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    An engaging read!!

    Each book in the Count to Ten series never fails to give me both thrills and chills! Each book has a gripping mystery that takes my imagination to places that are just terrifying but the cast of characters are just so endearing that they keep me coming back for more. In Seven, Daisy and Mark seemed to have a perfect life until the one day Daisy left. Not only did she leave Mark but she left her children behind as well. With no explanation and no excuses. It was the question of her motivation that had everyone casting doubt as to what Daisy was caught up in when someone she had a connection to was discovered at a crime scene.*** There were plenty of twists and turns in this story because Daisy’s motivation always came into question. Trying to piece together how she was possibly connected to the murders that were taking place was quite mysterious and intriguing. It was really hard to feel the parts from the kid’s points of view because they were hurting over their mother’s abandonment. I liked that I was able to consider Daisy’s choices in terms of would I have made the same choices in her shoes. That definitely had me turning the pages to see where the story was going to take me.*** I loved the suspense element in Seven! When the true reason that Daisy had left her family was revealed I was definitely surprised and horrified for her. The crime element in this story was probably one of the most horrific yet. In terms of the romance element, it was hard for me to get “caught up” in Daisy’s and Mark’s struggles and really connect to them because their relationship had already been established and I didn’t really respect Daisy for her choices. I will be honest though, Seven absolutely left me feeling unsettled! There was a story thread that was left open that I wish had not been. I am desperately hoping that there is justice for a certain victim in this story in the next book, Eight. Overall though, this was an engaging read that is a wonderful addition to this series! *** This review is based on a complimentary book I received from Author, Jane Blythe. It is an honest and voluntary review. The complimentary receipt of it in no way affected my review or rating.

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