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Danielle's Body
     

Danielle's Body

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by Kaira Lansing
 
Lauren starts having nightly visions of her deceased best friend, Danielle. Lauren confides in her fiance, Mark, who insists her visions are stress related. When Lauren begins having brief mental conversations with Danielle, she seeks out the help of a medium, in hopes of a better understanding in how to further communicate with the deceased.

Lauren begins to piece

Overview

Lauren starts having nightly visions of her deceased best friend, Danielle. Lauren confides in her fiance, Mark, who insists her visions are stress related. When Lauren begins having brief mental conversations with Danielle, she seeks out the help of a medium, in hopes of a better understanding in how to further communicate with the deceased.

Lauren begins to piece together her brief mental conversations with Danielle and soon discovers Danielle's death was not accidental. With new evidence, Danielle's case is reopened and makes national headlines when Danielle's grave is exhumed and her casket is empty.

With the clock ticking, and the killer getting closer, Lauren must move quickly before she finds herself an accomplice to her best friend's murder.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780990816614
Publisher:
Author Kaira Lansing
Publication date:
12/11/2014
Pages:
348
Product dimensions:
5.06(w) x 7.81(h) x 0.72(d)

Meet the Author

Kaira Lansing was born in the Midwest, where she grew up and later fell in love and married the 'Official' Guy Next Door. (True Story)

Kaira writes Romantic Suspense and is the Author behind the Hattie Gray Mystery Novels. Her first Hattie Gray Novel, DANIELLE'S BODY, was released in 2014.

In 2015 she published her short story, A NIGHT WITH THE MOON. Her next short story, JUST LEAVE ME BROKEN will release Fall 2015 under the Craving Heart Confessions imprint.

Kaira is currently writing her first full-length novel, THE SHADOWS ARE FALLING. This book is the prequel to her upcoming series being released Winter of 2015/2016 under the Craving Heart Books imprint.

When not writing, Kaira can be found out on dates with the Guy Next Door, scoping out restaurants in search of the BEST Ultimate Nachos. She also in an avid reader and loves to run. She drinks way too much soda, hence her new passion for Brandy and Coke. She is famously known for her practical pranks involving: post-it notes, saran wrap, a toilet cake and a surprise birthday party with a cake that almost burned down her house!

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Danielle's Body 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Erani_Kole More than 1 year ago
*received a copy from the author in her giveaway* This is a 2.5 but the second half of the book improved it to a 3. Before anything else, the majority of reasons for the 2.5 rating came from the writing itself. There wasn't a very good flow until after the first hundred pages, though by then I believe it was because I got used to it. There was trouble with the use of past and present tense, words were mixed up throughout the book (to, too), and (irrelevant) details were reiterated more than necessary. I find these important because they have at least half the influence on how one will be left after reading this. All of this made the reading experience less enjoyable than it could have been, because the plot itself seemed really interesting and the tension with 'who'd done it' definitely got five stars with the suspense. However, instead of getting into the story, I was constantly distracted by the technicality until much later. The drama revealed between the couples was also entertaining, but there were a a lot of times when I questioned the characters. Lauren, for example, felt a little unrealistic because she seemed to be very trusting and naive, yet on the other hand, she'd put together clues that weren't as subtle, leaving me to wonder what she was thinking when the more obvious red lights flashed. There was just a lot of inconsistency that made it harder to click with her. I did, however, have a lot of respect for her towards the end when she had to play a part in order to survive. Very nice. The two main men in question, Kalvin and Mark, were equally questionable which made it exciting to figure out who was what as I read, but because of all the factors that made this hard to read, it resulted in me taking a little longer to enjoy their dastardly characters. In the end, they're both jerks to me, but no one's perfect. This isn't a bad story. The book could use a good revising on the flow, grammar and delivery, but the plot itself isn't half bad when it comes to the creepy factor. I most certainly had to pause at times because I made the mistake of reading this late at night with the closet door open T_T. The creepiness and mystery is something worth checking out, and if you don't mind the first hundred pages, you may actually see yourself getting into it. I say it's a 50/50 chance you'll hate it or be entertained.