“Masterful writing from three powerhouse storytellers.”-NYT bestselling author Tosca Lee
“The One Rule Is, Don’t Mess With The Past”
But he did, and now ex-detective Rembrandt Stone is reaping the devastation of ignoring those words when he traveled back in time to solve the one case that had haunted his dreams.
Yes, he solved the crime. Yes, he saved lives. But Rembrandt returns to find the unthinkable has happened and his life has shattered.
There’s only one answer: break the rule again. Go back in time once more, fix what went wrong, save what went right, and yeah, in his spare time solve another brutal crime.
But it’s not so easy to change time, especially when time turns you into a target. And of course there’s the strong possibility if he goes again, he’ll never get back.
Get ready for your mind to be blown in Book 2 of the time-travel suspense series, The True Lies of Rembrandt Stone.
Look out! The more Rem Stone tries to fix things in the past, the more his life in the present keeps getting in a worse predicament.
I both loved and hated the first book in this series. And now, my strong feelings also include this book. What a ride! This is one of those series where you’d want to just keep reading, one right after the other…because the end of this book is definitely NOT where I want an ending!! I need more! 🙂
This is another extremely intense, riveting and action packed book.
I liked reading it, but I definitely can’t say I enjoyed seeing what happens when a person goes back and meddles in the past…
This time, Rem is determined to stop the one thing that forever haunts his wife Eve, the deaths of her father and brother. When Rem goes back to that time frame, he discovers what it can do to meddle with the past….will he be able to save them for Eve. If he does, what will he find when he goes back to his present life?
If you enjoy suspense, or time travel in particular, then this is a must read! But…this is definitely a series that MUST be read in order. So, if you haven’t read Cast the First Stone, then be sure and go read that one now!
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