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    4.75 Stars!

    This was a fabulous romantic suspense that felt subtle in it's delivery, but packed a solid punch. Although I had my own ebook copy of the book, I was gifted a recently released audio copy. The narrator was amazing and gave the story a perfectly nuanced suspense in a quaint England small-town setting. I was absolutely mesmerized and wanted to listen straight through. Parallel Lies was a romantic suspense that leaned heavier on suspense and character redemption. The author did a superb job with the development of Maddie's character. She was a strong female protagonist, but with vulnerabilities that demanded empathy. Given her propensities, I was surprised and equally thrilled with how much I liked her. While the romance was more understated, Maddie's love interest had a few chapters in his POV. Since I was listening to the audio, I was taken aback when after 7 chapters in Maddie's 1st person POV, the next chapter began in 2nd person. I recovered quickly and thoroughly enjoyed the shift with the hero's chapters in a contrasting POV. It must be said, a very well-done and interesting 2nd person POV. The story didn't end on a cliffhanger, but it did have a rather open/HFN conclusion. From what I understand and to my delight, there will be more to come in the world of Madeleine Ross.
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    A hidden past

    Madeleine leaves a criminal life behind. She escapes from Tad. She gets a new identity and starts a new life. She gets settled in her new life and meets Dan, who fall for each other. But Madeleine's past love ,Tad, finds her and wants her to team up again for a jewel heist. I could not put this novel down. It captivated me from the beginning. Can Madeleine escape her past or continue in her new life she loves?

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