Mistaken Book Tour
One year ago, two bullets from a .45 caliber pistol ripped away any hopes Dillan had of a future with her fiancé, Jamie. On the anniversary of Jamie’s death, the appearance of his estranged twin brother, Trey, leaves Dillan wondering what other secrets her prefect fiancé was hiding. When Trey learns of his brother’s death, Dillan takes pity on him and gives him a place to stay.
Trey’s erratic behavior and a series of suspicious phone calls lead Dillan to believe that Trey knows more about the circumstances surrounding Jamie’s death than he’s letting on. With all leads exhausted and Jamie’s murderer still on the loose, Trey is Dillan’s last hope for finding the truth.
Sometimes the truth hurts… but in Dillan’s case it could kill her.
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received a copy of this novel in exchange for my honest review. This was a great story of losing the one you
love most and picking up the pieces.
Unbeknownst to Dillan, her loss was sadly a case of mistaken
identity. The story kept me utterly
engrossed from beginning to end. I felt
her grief and pain as she struggled to simply live day to day. Suddenly, in walks Trey, her former love’s
brother, with more secrets than she can handle as he searches for his twin’s
killer. The plot thickens as both their lives are put in danger.
About the Author
Howell is an office drone by day, and a writer by night. Her love of writing
took off when she was eleven years old and decided to fill a composition
notebook with stories to read to her friends. Many years (and notebooks) later,
not much has changed. She still loves writing and sharing her works with
others. When she isn’t writing, she can often be found trying her hand at
whatever artistic pursuit strikes her fancy. J.A. Howell resides in Apopka, FL
with her husband and their menagerie of animal children.
This review brought to you courtesy of Bewitching Book Tours
Thank you so much Simone for taking the time to read and give Mistaken such a nice review :) So happy that you enjoyed it.ReplyDelete
Sounds like a good book thank you for the review!ReplyDelete
sounds like an interesting bookReplyDelete
this sounds good! adding to my tbr pile =]ReplyDelete