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5.0 out of 5 starsWHAT IS ... The Perfect Secret
Reviewed in the United States on December 11, 2020
Another great psychological thriller. This mystery had me going from one emotional rollercoaster of a ride to another. I was scared for Hannah, sad for Ryan and happy that Jessie is able to keep her family together in Garland Moses house 🏡 no less. This the story of rich self important wealthy people. I am happy that Jessie and Ryan are still together even though he's mobility challenged. A lawyer has been murdered in a rich self righteous Media mogul's house. You will love this book even if you have not read any of Blake Pierce's books you will enjoy this book and maybe make you want to go back and start from the beginning of when Jessie Hunt became a LAPD profiler. I read the first book and after that I was reading one book after the other. These books are really thrilling and some are very intense. I really did not want to go into the story itself because if you love Blake Pierce writings you don't want anyone to tell you what happens and spoil your reading. Get this series not just this book 📚 I highly recommend it.
Loved it as usual just kind of missed the back and forth sweetness between Jessie and Ryan since he’s not in it much. Hanna is starting to like playing detective but only because of the rush she feels when she’s put in a dangerous situation. It’s definitely getting the sisters closer and I like the relationship they have with each other. Can’t wait for the next book 👍🏼👍🏼👍🏼👍🏼👍🏼 🤓❤️📚❣️❣️
4.0 out of 5 starsGood read if you’ve read the series
Reviewed in the United States on December 12, 2020
The first 10 books in the series sets the reader up for this one. The characters are well formed, with new ones such as Karen Bray make the stories more interesting. There might be a few too many angles going, but it’s mostly riveting from the get-go. It’s still a bit frustrating that more care isn’t given to proofing, not sure why that continues to be a thing? Not being an editor, I still caught quite a number of mistakes.