Number of Pages: 259
Publication Date: March 20, 2016
Rating: out of 5
OBC Rating: 4 out of 4 stars
This book has been officially reviewed for OnlineBookClub.
The review below is an alternate version of my OBC review one. If you’re curious, you can find my Official OBC review here: Banished Threads
Chase Cohen and Rachel Lyons have a complicated relationship. They love each, but when Chase leaves Rachel in a previous book, it is hard for her to fully trust him again.
They make they way to Rachel’s uncle’s, Paul, home and are invited to a formal party. However, quickly they discover a series of valuable missing paintings were stolen from Paul’s art gallery. All fingers point to Paul’s wife’s missing granddaughter, Sloan.
Chase will now try to clear Sloan’s name, but no one is prepared for hidden secrets that emerge…
I absolutely enjoyed every minute of this read! The writing is flawless, the plot is enticing, the characters are well-developed, and it’s a read that will leave you at the edge of your seats!
This is the third book in the Threads series. However, there is enough information and pieces here that it can be read as a standalone.
McFarron has a way of writing a story with so many pieces that need to be put together leaving the reader thinking that it would be an impossible task. However, the author is able to do so flawlessly. Everything fell into place by the end of the book. Though, don’t be fooled – just because most questions are answered, doesn’t mean that McFarron won’t leave you hanging just a bit in the end. She does! She leaves just enough to make the reader want to read more.
Overall, I loved this book and can see myself exploring more of this author’s works.