Monday, May 9, 2022


Well I finally read this to see what all the hype was about. Verity is a gothic thriller with some smut thrown in for good measure. It's not bad, but it could have been more. I wasn't as wowed by the twist ending as many readers were. When Lowen Ashleigh finds herself hitting rock bottom after her mother's slow death and her fast growing financial ruin, she is courted by a man wanting an author to finish his wife's famous book series after she's been in a debilitating accident. Lowen is in fact a published author and this is an offer she can't refuse, she is currently in the process of getting evicted. She drives out to the house to meet with the husband and go through his wife's office to get a feel for the book series. What she doesn't expect is to find a hidden biographical manuscript and to start falling for her husband. The story alternates between Lowen getting comfy in the house to the hidden manuscript. It's ok - a little on the nose, but fairly fast paced. 

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