Tuesday, June 4, 2013

2B Tuesday #37

2B Tuesday...Where I highlight a book from my endless to-be-read list. Those books need love too!

The Night Before by Lisa Jackson
Savannah, #1
Paperback, 352 pages

Published March 1st 2003 by Zebra
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New York Times bestselling author Lisa Jackson's romantic suspense novel The Night Before is a chilling tale of murder and madness, with a romance that's to-die-for. For generations, the Montgomery family has been tormented by dark secrets, scandals, and tragedy, but Caitlin Montgomery Bandeaux has more to worry about than the past. Awakening from a night of dreams filled with images of her estranged husband, Josh Bandeaux, being brutally murdered, Caitlin finds herself and her home smeared with blood. She's had blackouts before, but she's terrified to realize she has only fragments of memory of the previous night, especially when the police inform her that Josh has been found dead in a pool of his own blood. Josh's dirty business deals and shabby treatment of women have made him one of the most hated men in Atlanta -- as well as one of the richest -- and Caitlin wasn't the only one with plenty of reason to want him dead. But with his lifeblood splattered over the papers for their divorce, and for his planned lawsuit against her for the wrongful death of their daughter, she's a prime suspect when the apparent suicide turns out to be murder. Suddenly Caitlin's future may depend on her new therapist's ability to help her sort out elusive memories from her fragmentary nightmares -- all under the terrifying shadow of a family history of madness.
Sue Stone
I love a good romantic suspense novel and Lisa Jackson is one of the few others that can do it for me. I have read Lisa’s New Orleans series and really enjoyed it. I have also read the first two books in the Wicked Series which she co-wrote with Nancy Bush. This I also enjoyed so I really have no fear about reading this and not liking it. I have been in such a YA spree this past year that I haven’t really touched any of these books. They will be getting some attention soon though.

Have you read this book? What are your thoughts on it?


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