Monday, March 21, 2016

Book Review of Mirror Images by Laurie Norlander

Mirror Images by Laurie Norlander was a captivating book.  As soon as the book opens there is a suspense and interest that captivates the reader.  I was trying to figure out "who did it" in the book and never was able to get the answer until close to the end of the romance/mystery.  The main character was Madison.  She'd been through a difficult romance.  Then her boyfriend stole her money and left town.  She hadn't heard anything about him until there was a newspaper article stating that he had died.  She decided to go and see if she could get her money back after she attended the funeral, as she planned to use the money to adopt a baby.

Here is the book description...They say seeing is believing … what if they’re wrong? That’s the dilemma Madison faces when a puzzling obituary prompts her to attend the funeral of a man she once loved. Grief and regret turn to disbelief when she sees him standing in the cemetery. It’s the first of many surprises as Maddy learns nothing is as it seems in the close-knit community of Churchill, Wisconsin. Mirror Images is a riveting romantic suspense novel woven with insights on friendship, forgiveness and the power of faith.

Excerpt from Laurie Norlander, "Mirror Images."
"I'd known---thought I loved---this man in New York when he was an unemployed dockworker calling himself Ross Bauer.  I snorted.  Obviously, I'd never known him at all."

"Although I'd been raised in the church, my time with Ross Bauer had convinced me my lukewarm faith was the worst kind of hypocrisy, and I'd gradually stopped attending Mass.  I was surprised Hannah was a religious person.  She seemed too down-to-earth."

"From the moment I arrived in Churchill, I'd been inundated with the unexpected."

"My eyes darted to Rae's chalkboard.  For the Word of God is living and active and sharper than any two-edged sword...and able to judge the thoughts and intentions of the heart.  I'd never been good with matters of the heart"

"Stop trying to make it logical, and listen to your heart."

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