Now, someone is after her. Is it her devastated in-laws that never thought she was good enough for her precious son? Is it one of his colleagues who still mourn the loss of a prominent attorney? Is it the ex-wife of her new boss and neighbor who seems to think something more is going on?
Will they find her tormentor before Elizabeth becomes a casualty?
What I liked: Behind Closed Doors just didn’t stop. It pulled in you from page one and didn’t release you until the last words.
What I didn’t like: Behind Closed Doors was a bit light on suspense for me.
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|Adult — Probably okay for some older teens but there are some pretty steamy parts.
|Daniels Brothers, 1
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