Distortion Review

I recently had the opportunity to review Distortion by Terrie Blackstock.  I was so excited because she is one of my favorite authors!  Her books are suspense/mystery which I always enjoy.

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Distortion is part of the Moonlighters series, which follows four siblings who investigate crimes together.  In this book, Juliet watches as her husband is gunned down in cold blood.  When she and her siblings start searching for answers they realize that her husband wasn't who they thought he was.  When her children are threatened, the Moonlighters go on a quest to bring his killers to justice before something happens to her children.

The book started off pretty strong, and you were wondering what Juliet's husband was involved in, and what the criminals wanted from her.  But I felt like the plot petered off a little bit.  It wasn't long before you knew what was going on, and you were just waiting for the characters to figure it out and catch the bad guys.

I thought this book was okay.  I felt like I was just expecting a bit more since I've read so many of Blackstock's other books and loved them.  The story was interesting, but just not as suspenseful as I was expecting.  I did like the dynamics between the characters though, and it made me curious to read some of the other books in the Moonlighters series.

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Note: I received this book for free from Litfuse Publicity in exchange for this review.  This is my honest opinion.  
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Caroline @ In Due Time said...

Love her books!

Kenzie Smith said...

I've never read any of her books, but I do love a good mystery! I will have to check this series out.

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