Harbour Falls by: S. R. Grey

by - Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Title: Harbour Falls
Author: S. R. Grey
Publisher: S. R. Grey
Pages: 344
Format: ebook
Source: Full Moon Bites Tour


Best-selling author Maddy Fitch, researching material for a new novel, returns to her hometown of Harbour Falls to investigate a disappearance that has haunted the tiny Maine coastal town for the past four years. Maddy soon discovers that the case has gone cold, but the prime suspect, Adam Ward, is hotter than ever. Now living on an isolated island, Maddy takes up residence near the sexy Mr. Ward's home. As she begins to seek out answers, the mystery deepens, putting Maddy in jeopardy. Lies, secrets, deceptions. Nothing is ever what it seems in Harbour Falls.

A steamy novel that immerses the reader in an intricate storyline that will keep them glued till the very last page.

My Thoughts: 

Maddy Fitch has decided to go home to Harbour Falls to live on an island and find out what happened in a mystery surrounding Adam Ward's fiance who disappeared.  The prime suspect being her fiance Adam Ward.  Maddy wants to write a story about the whole mystery, and throws herself deep into the mystery to uncover what really happened.  The only problem being she is falling for him in the process.

Adam's Wards finance Chelsea seems to have many hidden secrets some involve drugs and affairs, and something she is holding over Adam's head will Maddy be able to figure it out or is Adam really the murderer?  What happened all those years ago.

This book picks up quick and has you hooked trying to find out what happened and who is involved.  The attraction between Maddy and Adam is electric causing you to feel the chemistry between them.  Is he really attracted to her or is she a pawn in this whole thing?

I really enjoyed delving into the mystery in this book and read it one sitting trying to figure who the murderer was and was shocked at the ending not at all what I was expecting a great book!

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