Secrets at Cedar Cabin || Book Review

Bailey Fleming’s mother is dead and someone wants her eliminated, too. On the run, she heads to the only place she can think of – a dilapidated cabin on a remote piece of land on the outskirts of Lavender Tides. Soon after her arrival she meets an elderly neighbor, Lily, who slips in and out of the foggy effects of Alzheimer’s. Every encounter with her new friend brings more questions about Bailey’s mother’s connection to the town and she soon realizes her life has been nothing more than a tangled web of lies. With a target on her back, who can she truly trust when she even doubts herself?

Lance’s younger sister, Ava, was kidnapped after running away as a teenager. After 5 years of searching an unexpected tip leads him to an isolated cabin where he comes face to face with Bailey and finds evidence his sister is still alive. But who is this Bailey person, why is she here and what is her connection to this cabin; one the FBI suspects is part of a sex trafficking ring? Could she somehow lead him to Ava?

As Lance and Bailey work to unravel her mother’s past and the mystery surrounding the old cabin, their attraction to each other builds and the danger to Bailey and Ava increases. Will they be able to sort things out before all hope of saving either woman is lost forever?

I have read much by this author, but what I have read I’ve been very impressed with!

Secrets at Cedar Cabin follow the life’s of Bailey and Lance. This book is action packed and full of suspense. This author knows how to write a page turner! One of my friends has recommended her books and I honestly don’t know why I haven’t read them sooner. Suspense is one of my favorite genres and this author does a very good job writing it. I definitely recommend suspense fans trying her books! Her writing style is great and her books are hard to put down.

“I received a free copy of this book in exchange of my honest review. All thoughts are my own.”

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