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The Review
Annette Mori


Sue Rossmann
The review for The Review
Annette Mori hit the ball out of the park with this one. Silver Lining, a writer, lost her wife to an infection. Jasmine has always been her beta reader and loyal fan. After 5 years Silver wants to meet Jasmine so she rigs a contest and flies Jasmine to her home for a home cooked dinner. They hit it off but Silver’s dead wife is always between them. Then there’s Jasmine’s ex Dara, who wants her back even though she cheats on her whenever she can. Then there’s a stalker. When you think you have that figured out, you’re wrong. Oh, what a wicked web Ms. Mori weaves.

Carrie Camp
Every book keeps getting better and better! The Review is one of my favorites so far from Annette Mori. The Review starts out as what I would consider a "traditional" romance with the main character trying to figure out if she will ever be able to love again after the death of her wife...then in true Annette Mori fashion she throws in some twists and turns along the way that makes the book completely entertaining and hard to put down.

Karen McIntosh
Having read Annette Mori’s work before I had high hopes for this latest book. The lady does not disappoint. The Review is a beautifully constructed romance, mystery and character study that had me hooked from page one. Silver, a lesfic writer, holds a competition where the first person to post a review of her new book gets a home cooked dinner with her. She knows full well it will be Jasmine, a fan who has been a great help to her as she slowly comes out of the blackness that engulfed her after the death of her wife. I loved the tentative overtures they made to each other, how they became more to each other. Silver’s guilt about moving on with her life was truly moving and I could understand her. Jasmine had a complicated love life to break away from and this caused them problems too. The lurking menace of a stalker in the background lent a real level of threat to the story and their identity kept me guessing. The various facets of the story were woven so brilliantly and the romantic element tugged at the heart strings. A really accomplished novel worth more than 5 stars.


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