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Publisher's Summary

Levin Crowdley is engaged to the man of her dreams, or so she thought. That is, until a stranger appears on her doorstep to suggest Alec, her adoring fiancé, is anything but. 

No one has ever left Alec. More precisely; no one has ever left Alec and lived to tell about it. 

Levin's life is now about survival, a game of cat and mouse as Alec pursues her. 

And the second he catches her, he’s never letting go. ’Til death do them part. 

©2017 Wilted Lilly LLC (P)2018 Wilted Lilly LLC

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Left me wanting more

Relationships needed more depth. Plot was rushed. The swiftness of the story didn't bode well overall. I enjoyed the snarkiness of the lead male, as well as the narrator. But overall, glad it was over.

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Amateur Writing with Poor Casting

This story had a lot of potential but it was like the author couldn’t decide whether to write a love story or thriller.

The thriller aspect was VERY amateur and the love aspect was juvenile. The love story was laughable. The two character relationships were not developed enough to make the outcome believable.

The story was narrated by one voice which was a guy even though the story talks in first person going back and forth between two characters. The story would have been a lot better if the narrators were male and female. Hearing a man read for a women in first person was hard. It made it difficult to get into the characters.

Lastly, the story ends abruptly leaving multiple loose threads which annoyed me as a listener. If you are going to write mysteries, please give us answers that make sense in the end. Overall, the author has potential but needs to work more on character development and plot.