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Life After Death: A Romance Suspense by TJ…

Life After Death: A Romance Suspense

by TJ Graham

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Title: Life After Death
Author: T.J. Graham
Publisher: Prodigy Gold Books; 1 edition
Reviewed By: Arlena Dean
Rating: Four

"Life After Death: A Romance Suspense" by T. J. Graham

My Thoughts....

I found this story to be very interesting in how a death can affect a person. For Mackenzie Hill after the death of her husband she was now raising three children and working as as journalist who had received a award who had been urged by her dear friend Joel Sanders to 'explore dating' and that was just what she did.

So, when Keith Wilson a sex crimes detective asks Mackenzie for a date all seemed to go well on the date until it didn't. Then due to Mackenzie's daughter [Traci] problems she meet Dr. Andre Quinton Lang. Not long after meeting the doctor and after one date all seemed to be going well for these two. However Dr. Lang had been through quite a bite as the 'unsolved murder of his wife and daughter' in Memphis, TN still plagued him since this had not been a solved case. Now we find him trying to move on now living in Atlanta. However, Dr. Lang was unaware that this killer had followed him to Atlanta. Mackenzie had shared all with Andre about her life but for some reason he did share all that had happened to his wife and daughter. Definitely secrets that are not shared as in this situation will definitely come back to bite you! Well, when things start to come out how will all of this vengeance shatter Mackenzie's world?

This author really does a good job at giving the reader quite a suspenseful romantic read that will keep you turning the pages till the end to see just who and why this person was definitely involved with Dr. Lang.

I will say that the epilogue wasn't my favorite ending because I didn't really like the detective as well as I liked the doctor. Yes, I know Andre had problems and definitely should have never stopped going to his therapist. However, I could see that this would definitely be one of those reads that would need a part two in seeing if there could ever be anything ever happening between Mackenzie and Andre as one can see that 'Life After Death' is not a easy road. Hopefully, Andre would seek therapy and get the help that he needed. I did feel that there was love that Andre did have for Mackenzie and her children. Yes, as I said earlier this wasn't my favorite ending, however the story was still interesting that will keep your attention as you are turning the pages to the end. ( )
  arlenadean | Jul 19, 2018 |
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