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Posted May 10, 2012
Love this author!
I am never disappointed with Lynette Eason's books. They are always edge-of-your-seat page-turners, and this one is no exception. I could envision the setting - Fitzgerald Bay...such detail in her writing. There are actually two mysteries going on at the same time, which really threw in a lot of twists. Not terribly hard to figure out who was terrorizing Demi, and there is always a little love story that develops in Eason's stories along with enough of a lesson in faith to be inspiring; all trademarks in Eason's books, but the suspense is always present. I always finish her books wanting to get right into another!
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Posted November 22, 2012
The Black Sheep¿s Redemption by Lynette Eason Fitzgerald Bay Ser
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Fitzgerald Bay Series Book 5
Dr. Charles Fitzgerald is having a rough patch in his life. His nanny was murdered, he is a suspect, his business has slowed to a crawl because of the accusations and he can’t find help with his two year old twins as no one wants to work for him. Has God completely abandoned him?
Demi Taylor, well if that’s even her name, she was badly beaten and lost her memory. No one knows her, no one claimed her. She chose to come to Fitzgerald Bay and she met Fiona Fitzgerald. With Fiona’s help she quickly had a job as a nanny. A nanny for a man the town seemed to consider a murderer. She may not know who she is but she trusted her instincts and they told her that Charles was trustworthy.
The series continues to build. Lynette brings out the emotions of her characters. The fears Demi has of the dark but not knowing why. It really struck me how Charles is treated. How quickly people he has known all his life have turned on him. We are quick to do this in real life as well, let the gossip mongers steer our opinions. This book has a few surprises that I was not anticipating at all. Looking forward to the last book in the series to see all the loose ends pulled together and the murderer caught in The Deputy’s Duty by Terri Reed.
Posted November 12, 2012
Penultimate book in the Fitzgerald Bay series In this sweet litt
Penultimate book in the Fitzgerald Bay seriesWas this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
In this sweet little Christian romantic suspense from the Harlequin, Charles Fitzgerald has been accused of the murder of his nanny, and the only woman who is willing to replace the nanny is Demi Taylor, a young woman who recently suffered a head wound and can't remember who she is. Fitzgerald's family, who pretty much runs the town, is suspected of hiding evidence on the case. Will they be able to clear his name to everyone's satisfaction? And just who IS Demi, and why does she feel someone is stalking her?
This book is the penultimate book in a romantic suspense series about the Fitzgerald family (who apparently has a very suspenseful and romantically inclined few months during the murder investigation). Although I hadn't read any of the previous books in the series, this book had all of the information needed to understand what was going on. However, there are several loose ends in the book, leaving an opening for us to explore the romantic inclinations of Ryan Fitzgerald AND to discover *dum dum dum* the murderer. (At least I certainly HOPE we discover who the murderer is.) :) I really needed some fluffy reading at the moment that I picked this book up, and this certainly delivered. Light, quick, fun, romantic, and suspenseful. I'm glad I read it, and I'll probably pick up some of the others in the series (at the very least I'll pick up the last book so I can finish the story).
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