Review of THE DARKNESS WE HIDE by Debra Webb

I looked forward to the conclusion of Rowan’s story for months and I was not disappointed at all! This is a satisfying ending of Rowan’s quest to find the secrets that her family has hidden from her for years. She is joined in her quest by Sheriff Billy Brannigan, a hero unparalleled by others in his determination to help Rowan and to keep her alive. I really enjoyed discovering the secrets along with Rowan and following the twisted turns of this tale of a strange family history that is still affecting Rowan’s present. I was happy to find out more about Rowan’s background, especially her mother. I was angry at how inept the FBI seemed in protecting her, choosing to treat her as a suspect instead. My favorite character was Rowan, of course, because she was the central character, one who showed ingenuity and spirit in the face of grave danger. My favorite secondary character was Charlotte, a true friend to Rowan, who is ready to sacrifice all for her. I highly recommend this book to all readers of romantic suspense. Although it is the conclusion of a series, this book can easily be read and enjoyed as a stand-alone.
Disclosure of Material Connection: I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher via Netgalley and from the author. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255, “Guides Concerning the Use of Testimonials and Endorsements in Advertising.”

This book does include some intense scenes so it may not be enjoyed by all readers. I thoroughly enjoyed it and did not find objectionable or graphic content. There are some expletives used in the book.

This book is available to day at your local bookseller and online. Here are links to purchase:

Amazon: The Darkness We Hide

Barnes and Noble: The Darkness We Hide BN

Although this is the third book in the series,
it can easily be read as a stand-alone.

5 thoughts on “Review of THE DARKNESS WE HIDE by Debra Webb

  1. You must have a mind like a vice-grip: how do you keep all the characters straight, when you read so much? I have a hard time jumping back into a series if there’s a time lapse because I have to re-acquaint myself with everyone.

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    1. Thanks for the kind words, Kathy. It’s interesting that you say that because after my stroke, I had difficulty reading and remembering anything for a while. I had to train my mind to continue to read and recall. Practice, practice, practice! I had grown up loving books and it wasn’t something that I wanted to let go easily. Now, I read from 7-12 books at a time (currently 12, but one is non-fiction and has no characters or plot to remember). As long as I read daily, I don’t forget. If I go a day without reading one of the books, I have to stop and think for a few minutes about the plot and people in it and then I read. God is good to allow me to read and remember things that I enjoy!

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