Archive | July 16, 2013

A Review-HUSH by Carey Baldwin

HushHush by Carey Baldwin

Review By Janet Juengling-Snell

Reformed bad boy Charlie “Drex” Drexler returns to his hometown of Tangleheart, Texas hoping to make peace with his dark past and make amends to those he’s wronged. He’s also looking to reconnect with an old flame. But Anna won’t cooperate, new questions tear open old wounds and his best friend’s wife and baby disappear. Can Drex and Anna mend their broken hearts while fighting for their lives and racing to bring mother and baby home safely


My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I adore reading and what I love even more is reading a novella what keeps me glue to each page until I devour it in one sitting.

That’s exactly what HUSH by Carey Baldwin did, it’s a delicious, small town, gritty suspense romance that I could totally see myself reading again.

I love the fact that I never felt rushed or hurried through the story. The characters where complex, life like, and the story was detailed enough that it didn’t feel lacking. And all this done in under 100 pages.

Well Done Ms. Baldwin.

This is the second book by Carey Baldwin I have read and I must say that I’m looking forward to her next book, whatever that may be. She is a must read author for this reviewer.

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