Wickingham Way: A Harbour Falls Mystery #3

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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...

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Overview

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 Trilogy. Romantic Suspense/Contemporary Romance/Mystery genres.

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

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780615912424
  • Publisher: S.R. Grey
  • Publication date: 1/22/2014
  • Pages: 236
  • Sales rank: 826,171
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.50 (d)

Meet the Author

S.R. Grey is the author of the bestselling novel Harbour Falls, as well as Willow Point and Wickingham Way, all novels in A Harbour Falls Mystery series. She is also the author of I Stand Before You, the first novel in the Judge Me Not series (New Adult/Contemporary Romance genres).

Ms. Grey resides in western Pennsylvania. She has a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration degree, as well as an MBA. Her background is in business, but her passion lies in writing.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 19, 2014

    What an amazing finish to a fantastic and fun series. Wickingham

    What an amazing finish to a fantastic and fun series. Wickingham Way gives the reader a delicious dose of steam and romance between Adam and Maddy. Lots of hot moments, but plenty of sweet, heart-touching times as well. I loved how everything was wrapped up nicely and in a satisfying way for the reader. Bravo, Ms. Grey!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted March 17, 2014

    3.5 Stars Not as good as book 1 and 2 in the series.

    I don't think the author knew where for sure she wanted to go with this final book in the Harbour Falls series. There was more romance (and sex) in this installment, but not much else, the last few chapters were pretty ho-hummm.

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  • Posted March 11, 2014

    So now as I was reading this last book I kept thinking...well, n

    So now as I was reading this last book I kept thinking...well, no more secrets right? Heck no! Adam's work is super secretive and he works for the government sometimes. So what is all that about? Danger!!!

    Maddy is getting ready to move back, maybe... let's face it, she needs to be with Adam. Still, that curiosity of hers keeps getting her in trouble. She thinks Stowe is moving out and finally leaving town. But being the way she is, she has to go and snoop around. As she breaks into the man's house, she starts rummaging around his files and discovers Adam is in danger. This triggers a series of events that cannot be stopped. Maddy at least has learned by now that she has to trust Adam. She has to come clean and not keep secrets from him.

    I thought for sure as events were spinning out of control in this installment that for sure one of them would end up dead and no happy ending for us. You have to read this hoping that by now your nails are not bleeding from biting them incessantly.

    One good thing as you are reading this last installment is how intimate Maddy is getting with Adam. We hope that finally all issues will be set aside and these two characters will find peace in the love they share.Finally this is the beginning to a beautiful relationship!

    Our author has definitely woven quite a mystery worthy of the best. Hope you enjoy the ride as much as I did!

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  • Posted March 10, 2014

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    There are a few things why I thoroughly enjoyed Wickingham Way.

    There are a few things why I thoroughly enjoyed Wickingham Way. The primary reason is there's more of Adam Ward, yay!  In the previous books, when Maddy finds herself in danger, she usually takes it upon herself to find a way out of sticky situations. This often includes skirting around the truth with Adam.  In Wickingham Way, Adam is the one in danger.  Maddy has finally learned to be honest and more forthcoming with him as the mystery and twists play out.  Finally, Adam and Maddy get to spend a whole lot of alone time together. Oh, yeah, these two were due for some naughty-fun times!

    I loved the addition of the character of Agent Lenehan.  I also appreciated the friendship and bonding aspect to this story.  The best part is all the important points from books 1 and 2 are explained in Wickingham Way. This book can be enjoyed as a standalone! S.R. Grey has written a lovely conclusion to the trilogy. I'm actually going to miss the setting of Harbour Falls and Fade Island.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 22, 2014

    For me reading one of Grey's books is like sitting in a comfy ch

    For me reading one of Grey's books is like sitting in a comfy chair. Once I'm settled in it's extremely difficult to get up and walk away! Wickingham Way was no exception because it was an absolutely wonderful ending to an amazing series. In this final book Maddy stumbles onto one more dangerous mystery to solve, and faced with this new danger we watch as Maddy and the always sexy Adam Ward work together to put an end to the trouble. There were definitely some tense and dangerous situations in the first half but for me overall the book was a beautiful look at how Maddy and Adam's relationship has grown and changed through all the dangers they've faced. Unlike the other books though this time by the end all of the big questions are answered everything is wrapped up nicely.
    I have to say I will certainly miss all of these fun and quirky characters and this beautiful world that S.R. Grey has created but I very much look forward to seeing what she comes up with next! From beginning to end this book does not disappoint and in my opinion not only Wickingham Way but the entire Harbour Falls series is HIGHLY recommended.

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  • Posted January 30, 2014

    Wickingham Way starts off where Willow Point ended. Maddy just r

    Wickingham Way starts off where Willow Point ended. Maddy just realized how dangerous her boyfriend, Adam Wards, life really is so they decide to go back to Fade Island, only once they get there all hell breaks loose when Adam gets targeted by an assassin. They decide the best thing for them is to hide themselves in a safe house, a secluded cabin deep in the snowy forest. And while this is suppose to be a safety precaution, Maddy and Adam don’t waste any time taking advantage of their cozy getaway, but the danger is still out there and their stay at the cabin abruptly ends when they get word that someone they care about has been taken by the same organization Adam was trying to take down. 




    I love these books. S.R Grey has such a natural ability with writing the perfect blend of suspense, action and sizzling romance. This is the last book in the Harbour Falls series and I’m sad to see it go. I've grown so attached to controlling Adam Ward and curious Maddy Fitch, but ya know, I couldn't have asked for a better ending then what we got.




    While the first two books in this series are more of a whodunit mystery, I would have to say this one is more action packed and suspenseful. But I don’t really mind since mystery is all about secrets and Adam and Maddy has had more then their share of those. I think in this book we finally get to really see Adam differently as we learn about the Wickingham Way project and his organization. And while we've always known Maddy to be a spunky girl who can take care of herself, it was really good to see that they both took care of each other in this installment. I also really loved the setting in this book. I've always been a huge sucker for tucked away cabins. There is just something so quaint and quiet about them that makes for a wonderful romantic atmosphere. It’s here that Adam and Maddy take the time to really fall more deeply in love. Those were my favorite moments, the talks, dinners and games (Naked Twister. Yum) and all the steamy sexy-times. These two have been through so many obstacles, so it was just really great to seeing them happy.




    Adam and Maddy have really grown since we first meet them in Harbour falls, both as a couple and individually.
    While I love nothing more then an intense, brooding and always in control Adam West, there was a newer side to Adam in this book that we get to see. He was more playful in a sexy-dangerous way but also tender and warm. I also love the way he’s so protective of Maddy and that he would do anything to keep her safe.
    Maddy has always been a curious creature, but I love that she makes snooping look like an adorable art form. Maddy also likes to ask the big questions to get the bigger picture, which I love since she lets the reader into her world and gives us something to ponder and process as the story unfolds. I was also happy to see that she lets Adam lead in this book and while she’s worried about his safety she’s come to understand that he can take care of himself and trust to keep them safe.
    Together Adam and Maddy have really grown as a couple. There’s a reason why there is less mystery and curiosity in this book and I think it’s because they finally reached a point in their relationship where they can trust one another with every aspect of their lives and be happy with who they are as a couple. But don’t worry, Adam and Maddy has always had a physical connection that is seductive, sexy and sweet and Grey really takes the intimacy and intensity to a whole new level. Swoon-worthy stuff my friends!




    All in all, I really loved this book. I love the heart pounding energy and pace of the plot and the heartwarming moments in the romance. I’m so gong to miss all of these characters and this series. But Grey wrote a perfect ending that made me ready to let them go. Adam and Maddy leaves us with smiles and laughter and kisses and a bright new hope for their future. Fans of the Harbour Falls mystery will love this final installment. And I'm looking forward to reading Grey's next book, Never Doubt Me, the second book in the Judge Me Not series, which stars Chase. Can't wait!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 24, 2014

    Glad I'm Done

    I completed this series, because I am stubborn and don't like to leave a book unfinished. I reviewed #1 & #2. This one was even more unrealistic than the first two. The sexual content continued to increase in this one and the story line, what there was of one, was weak and seemed to be secondary to all the coupling, even with all the sappy declarations of true, forever-type love. This writer has talent, but the downward slide into the tawdry and pornagraphic descriptions makes me wonder if they have chosen the right genre for what they want to write.

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