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Tuesday, June 3, 2014

Arrest Review


For Elsie and Henry, getting married and buying a house is only the beginning of their passionate new adventure. Elsie is flourishing in her job while Henry embarks on a new career as a police officer. Everything, it seems, has finally fallen into place.
 
Just when it’s all smooth sailing, they face life-altering changes that make Elsie question her ability to adapt. With Henry’s job putting him in constant danger, she watches helplessly while he slips back into his old habits. Elsie must find a way—through any means necessary—to prevent the past from repeating.
 
With the sand constantly shifting underfoot, Elsie and Henry have to figure out how to strengthen their bond—before they end up losing what matters most…


4 Stars

When I saw that this title was available for review I was immediately intrigued because I had read Disarm. My only hope was that it was not about Henry and Elsie. Well obviously that hope was shut down pretty quickly. Hahaha In Disarm we saw this couple struggle and survive through so much, I was truly scared to see if they could handle to much more. Arrest was handled (? not sure if that is the word I really want to use) so well, it didn't feel over done or forced. It truly felt like an extension of the original story, I had thought there was no more and I couldn't have been more wrong. With Henry joining the force Elsies worries are just beginning along with a few more complications Arrest is definitely a wild run.






I am a writer who likes to titillate and enrage, who revels in breaking the reader's heart and putting it back together again. 








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