Thursday, November 24, 2011

Merciful Law by Darby Rae

Merciful LawMerciful Law by Darby Rae
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

In this debut novel by Darby Rae, you are taken on the journey of Deborah's life. She is a successful attorney who has just had enough of marriage to her attorney husband, Lawrence. For reasons unbeknownst to the reader (until the very end), Deborah feels that she has to leave Lawrence and change her identity. She moves to Indiana and finds a job working for Emmet. As Annie, Deborah feels pretty safe but enrolls herself in self-defense classes and continues to fear her husband will find her.

This is a very fast paced novel full of adventure, romance, and mystery. It keeps you on your toes wondering who might die (the over tells you someone will!) and how they might possibly breathe their last breath. I predicted who it might be but not the manner in which it would happen. I fell in love with several characters in this book. My only complaint is that there are several typos and grammatical errors throughout.

I recommend this book to those who like a good mystery!

You might want to know that there is strong language, mention of Mass (not real heavy on the religious issues), and intimate scenes.

I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for my honest review, which you have received here.

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