Saturday, 22 August 2015

Killing Me Softly by Kathryn R. Biel

REVIEWED BY Monique Cashmere

Killing Me SoftlyKilling Me Softly by Kathryn R. Biel
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Sadie has feelings / premonitions / insight to the future. She says random things that seem to then come true. After going to a B&B with her boyfriend of two years, thinking he is going to propose, a bat spoils it all. Sadie realises that Rob is not the one for her. And she has the feeling that he won't ever talk to her again because of it. How right she was!

Alone again, Sadie decides it is time to do things on her own and her way. She buys an old house and sets about renovating it. She also hires a contractor to help, Max. Sadie's sister Jenna keeps popping in uninvited and unannounced. She is always in competition with Sadie. Only just finishing her new bathroom, Jenna has gone and made a mess in there which Sadie cleans up. Once she kicks Jenna out, she goes missing and Sadie is hoping that her feeling won't come true this time.

It is a week from hell for Sadie. She becomes the prime suspect in her sisters disappearance and possible murder, her Dad - after suffering a stroke and spending the last four years in a nursing home - dies and two men are vying for her affection. She has another vision, but just can not be sure who is the right man her Dad is trying to show her in the dream. Who can she trust? Who is on her side?

I throughly enjoyed reading this book. Sadie's best friend Therese was someone I want to hang with. There are some really funny bits between these two. All the characters were well developed and the story line was one that had me thinking and trying to guess the ending constantly. This is the first book I have read from Kathryn R Biel, but I know it won't be the last.

I received a copy of this book for an honest review.
Reviewed for Jo&IsaLoveBooksBlog.

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