Hidden in the Keys By Sage Parker
Book/Novel Author: Sage Parker
Book/Novel Title: Hidden in the Keys
“Where are you, Frank? What have you done?”From Amazon #1 Best-Selling Author…Julia Masterson has high hopes for a new beginning. Her husband, Frank, had promised to dedicate the rest of his life making their marriage work. Both newly retired, in their little beach cottage in Longboat Key, Florida, everything started out just as she imagined.Until he didn’t come home that night. Or the next.What began as romantic walks on the beach has quickly become a desperate search to find her missing husband. When local detective Brody Barker steps onto the scene, he’s determined to solve the case quickly and move on. But every lead is a dead-end.The closer Julia gets to finding out the truth, the further away she gets from wanting to know the answers.And just as the faith in her marriage starts to crumble, Brody realizes he is the only thing standing in the way of her and disaster.This beachside mystery romance is full of secrets, truths and unforeseen love that will keep you curious and wanting more. If women’s fiction and clean romance are your thing, this series is a must-read for you!This is Part 6 of 6 in the Longboat Keys Series.Read more
This story would’ve been better if God was given credit for keeping Julia safe. I did not like the story broken up into 6 books.
New characters are introduced late in this dragged out story. A surprising person was named by one of these new characters as Frank’s murderer. This book was actually a very interesting story.. I feel it could have been in just one average size book rather than 6 small ones. I don’t recommend this book. I also won’t read another book by this author.
I thoroughly enjoyed the series except that you could have combined at least three books at a time vs having to buy them one at a time. I would have been willing to pay a bit more at one time.
Loved this book. Moved fast. Kept your attention and loved each character. Will read other books from this author. Good read.
The woman were dumb or conniving & the detective was not ruled by his head. The grammar was atrocious. Waste of time . Lost IQ reading this lame story.