Sara and Beth have a strong friendship, they managed to
build a successful business together. Everything was going
perfectly until Beth doubts and dislikes Sara's husband.
When Sara's husband goes missing, Beth is the prime
suspect. Tragedy strikes twice now think fast and uncover
all of the clues in order to succeed in clearing her name
and discovering who the culprit(s) are.
Beth's character is analytical and serious and this can
cause her to be a little bit overly suspicious and
hard to connect to at first. Readers will learn
to like her by the middle of NOT THIS TIME.
Sara's character is okay. Her
loyalty to her husband is admirable, though readers will have to
decide whether or not it is misguided.
The plot itself is
action-packed and mysterious. There are many subplots that
readers will need to keep track of, possibly causing you
look back in the chapters to make sure you have
all the details.
Overall, NOT THIS TIME is a good read and not to be missed
by those who love mysteries.
Small town scandal. International terrorist attack. Who
among them is the traitor?
Sara and Beth have built a multi-million dollar business
together, but their once solid friendship is now strained.
Beth is leery of Saraâ€™s husband, and when he is kidnapped,
authorities consider Beth their prime suspect.
Then, their small town of Seagrove Village is rocked by an
act of terrorism, and Beth doesnâ€™t know who to trust.
Someone she knows is linked to the attack, but who? Is there
a connection to Crossroads Crisis Center? In the midst of
the confusion and fear, Beth finds herself attracted to a
man from her past. She knows she shouldnâ€™t fall in love with
him, but she canâ€™t resist or even explain their bond. As her
world unravels around her, she wonders, is it possible to be