thinking. "...we're leaving now, it's over." he said. "But it's not over," she replied. That should give you an idea of the writing style. The book is short (111 pages) and if you removed all the repetitive dialogue it would be half that. This exchange "How long were you dating before you got engaged?"/"Five months."/"FIVE months?! Isn't that kind of short?" is written no less Here is a typical exchange in this book all on one page. "Thank God this is over," he said. But it's not over, she kept thinking. "...we're leaving now, it's over." he said. "But it's not over," she replied. That should give you an idea of the writing style. The book is short (111 pages) and if you removed all the repetitive dialogue it would be half that. This exchange "How long were you dating before you got engaged?"/"Five months."/"FIVE months?! Isn't that kind of short?" is written no less than 15 times all with in the first half of the book. The story is nothing exceptional and the plot relies on the heroine (Olivia) being extremely smart while literally all the other characters are idiots. In fact, not one other person is nice to her for no reason. The cops do little-to-no actual work so that in the end (after a complete Scooby-doo like confession and a literal deus ex machina) they offer her a job as a cop even though she a) lives in NYC and b) has no background in criminal justice. While the book is a quick read and I was genuinely interested in the resolution if only to see how it would all tie together (it barely does) the entire book is poorly written and just plain dumb. You can see every twist coming from a mile away (especially the *gasp* GAY character :eyeroll: which is a literary device from decades ago) and the characters are all one-dimensional. Plus there is a HUGE plot mistake in the last chapter involving a suit and an ipad. Major plot hole. Very sloppy. Read it if it's free but don't expect much.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Kate Schultz

    I have no idea how this book got so many good ratings. I guess if you're not expecting much, you'll be happy. The book is full of cliches and terribly written dialogue. I wonder if the author had ever heard human beings speak natural dialogue. The main character is a stereotypical Mary Jane --she's beautiful, smart, funny, successful, and, to no one's surprise, an amazing detective. Characters' behaviors come out of no where, dialogue doesn't follow what was said before, the author tells you eve I have no idea how this book got so many good ratings. I guess if you're not expecting much, you'll be happy. The book is full of cliches and terribly written dialogue. I wonder if the author had ever heard human beings speak natural dialogue. The main character is a stereotypical Mary Jane --she's beautiful, smart, funny, successful, and, to no one's surprise, an amazing detective. Characters' behaviors come out of no where, dialogue doesn't follow what was said before, the author tells you everything, and shows nothing, and there are a number of completely unbelievable events. Some people might not mind, and say these are just details, but a good book is made in the details. This reads like a terrible first draft I would receive from one of my high school Creative Writing students who had never written a fiction story before--complete with typos and all.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Jane

    On a visit to Key West, Olivia and Todd started a romantic weekend with a great dinner, a walk on the beach, a proposal and acceptance with more surprises in store for Olivia. One neither of them expected was Olivia waking up to Todd in great pain, a trip to the emergency room and him dead in a matter of hours. Olivia is stunned, heart broken and in shock when his family arrives and accuses her of being a 'one night stand' and much more. She sets out on a quest to find out what happened to Todd b On a visit to Key West, Olivia and Todd started a romantic weekend with a great dinner, a walk on the beach, a proposal and acceptance with more surprises in store for Olivia. One neither of them expected was Olivia waking up to Todd in great pain, a trip to the emergency room and him dead in a matter of hours. Olivia is stunned, heart broken and in shock when his family arrives and accuses her of being a 'one night stand' and much more. She sets out on a quest to find out what happened to Todd because Key West is No Place to Die. The quest leads her to find that the Todd she knew and loved was not anything like what she thought he was in his love life, his business and everything about him turns up a giant lie. She needs closure so she continues to search for answers, help an innocent man that is in jail under suspicion and so much more making No Place to Die a murder mystery set in beautiful Key West, Florida a great read.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Ramona

    I'm not a fan. This was a short book, only got through it because of that. I didn't connect with the characters or the story. The ending implies this is a series, and I won't be reading them.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Hannah Fenner

    This book lacked any real substance to the plot of the characters. It felt that it was all a bit vague and rushed. Not a book that I would recommend.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer Amanda (she / her)

    A decent, fun, quick read.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Serena

    I solved the mystery the second I realized the guy was dying

  22. 4 out of 5

    Jodie

    Predictable but still a good read.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Darlene Thomas

    I read all of the Carribean books and was excited when she had a new aeries but this book was not up to the Carribean series. Maybe because I figured out who had done it before the proposal. I don't think I will read any of the other books I've n this series.

  24. 4 out of 5

    AXJ

    This book kept my interest and then the ending happened - and it was a let down. The worst part is how she “solved” (in quotations because I use that word loosely here) her fiancés murder and then the police department wanted to hire her as a detective lol. Sure.

  25. 5 out of 5

    MARY C WILEY

    Just a weak and disappointing book from this author. I finished it but I don't know why I wasted my time. Weak characters, nothing really going on here.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Evelyn Grabas

    Having been a fan of Jaden Skye for some time, I was disappointed in how he convoluted what was a good story by the manner in which he presented it. First, as someone who has relatives that are police detectives in NYC, I strongly object to how he depicted them, somewhat as brainless idiots that grabbed at random facts that had no connection to the crime in question in order to secure what, in their eyes, constituted a person of interest. In any crime, three things must be present: motive, means a Having been a fan of Jaden Skye for some time, I was disappointed in how he convoluted what was a good story by the manner in which he presented it. First, as someone who has relatives that are police detectives in NYC, I strongly object to how he depicted them, somewhat as brainless idiots that grabbed at random facts that had no connection to the crime in question in order to secure what, in their eyes, constituted a person of interest. In any crime, three things must be present: motive, means and opportunity. As to motive, it is inconceivable that a couple arrives for a romantic weekend, have dinner and the man proposes and gives the woman a beautiful ring, they go to their room and she murders him - Why? Then our erstwhile detectives find that (suspiciously?) her former fiancee' died some 2 years ago - of cancer, I might add - and the fiancée's father blames her for his death. Good trick if you can conjure up cancer and inflict it on someone. But, of course, this only increases the detectives' suspicion. (Idiocy) Now, as to means, according to the medical examiner, the cause of death was ingestion of a MASSIVE amount arsenic, not given in small doses over time, but all at once. Aha, the detectives find that she takes a prescription for pain that includes arsenic. Suspicion gains ground. Except for the fact that no doctor would prescribe or pharmacist would dispense a prescription that would contain sufficient arsenic to qualify as a massive dose, even if the whole bottle was taken at once (and that would be interesting to see, if it could be done, someone forcing a whole bottle of pills down someone's throat). So, that kind of shoots "means" in the arse. When it comes to opportunity, you got it made. But, one out of three - lousy odds. Apparently Mr. Skye did not give enough thought to logic when writing this and expected his readers to do the same. But, I am sure most readers, like myself, think about what they are reading not just consume words. Storyline itself was great, presentation left much to be desired. Unfortunately, this is going to color my feelings as to reading anything further by Mr. Skye.

  27. 5 out of 5

    JC Snipes

    Promising story line but lacked follow through As one who has frequently spent time in Key West on business, I was excited to read this book. I had looked forward to coming across the familiar places and flavors of the unique area. Unfortunately, there was little description given of all the local “flavors”. I continued reading, though, because the story line seemed promising. I’m conflicted about writing this review. I really do not like leaving negative feedback, so I’ll try to balance the goo Promising story line but lacked follow through As one who has frequently spent time in Key West on business, I was excited to read this book. I had looked forward to coming across the familiar places and flavors of the unique area. Unfortunately, there was little description given of all the local “flavors”. I continued reading, though, because the story line seemed promising. I’m conflicted about writing this review. I really do not like leaving negative feedback, so I’ll try to balance the good with my opinion of the bad. To start, the story line was an interesting one but was incredibly predictable ,though not due to a weak story. The predictability came from what maybe should have been subtle clues being blatantly and repeatedly pointed out. These “clues” stuck out like a sore thumb. Slight spoilers to follow: Suddenly the main character loses her fiancé. Suddenly she finds herself in a bad situation. Suddenly she becomes an excellent detective. Suddenly she remembers that she has a bit of what could be evidence with her. Suddenly all is well. If the above paragraph doesn’t bother you with its repetition, then you may enjoy this book. I have a hard time overlooking repetitive repetition (see what I did there?) and ignoring glaring and painfully obvious nonsensical things. Due to the MC’s general lack of emotions with occasional bursts of complete and uncalled for overreactions, I couldn’t connect with her. I tried, but it was a no-go. Again, the story line itself is good. If you can see past the issues I’ve mentioned, you may really enjoy this. I’m curious if the more recent books are a bit more polished. If so, I would gladly read more by this author.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Lillian Cummings

    Is this real? Olivia and Todd are madly in love or is it just a big act? They are off to Key West for the weekend this is the first time that Olivia is coming with him and she is hoping that he is going to propose but is she ready it has only been five months since they started seeing each other? But they haven't told anyone about their relationship yet and that is about to prove deadly. How can she prove that she didn't kill Todd one moment he was fine the next laying in hospital dying? No one Is this real? Olivia and Todd are madly in love or is it just a big act? They are off to Key West for the weekend this is the first time that Olivia is coming with him and she is hoping that he is going to propose but is she ready it has only been five months since they started seeing each other? But they haven't told anyone about their relationship yet and that is about to prove deadly. How can she prove that she didn't kill Todd one moment he was fine the next laying in hospital dying? No one believes that she was engaged to Todd as they kept everything a secret but she never killed him she loved him with all her heart. But the more she digs the stranger things become, Todd wasn't who he said he was, he had many secrets and that is what could have got him killed. Todd is about to break her heart but she can't believe that he didn't love her and wanted to marry only her not the other women but who can she turn to for help? Both families don't believe her about their relationship, they have all turned against her and the police still suspect her. So where to from here, can she find Todd's killer before she loses her life as well? A strange one as Olivia did get on nerves as everything was about her and how everyone was against her but really they kept everything a secret and I don't think that Todd was really ever going to marry her but he can't tell us can he? I am glad that she did stand up for herself in the end.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Sandria

    Well I'm afraid if I gave my review it would be a massive spoiler. All I can say is you immediately know what's going on because something so obvious happens in the opening chapters and is completely not spoken about till the end when you, dear reader, are frustrated that the protagonist didn't voice it at the time!! Also facts that should have been disclosed to you come up towards the end (just to confuse you - not sure if her editor told her to do this but basically it wasn't necessary. It did Well I'm afraid if I gave my review it would be a massive spoiler. All I can say is you immediately know what's going on because something so obvious happens in the opening chapters and is completely not spoken about till the end when you, dear reader, are frustrated that the protagonist didn't voice it at the time!! Also facts that should have been disclosed to you come up towards the end (just to confuse you - not sure if her editor told her to do this but basically it wasn't necessary. It did not throw you off the original track which was/is the right one! It just made out that the Police were rather stupid). Interesting storyline badly told - bit like a Mills and Boon I read when very young (on holiday with nothing else to read!) with a crime-thriller twist! Also I'd have liked something more about the Keys. Went there years ago and loved it so this is what drew me...but basically this story could have happened in New York, New Jersey...anywhere! (Why didn't the author get a friend (not the editor) to read this before she published? Yes, she would have had to re-write the plot to make it more realistic - which would have been a good idea!)

  30. 5 out of 5

    Roberto Mattos

    This is the first book of a series called "Murder in the Keys". It is also the first book I read from this author and I am already hooked into her style. Mrs. Jaden created a set of characters that are very well developed during the book and make you cheer for our heroine on every page we turn. The environment and the overall description of scenes are superb, making you feel the suspense in the air the whole time. She is a natural story teller and the plot is intelligent and intense, with some t This is the first book of a series called "Murder in the Keys". It is also the first book I read from this author and I am already hooked into her style. Mrs. Jaden created a set of characters that are very well developed during the book and make you cheer for our heroine on every page we turn. The environment and the overall description of scenes are superb, making you feel the suspense in the air the whole time. She is a natural story teller and the plot is intelligent and intense, with some twists and it develops in a nice pace. The book was well edited and it is an easy reading, flowing naturally from first page until the end. I read the book during the 4th of July weekend and it took me around 4 hours to read the whole book (in this aspect, it is kind of short and leave you with the feeling that you want more!). I can hardly wait to put my hands on the second volume of this series. I recommend this book to the permanent library of all readers that enjoy a well written suspense/romance. You will not be disappointed.

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