It seems like I go through spells when I don’t really read anything good, then suddenly I love several books in a row.
This is exactly what happened between June and July. I only gave one book a perfect grade in June, then I loved the next three books I read. Sadly, those were the only three books I loved in July.
I gave three fiction books perfect grades in July.
Jessica Farris decides to be a test subject in a psychological study about ethics and morality. The struggling make-up artist actually sneaks into the study because she needs the money.
But the more Jessica learns about Dr. Shields’s experiment and the further she becomes involved, the less she’s certain it’s a good idea. In fact, Jessica may be in danger.
Beth has planned every detail of how she’ll get away from her abusive husband, and now it’s time for her to implement the plan.
Jeffrey returns home from a work trip to find his wife, Sabine, is missing. She’s taken almost nothing with her, but Jeffrey soon learns that she’s left a lover and a lot of questions behind. It seems Sabine was planning to leave him, and he becomes the main suspect in her disappearance.
The detective on the case wants to know what happened. Where is Sabine? And who is Beth? It seems death is the only way to get away from an abusive husband.
Det. Max Rupert and Attorney Boady Sanden may not be friends after this case. The men have a long history, but they also both have history with Ben Pruitt.
Max is convinced that Ben killed his wife, Jennavieve Pruitt. Max doesn’t think Ben is an honest man, after the attorney presented false evidence against Max during a trial.
Boady is equally convinced that Ben, his client and the man who took over his law firm when he retired and went into academia, is innocent.
Both Max and Boady will have to deal with their pasts as they work on opposite sides of Ben’s case. Is Ben guilty or innocent? Will the right man win?
There they are, my favorite books of July! I hope you find something here to read and love.