Suicide Note by Teresa Mummert

So we all know I’m a fan of Teresa Mummert’s books.  I love, love, love the Honor Series and I also enjoyed White Trash Beautiful.  I was really excited when Suicide Note came out.  I’m really glad I didn’t pay more than $2.99 otherwise I might have been a bit upset.  Not with the story, it was okay, really.  I was however really, really disappointed with all of the typos in the book.  It seemed like it was rushed to publishing without a good edit.  Bad typos and extra words in sentences.

Jenn is a pretty lost girl.  She’s got a right to be after what her family has done to her, especially her sister.  She doesn’t seem to have any friends.  Shane has been stuck in the sandbox and his fiance has abandoned him in fear of him not returning – and in favor of a dentist who she moves into their home along with their dog.  Shane and Jenn meet by chance through Shane’s cousin while Shane’s on leave. The story leads you through his leave and beyond as they get to know each other and deal with some PTSD and family issues.

There is some death in the book but no one commits suicide.  It was just okay for me with this one.  Since the price is $2.99 you’re not out much to read it.  I didn’t love it like I do her other books, but you can’t love, love, love them all…right?


Everything happens for a reason.
 From New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Teresa Mummert.
 A soldier returning for mid-tour leave decides to stay with a cousin in Maine, after his fiancé leaves him for someone else while he is away at war.
 His cousin is going through his own devastation and is struggling to pick up the pieces and move on with his family.
 As they try to help each other through the pain, Shane’s path crosses Jenn’s and he soon learns that everything happens for a reason.
 This novel does not contain any acts of suicide and has a HEA.

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