Publisher: Severn House
While saying their goodbyes on the airport her mother tells Kit that if anything should happen to her there is a letter in her safe and she should read it. The next day Kits mother is dead. The letter contains a long kept secret that will turn Kit her life upside down. Trying to find out the story behind this letter she runs into a lot of trouble.
This book failed to leave a big impression but still it was an okay quick read. I think I had expected more of the Kit being a murder mystery blogger trying to solve her own mystery. I think I expected more excitement.
Kit is a bit confused but there are a lot of things going on justifying this. Her husband filed for divorce, her mother died and she found out about a family secret that kind of throws her whole past upside down. It was easy to connect with her and I did like her reactions. She was still able to see things and defend herself despite all the grief.
When the first chapter with Rena came I was confused about her part in the story. Though her and Kits life do connect in the end I am still not sure what to do with the information we got on her. I think it would have been more interesting to look further back earlier in the story instead of at the end. But that would have ruined the plot.
I think this would make a perfect book for a read-a-thon though. The writing was well paced and the story was entertaining.