A Tale of Three Cities

   Posted by: Kristina   in 18+ (Adult Only), Mystery & Suspense, Romance

A Tale of Three Cities

Kristy fled New York City, escaping the abusive clutches of her husband and leaving an innocent man (well at least he’s innocent of kidnapping her) in prison–it’s hard to feel sorry for a man that is the leader of a mafia, and no one is going to shed a tear when he just happens to be convicted of her fake kidnapping. With millions to help her create a new identity; she starts a life on a huge estate in Scotland as Penny. She lives there with the man of her dreams, her lover, her soul mate and companion: Z. They live peacefully enjoying their life together, learning to step out of their comfort zones and whisper their love for each other. However, their peaceful life is about to be turned upside down and their love is about to be challenged. Melissa Chisholm is a bit of romantic and could use a little help in the money department. When she sees an ad offering $1 Million dollar reward for any information leading to the discovery of a missing wife, Melissa can’t help but interfere. She wants nothing more than to help a grieving husband find his beautiful wife, collecting the money would just be a bonus. Unfortunately, she doesn’t realize that true nature of Penny’s husband, Michael Bradley, until it’s too late. Penny and Z must work together to secure their safety and the life they have made for themselves in Scotland, can they do this without losing the love they have for each other?

I didn’t read the first novel, Greater Expectations, but I was not lost when I started reading A Tale of Three Cities, it can easily stand on its own. The author did an amazing job building the characters and each of them has their own strong identity, they are all important to the novel. The suspense that is perceptible in each page keeps you turning pages as quickly as you can read them. Many of the characters are not who they say they are the twist and turns that leave you guessing just add to the excitement. Alexander McCabe does an amazing job tying everything together and has an amazing talent for writing a complicated story line that is still easy to follow.

*I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review*
*Contains Adult Language and Sexual Content*


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