"Book number two keeps the mystery alive."
Reviewed by Sandra Wurman
Posted August 7, 2017
Romance Western | Romance Suspense
Once again B.J. Daniels reminds her fans why she is a go to
author -- no word is superfluous. In DEAD RINGER B.J. Daniels
weaves an intricate crime story complete with spot on
some really intriguing characters. DEAD RINGER never lets you
become complacent. Should always be prepared for an unexpected
twist that when thought through actually makes sense. So how
you didn't see that one coming.
Book number two in this series is DEAD RINGER that began with
DARK HORSE and seems to give us the first sign on hope that at
least one of those kidnapped twins is alive and well and has
come forth with a crucial piece of evidence of their identity.
Travers McGraw is pretty much desperate for any new about his
missing son and daughter. They would now be twenty five year
adults and probably with lives of their own.
The older McGraw children have had issues with their own
has taken an enormous toll on each of the three older
fact that their mother has been institutionalized since the
disappearance leaves a gaping hole. Their father has
twins' nanny Patricia who on many levels also bears
it's no wonder that the brothers have been somewhat
move on with lives of their own. They have gathered all
and love around their father Travers and would move heaven and
earth to find those twins if at all feasible.
Ledger McGraw has had to let his own love life hang by a
thread. His girlfriend Abby is now married. Her husband is
abusive man who happens to be a deputy sheriff. Not a good
combination. Abby firmly believes her husband needs her and
refuses to accept the fact that one of these days she will
injuries that might kill her. In the past few months it has
apparent that Abby can no longer hide her bruises. These
have landed her in the hospital and has captured the
several people most notably Ledger. Just what the McGraw family
needs. But there is no way Ledger can turn a blind eye on
happening to the woman he has loved all these years. He stayed
apart with respect to her marriage but now the line has become
blurred. Abby's life is in danger. She needs an
McGraw's are an amazing close family who will willingly
around Ledger's goals even though they are still trying to
grips with the possibility that they may have finally found
at least one
of the missing twins. Could the young man be the missing son
Oakley? Can they trust his story even if he did provide a
Okay we're on the right track now. B.J. Daniels is hinting
twins may indeed be alive after all these years. But proving
identity of those that come forth is a difficult task. In
B.J. Daniels keeps reminding us that we must carefully check
hints or clues regardless of how impelling they are. And
even if we do
finally figure out the fate of Oakley McGraw there is still
the matter of
his twin Jesse Rose. Whatever has happened to Jesse Rose? Stay
tuned for part three.
Can a stubborn cowboy recapture the one who got away?
Ledger McGraw may know all about horses, but he doesn’t know
anything about the lie that broke up his first romance with
waitress Abby Pierce. Abby, tricked into marrying the wrong
man, is at the end of her tether in her abusive
relationship. When she learns the truth about her terrible
marriage, she becomes desperate to escape it—before her
jealous husband kills her.
Though Ledger’s heart was wounded by Abby, he’ll still do
anything to protect her and free her from her violent
spouse. He’s determined to win her back and reignite their
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