hard copy edition
From the Publisher:
Didn’t I tell you you’d never be free of me?When Sadie Hoffmiller receives a threatening, anonymous text message just days before her wedding, she is determined not to let it interfere with the celebration she has carefully planned for months. But when the threat changes from a distant fear to a frightening reality, Sadie realizes just how much she is underestimated the situation. Desperate to put an end to the game she has been forced to play, Sadie, her fiancé, Pete, and her children pull out all the stops resolved to stop running and see justice done. What they do not know, however, is just how far Sadies nemesis is willing to go and just how many people may be hurt in the process. There is no turning back for anyone in this riveting conclusion to the twelve-volume series, and the question becomes whether or not Sadie will have a future left when the game finally comes to an end.
The final book! This book starts with a preface that while most Sadie Hoffmilller mystery books you can read on their own, this one really shouldn’t be read unless you have read them all…and it really is true. It has so many twists and turns and it makes much more sense having read them all in a row. So many characters that all came together in the end. I felt like this book had me pulled in by the first couple pages and I was not disappointed with the action. It was a page turner. I was a little sad when I finished this book, because I read the last 8 books in a row and found myself pretty attached to the characters the end.
I really enjoyed the series in the end. I think it’s a fun series. It’s one you can pick up here and there, or sit down and read all consecutively. Some of the books were a little predicable, and some I liked more than others, but they were all clean. They all had a touch of faith, but not too much. They are books I could recommend to anyone, teens, youth, parents, without worrying about the content. I really love when I find a book like that! And this series includes 12 of them!
I am looking forward to reviewing the Black Book Recipe book in the future!