Tuesday, September 15, 2015

REVIEW: Caustic by Morgan Black

     

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Synopsis:
Skye Kellan is losing everything. She lost her sister, Leia, six years ago. She just lost her job after sleeping with an important client. And now she’s losing her grandfather, who is dying in a hospital back home. While on his deathbed, Skye’s grandfather makes one final request: track down Leia and bring her home. Ellis Waters knows Leia -- at least he did when they were both at Connecticut Psychiatric. But he’s better now, and he hasn’t heard from Skye’s lost sister since. When Skye pleads with him to help her find Leia, he begrudgingly agrees. But neither are prepared for the secrets they will uncover about Skye and Leia’s mysterious past – and the killer who wants them both dead. Sometimes secrets are better left buried.  





First Time I have read Morgan Black and boy does she know how to write drama filled with suspense, mystery and sexy heroes!

This story from the 1st page has you wondering what the heck is Skye going to do when it seems everything around her has gone bad.  You will find yourself questioning what she does and trying to put the pieces together for it to make sense.  

I enjoyed the mystery of this book but there were times where I felt it was a bit too much that I caught myself reading some parts over again to piece it together.

When I got to the end of the book, shoot I was completely surprised.  Was not expecting the twisted ending and I do have tons of questions I feel still needing to be answered.

If you want a good mystery that will play with your head, go get this read.

**ARC kindly provided in exchange for an honest review**

3 Cherries Popped
   

About Morgan Black


Morgan Black is a hair stylist by day and hottie writer by night. She walks her dogs in high heels and never leaves the house without red lipstick. She firmly believes in the power of Zen, and does Yoga freely in her backyard, in her favorite set of pumps. Morgan Black also writes hot vampire erom under M. Black. 

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