Friday, July 31, 2015

Ripped Away by Wendy Miller

Laurel Bailey is a great detective. Her personal life isn't so great: she's dealing with her ex-husband who still wants her back, and trying to figure out what kind of relationship she wants with her new boyfriend, family law lawyer Alex Parrish. When a distraught father rushes into the police station to report his infant daughter missing, Laurel is eager to investigate. Alex is pushing for a commitment, and she uses the investigation as an excuse to avoid him. But her investigation ends up leading her straight to him: as more kids go missing, he's the only connection. When Alex is arrested, Laurel is determined to prove his innocence. She risks her career, and her own freedom, to dig into his life and his past. But the things she finds may not clear his name. Has Laurel risked everything for a man who didn't deserve it? Or can she and Alex find the proof they need to establish his innocence?

I found Ripped Away to be a very good suspense romance novel.  There are many intriguing twist and turns in the book. I found myself wanting more and more. Who What When and Where were always on my mind while reading Ripped Away. I would love to see this book turn into a series of suspense romance stories.

I highly recommend the Ripped Away.

Great Job Wendy ~ I really liked your book! Wendy is a fellow blogger ~ I have purchased all of her books from Amazon and I am looking forward to reading her next book The Secrets He Kept.

Wendy Miller is the author of romance and romantic suspense novels. She began writing as a child, and with the encouragement of her grandmother, as well as other family and friends, she eventually independently published her first novel, Tangled Deceit. She is often working on more than one project at a time, because her brain refuses to focus on only one. 

Wendy is also a single mother of two sons, both of whom have ADHD. She homeschools both of them, as it allows them to be educated without being medicated. 

When she isn't teaching her sons, researching or writing on her latest project(s), she enjoys reading, watching television and movies, listening to a huge variety of music, swimming, camping, and even fishing now and then (though she does not bait her own hook or remove her catch from the hook. Why do you think she had sons?). 

You can learn more about Wendy on her website, She also loves to hear from her readers, and you can email her through her website or at

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