Deadly Commitment by Kathy Harris
As Danielle Kemp walks out of her downtown Nashville condominium, she gets the eerie feeling someone is watching her. As days go by, she becomes convinced the homeless man outside her building is stalking her. But after learning the real identity of the intimidating stranger, she faces something even more threatening―the truth about her fiancé.
I found this to be an intriguing story.
The level of suspense was not as high as I would have preferred, but there were enough twists and turns to keep me reading.
Danni was a wonderful heroine. I would have liked to ask her, however, why she stuck to her boyfriend Rob…and why she didn’t allow herself to recognize him for who he really was.
The story progresses a bit more slowly, and is a bit more predictable then many other romantic suspense stories I’ve read.
The bad guys are revealed fairly early on. The whys and wherefores are what is revealed bit by bit, as the story progresses. There were some unexpected happenings, and I definitely didn’t feel like I could see how the story would end before I got there.
The sobering realities of drugs and becoming addicted to riches. This story tells us about this and more.
All in all, I found this to be an enjoyable read. This new-to-me author is one that I definitely want to read more of.
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