Living on the streets was easier for Carly Sue McCluskie than living with her nasty great-uncle in a town where she’s despised for unknown reasons.
Though she knows she shouldn’t have returned to the little Utah town, Carly does, hoping to rid herself of demons and bury the past with her now deceased uncle.
Little does she know that somewhere amongst the trash, broken down equipment, and rotting building is something someone wants. Something they’re willing to kill to have.
Broken Deeds, Broken Hearts is a very sad romantic mystery. Yes, someone killed Ezra and someone was trying to kill Carly but, for me, the bigger mystery was Seth. His anger and guilt were just so sad that when paired with Carly’s life the suspense just took a back seat.
Broken Deeds, Broken Hearts is a good book and, as a plus, I received an ARC and didn’t notice a grammatical or punctuation error at all! (This is an Advance copy & I constantly find errors in professionally bound books!)
The only thing about Broken Deeds, Broken Hearts I didn’t like is that so much is made out of Seth’s guilt but I personally didn’t feel that enough emphasis was given to his actual crime, just to his fix.
|Author:||Cindy A Christiansen|
|Source:||The author sent a pdf copy of Broken Deeds, Broken Hearts to me in exchange for only an honest review.|
|Publisher & Date:||November 2nd 2015 by Dragonfly Spirit Books|
|Genre:||Contemporary Western Romantic Mystery|
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