Blind Suspicion~A Review

Blind Suspicion by Stacy Lynn Miller is a novel I’ve been looking forward reading. It is the second book in the Falling Castles Series, and having read and loved the first book, Despite Chaos, I’ve been eagerly awaiting this one. I’m happy to say that I enjoyed this second addition to the series as much if not more than the first.

In this tale, Tyler Falling and Alex Castle are a couple, and Alex is looking forward to getting out from under her father’s control and demands. What she did not expect was the sudden suspicious death of her father, or that someone who knows the Castle family secrets would leak information that makes Alex look guilty of murder. Arrested and placed on bail, Alex now has to clear her name before she ends up spending decades in prison. She needs help, but she doesn’t know who to trust.

This is very much a gripping, intriguing murder mystery added to the continued romance between two characters that I fell in love with in the first novel in the series. We see this story mostly through Alex, and boy is she having a bad few weeks. The storyline hits Alex with a murder mystery she must solve, or she loses everything from her freedom, her business, her family and friends, to possibly even Tyler.

There are also some really good descriptions in this story. I’m still shivering from reading about Alex’s night in jail. The murder and the questions of who did it and why is also quite fascinating. The love story of Alex and Tyler continued to draw me into the story and fit well into the mystery and suspense.

I am totally hooked on this series, and I can’t wait to find out what is going to happen next to this couple. If you have not read these novels yet, I recommend that you read them in order. They are both exceptional books and I recommend them both.

I received an ARC from NetGalley and Bella Books for an honest review.


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