The Mistaken by Nancy S. Thompson (Review By Mira)


***Review From Mira For The Nerd Girl Page***

I was given a copy of the book from the author in exchange for an honest review


All Tyler Karras wants is to enjoy life with his expectant bride. What he gets instead is a graveside seat at her funeral. With the woman who killed her uncharged and still free, all Ty wants now is revenge.

His brother, Nick, has dangerous connections and suggests a sadistic plan:  grab the woman responsible and hand her over to his associates–sex-traffickers in San Francisco’s Russian Mafia. They offer Ty more than he dreamed possible. In exchange for the woman, they’ll finally let his brother leave the business for good–with his debt wiped clean and his heart still beating.

There’s just one problem:  Ty kidnaps the wrong woman.

Now he must protect Hannah Maguire from the very enemy he’s unleashed, but the Russians are holding Nick as leverage to force Ty to complete the deal. Caught in a no-win situation, Ty must find a way to save himself, his brother, and the woman, but with the Russian Mafia, even two out of three makes for very long odds.


My review:

I would definitely give this book a 5-star review mystery/thriller isn’t generally my go to genre for reading, but I was not disappointed! I found myself unable to put the book down; from the first sentence I was intrigued. I found myself attached to the very well developed characters. You could feel Tyler’s inner turmoil with his brother and the love of his life and everything else that came with the mafie. I loved the aspect of the revenge in it and the mafia and the huge aspect that family plays on everyone’s lives. Over all Thomspon did a spectacular job of telling such a unique story. I definitely look forward to reading anything else this author puts out!

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  • Nancy Saling Thompson

    Oh thank you SO much! Happy dance time!

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