Goodreads: Life After Death

Author: Tj Graham

Published: 26th June 2018 (Prodigy Gold Books)

Source: Copy from Publisher

Rating: 3/5 (Liked it)

Official Summary: “Devastated by the death of her husband of fifteen years, Mackenzie Hill manages to pull herself up from the depths of despair, dust off her journalism degree, and soldier ahead to raise their three children alone. Three years later, with the achievement of a major journalism award, her well-adjusted children happy, Mackenzie seems to have gotten her life back on track. Inside, she represses the pangs of loneliness and longing for her husband that gnaw at her heart. At the urging of her best friend, Joel Sanders, Mackenzie makes a failed attempt to explore dating. She gives in to the flirting of Keith Wilson, an Atlanta sex crimes detective, whom himself seeks relief from the cruel reality of life and death, intersections that he must battle daily. Enter Doctor Andre Quinton Lang. Following the brutal unsolved murder of his wife and daughter, he moves to Atlanta hoping to lose himself in a new city and his work, while still struggling to conquer the memories that continue to haunt him. Through chance events, Andre and Mackenzie meet, falling head-over-heels for one another. The two of them embark on what has the potential to be the loving, fulfilling relationship that they both need, unaware that in the shadows of their bliss lurks a killer who has followed Andre to Atlanta. A killer intent on rekindling the bloody act of vengeance that had shattered Andre’s world three years earlier.” – Goodreads

Review: Romance is not my thing, its something I tend to avoid. That being said I actually didn’t mind the romance so much in this. It felt realistic and didn’t feel overly forced. Plus there was so much more happening that the romance felt like only part of the story. The suspense/crime side to it was intriguing enough to hook me in. Making me want to find out who behind it all.

There are sex scenes and the violence is descriptive to a certain degree. It has to be in order to get the true level of response. Disgust and anger, how could someone be so broken.

(Disclaimer: I received a free copy from Publisher. Does not affect my review)