Review of Lucy’s Chance by Jackie D

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I really enjoy reading Thrillers. There is something about the way they keep you guessing that I really enjoy. When I saw Lucy’s Chance by Jackie D available on NetGalley I couldn’t pass up the chance to read it.

 

Here is a short blurb about the book:

Lucy severed the connection to her first love when the seduction of college life pulled at her desires. Now in their thirties, Lucy returns home to cover a story where Detective Erica Chance plays a central character. Erica has spent a decade trying to banish the memory of Lucy, and on the surface, she has succeeded. Now, the reporter is back in her life, insisting she is a valued resource in the search for their hometown’s first serial killer. Old wounds are opened and new enemies are discovered as Lucy tries to take her chance.

 

I thought this book was great. I really enjoyed how the search for the serial killer was the main focus of the book. The way the relationship between Lucy and Erica was intertwined with the story of the missing women really made the story for me. Even though the women had a past they didn’t let it take away from trying to save the victim of the serial killer. I enjoyed how Lucy and Erica had a troubled past but still had a deep connection to one another. As everyone knows I always enjoy a story with a puppy in it and this book does not disappoint in that area. There are two cute little puppers to love.

 

I would recommend this book to anyone who likes the Mystery or Thriller genera.

Thanks to the publisher and NetGalley for the opportunity to read and review this book.

You can purchase a copy of Lucy’s Chance by clicking here.

 

Author: melzie88

Secondary education major specializing in English, book blogger, puppy mom.

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