REVIEW: Lying Beneath the Oaks by Kristin Wright

Lying Beneath the Oaks
by 
Kristin Wright



Molly Todd wakes up in a Vegas parking lot with a headache, a virtual stranger, and a wedding ring. Jobless and broke, she's left with no other option but to go home with new husband Cooper Middleton to the Lowcountry of South Carolina to straighten out the mess they've made. It's in Molly's best interest to get an annulment sooner rather than later--before her hosts find out that she's not the kind of guest anyone wants at their Thanksgiving dinner.

The more Molly gets to know Cooper and his family, the more she wonders if she and Cooper might have a real chance together. She longs to tell him her secret even though she knows the truth might get her kicked straight out into the nearby swamp. While she wavers, Molly's unusual life experiences allow her to spot the skeletons in the Middleton family closet: ones Cooper's never suspected, ones that are hidden in plain sight. What Molly discovers will shake Cooper's foundations--and could threaten both their lives.

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This book grabbed me right away from the blurb!

This is Author Kristin Wright debut book and it is outstanding.

Well written, captivating & so vivid as the story came to life off the pages as I read.

I really liked the setting of where this story was set back in the South.  After reading it makes me want to take a trip down there.

Molly & Cooper are wonderful characters.

This book is filled with a delightful build of suspense and makes you wonder till the end of what the outcome will be.  No way predictable which I loved.

If you are looking for a great romantic fictional read with that sprinkle of suspense to keep you on your toes, this is the book for you!

Go One Click it!

I am looking forward to reading more from this author!

**ARC kindly provided in exchange for an honest review***
5 Cherries Popped

    

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Kristin lives in Virginia with her husband, two sons, and two beagles (one silly, one Machiavellian). She's a native of the Detroit area, a graduate of the University of Michigan Law School and has practiced law in many fields, including big firm litigation, criminal defense, personal injury, local government, and divorce and custody. She writes before work and behind the wheel of her car in the parking lots of many youth sport practices. Lying Beneath the Oaks is her first novel.


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