Saturday, 6 June 2015
Book Review | Sarah Parry | Imitating Art
Author: Sarah Parry
Title: Imitating Art
Genre: Mystery, Romantic Suspense, Fiction, Romance
Synopsis: Don't get mad - write a book about it! Well not IT exactly, but writing a book is what Nell Flanagan did to get over her philandering husband Patrick, leaving her for a younger model. An exercise that started out as therapy, but ended up with her becoming an International bestselling author. Things are looking up at last, until events start happening in real life that start mirroring events in Nell's book. When Patrick goes missing in similar circumstances to the husband in her novel, Nell finds herself under the scrutiny of handsome Detective Sergeant Rob Parsons, whom she labels with the same womanising brush as her husband, particularly when he tries to flirt with her during questioning. And then when her twelve years old daughter, Laurel, is kidnapped, Nell finds herself on the road south with the last person on earth she would want help from - the handsome police officer himself! Imitating Art is a romantic caper introducing a new detective duo that sizzles like the best flirtatious banter!
Review: Excellent book. Easy to settle into and hard to stop reading. Really enjoyed reading this book and I would highly recommend it. This is good for both young and old. An excellent romance story that will make the reader fall head over heels with the book and the mystery will keep the reader on their toes wondering how the story will end.
Star Rating: 5 out of 5 stars