Wickingham Way (A Harbour Falls Mystery #3) by S.R. Grey (Review by Melanie – #NerdGirlVamp)

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Title: Wickingham Way (A Harbour Falls Mystery #3)

Author: S.R. Grey

Published Date: January 14th 2014

Genre: Romance / Mystery


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 When Maddy Fitch discovers there’s a hit out on the love of her life–the handsome, but often secretive Adam Ward–she concludes life with such a powerful man may never be normal. 

But who wants normal? Not Maddy–mystery writer and sometimes-sleuth. 

The heart-stopping action begins immediately in Wickingham Way when an attempt is made on Adam’s life, prompting the couple to seek refuge at a “safe house.” 

Tucked away in a cabin deep in the heart of Maine, Maddy and Adam fall deeper in love. But their happiness is cut short when someone they care for deeply is kidnapped, by the same organization that wants Adam Ward dead. 

Adam and Maddy return to Harbour Falls, and a dangerous cat-and-mouse game ensues. Twists and turns abound, keeping Maddy and Adam on their toes. But will the consequences of the decisions they make prove deadly? 

Only time will tell. 

Final novel of A Harbour Falls Mystery Series/Trilogy. Romantic Suspense/Contemporary Romance/Mystery genres. 

****Wickingham Way is book number three (and the final book) in A Harbour Falls Mystery series/trilogy, but this novel can be read as a stand-alone.****

*Mature themes, explicit/graphic sex, some violence*

***Contains Graphic Sex, Strong Language and Adult Situations. Not for young readers***
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***Melanie – #NerdGirlVamp’s  Review***

 This is the third and final installment in the Harbour Falls mystery series and picks up right where we left off at the end of Willow Point. Again I would disagree with the author about reading this as a stand alone.  I seriously think these books should be read in order.

This time the story is definitely more focused on the relationship side of things and where as the first two books I would class as mysteries with the romance on the side this is pretty much the reverse.

Don’t get me wrong, this does not in any way make this a lesser read. There is still a good underlying puzzle to solve (which yet I again I didn’t manage) but the fact that the mystery takes more of a back burner actually made it more believable.

I really enjoyed this trilogy devouring all 3 books in as many days and would highly recommend them.

A sold 4 1/2 out of 5 stars from me (Rounded up as per my protocol).


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