Book Review: Mirror Images by Laurie Norlander

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I love a good suspense novel.  The inner detective in me tries to figure things out before the ending and this is one of those books that had so many twists and turns that I was totally wrong in my guesses!  It was a bit confusing at first trying to figure out who was who and how they were connected but once I got everyone straight, I couldn’t stop reading.

The main character, Madison, was annoying to me in the beginning because she seemed like such a snob but once her layers started to be peeled back to see why she was the way she was, it all made sense. She had a genuine heart of love that had been hurt so she used her attitude to protect herself.

There were parts that had my heart pounding in anticipation of what would happen next or from fear over what was happening. Many things were totally unrealistic but, hey, it’s fiction so what do you expect?

All in all, I think the book was great and will recommend it to my friends.

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