About the Book
Book: The Vacant House
Author: Tamara G. Cooper
Genre: Romantic Suspense
Release Date: June 3, 2019
She knows she didn’t do it, but everybody thinks she did.
It all begins when best-selling author Sophie O’Brion is the last person to see a murder victim alive. She looks even more guilty when a woman from her church is beaten, and Sophie was seen with her just hours before. Suddenly, people she has known her entire life begin pointing accusing fingers at her.
Marine Master Sergeant Burke Maguire, an old flame who dumped Sophie years ago, has recently been hired as a police officer in Forman Falls, Texas, and is assigned her case. She doesn’t want his help.
As she gets deeper and deeper into trouble, though, she must rely on him, but trusting him is another matter.
Will they be able to work together, maneuver dangerous twists and turns, and finally clear her name?
A clean romantic suspense novel that grips you from the very beginning and won’t let you go! The Vacant House is an unforgettable adventure. Read it today, if you have plans to stay up all night.
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I’m fairly certain this was my first introduction to this author.
I was not at all sure what to expect when I began to read.
This book is labeled as romantic suspense, but it is more than that! I found it to have a very unique and interesting sense of humor. (I look forward to reading more by this author, to see if that’s normal for her, or maybe it’s just for this particular series)
Anyway..the story is a suspense story, but things keep happening. To the main character, I mean. First, Sophie is accused by her neighbor of killing his cat. And then, it seems as though the police think she is guilty of this. And all her neighbors turn against her…Say what?! All of this because of a supposed dead cat? Only come to find out….well, yeah, I don’t really want to give spoilers here.
Let’s just say, the odds are stacked against Sophie. But things seem just a little off…
I wanted to keep reading this book, to find out what would happen next.
The level of suspense in this book, well, it wasn’t quite as high as I would have expected from a suspense novel, in all reality, it felt more like a cozy mystery to me. But I did enjoy the twists and turns, the unexpected events and people that kept showing up.
All in all, it was an intriguing read, and I look forward to reading more in this series!
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7 thoughts on “Blog Tour – The Vacant House”
Thank you for having me on your blog, Rosalyn. And thank you for the review! Sophie (not Harper) is a different kind of character, for sure. She’s quirky and funny and loves to be alone. But life gets in the way sometimes, doesn’t it, especially when murder accusations come her way! Thanks again! Be blessed!
Oops! I’m sorry I got her name wrong…I went back and fixed it on my review! 🙂 (I have a hard time remembering character’s names…not sure where I got Harper from… 😉 ) Thanks so much, Tamara, for stopping by my blog!!
I enjoyed stopping by so much, Rosalyn. I appreciate everything you’re doing for writers. Hugs and blessings, Tamara
I liked the review, thank you.
I love when’s books have some humor thrown in. I want to read this one!
This book sounds like a really great and intriguing read. Nice cover.
Humor and suspense sound like a winning combination!