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#Review A Strand of Doubt by Donna Fuller
Jana Clawson has a propensity for Chinese food, M & M’s, chocolate chip cookies, and she deals with adversity with a wry sense of humor. She is caught up in a whirlwind known as Trevor Willis, the most eligible bachelor in Portland. He is perfect in every way, but will his secrets be too much for their relationship?
While Jana escapes to the Oregon Coast to make a decision about Trevor, a car accident stirs Jared Carpenter—a physical therapist with kind Brown eyes who never turns down a homemade meal—into the mix. Unknown to Jana, events set in motion six years ago threaten everything she holds dear, and her life depends on one or both of these men. Combining suspense, intrigue, action, and understated humor, this book will keep you turning pages until the exciting conclusion.
Born in Illinois, Donna Fuller has lived in a variety of places and currently resides in Butler, Pennsylvania. At times she feels like a ping-pong ball—bouncing from coast to coast and back again. Her grandchildren bring her the greatest joy. Donna has always been involved in writing, from journals to plays for Cub Scouts, to short stories for her children and as a reporter for a small newspaper. She has won awards for her writing and has taught at writing workshops and retreats. Donna is the co-founder of the annual OHPA Writer’s Retreat in Western Pennsylvania. She has published two novels: A Strand of Doubt and Code Name Scorpion.
Learn more about Donna and her books at DonnaGustainisFuller.com, or like her on Facebook at Donna Gustainis Fuller, author.
Author photograph by Mandy Myers.
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This was a pleasant surprise, I have to admit once I realised that LDS/Mormon religion was involved in the story line I thought I wouldn’t be able to read – I tend to avoid reading books with regards to religion as I am an Agnostic atheist, but as I said was pleasantly surprised as this was in no way preachy.
This story was romance and mystery all wrapped in one, the romance was a little cheesy at times but I really got hooked on the mystery aspect.
This was a good clean story that will have you turning the pages to find out how everything plays out for Jana.