Bridge Over Troubled Waters by Jeanne Guzman (Review by Catherine – #NerdGirlCat)

Bridge Over Troubled Water

Title: Bridge Over Troubled Waters

Author: Jeanne Guzman 

Published Date: September 17th 2013

Genre:  Romantic Suspense

Rating:

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***THIS BOOK WAS GIVEN TO ME IN EXCHANGE FOR AN HONEST REVIEW***

Synopsis

When Murder disrupts the serenity of Lakewood, Texas, it’s up to detective Rocky Hunter to uncover the identity of the Cedar Ridge killer. With the help of waitress/clairvoyant, Misty Kenyon, Rocky delves into the lake community and finds more than he bargains for. Lies and deceit bring them together, and tear them apart, but can he find the strength to withstand the Bridge Over Troubled Waters.

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***Catherine – #NerdGirlCat’s  Review***

 Misty is a waitress in small lake town and she has a special gift.  She can see into the future with just the touch of her hand.  The small town easines is disrupted by four murders and with no lead on the killer the townspeople are on edge.  Rocky is an undercover cop and has been asigned to find the killer.  With his cover intact he infiltrates the small town and learns the ins and outs of the people living there.   He feels an instant pull towards Misty and they both feel it.  But with all the secrets and lies between them, will they have future or will their trust issues only cause pain?

The mystery of the story is really good.  The author has a way of portraying each character in a way you easily think they are the killer.  You really don’t know who it is until the last few pages, so you are turning the pages just trying to figure it out and if your assumptions are right.  Throw in the romance between Rocky and Misty and you have the perfect balance between mystery and romance.  I would  recommend to anyone that loves mystery.

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  • Michelle Mauer

    This seems like a book I think I would like

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