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Review: Sins of the Past

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Happy Tuesday, Reader Friends!!

Today I will be sharing my thoughts on the novella collection, Sins of the Past. ​It’s Christian romantic suspense at its finest. I mean, how can it not be great when you add Dee Henderson, Dani Pettry, and Lynette Eason all in one book?!

​Before I share my thoughts, let me share some information. You can buy Sins of the Past ​at Amazon, B&N, and CBD, among other retailers. You can find these ladies at their websites. Go HERE for Ms. Henderson, HERE for Ms. Pettry, and HERE for Ms. Eason. Now, on to the review!

In Ms. Henderson’s novella, Missing, we’re introduced to Sharon and John. John’s mother is missing and Sharon’s leading the group of cops who are dedicated to find her. This wasn’t my favorite of the novellas but I’ll definitely read another novel by Ms. Henderson since her other novels have been great.

In Ms. Pettry’s novella, Shadowed, ​we’re introduced to Ben and Libby. Y’all they’re the parents of the McKenna clan and I can’t tell you how siked I was when I realized that. Who doesn’t love the McKenna’s?!

​The story of how they meet is intriguing but goes up a notch in the action department when they discover a dead body. I won’t go into details, but I’ll leave you with this. If you love the McKennas then you’ll love reading how their parents fell in love.

In Ms. Eason’s novella, Blackout, ​the reader is introduced to Macey. Macey was an eye witness to a murder. Problem is, she has no complete memory of it. I LOVED the premise and how Ms. Eason pulled me into the story. Then again, I’m not surprised because her stories always manages to hook me from the beginning. This novella was no different.

*​Overall, I give this novella 4 out of 5 stars.


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