The Clients | Review

Rating

Rating: 4 out of 5.

Review

Firsts Impressions

First thing I think was well this is based on the 9/11 so maybe it will be a little hard to digest at some point but really it wasn’t, it went well explaining a little of the day in itself and then it goes totally character oriented that was good for me.

Now there were twists from the start so I don’t think anyone will be getting bored really, there’s parts that are a little slow as in any thriller but it picks up fast.

Characters

We have an array of characters in this Mel was just trying to live as good as any other person, it was very relatable really and her interactions with all the others were so intriguing since they were not a typical day in a park or something.

I know a lot of the others will shock a few people because as usual nothing is what it seems so be aware that as complex as humans are the book reflects that very well.

Final thoughts

At the end well after a few more twists it gets a nice ending in my opinion, it felt organic the way that after everything that happened how the ending reflects all the growth for the characters and all.

About the book

When your past catches up with you … run.

Presumed dead after the Twin Towers attack in 2001, stockbroker/con artist Mel Green, in reality, escaped the disaster. She departed Manhattan with stolen millions from unsuspecting investors. Living incognito, Mel assumed a new identity as math teacher Mandy Gates in Hailey, Idaho. Two decades later, at the edge of the northern Rockies, in a warm, and welcoming community, Mel regrets her secret past and has developed feelings for her new colleague, substitute teacher and part-time rancher, Riley Brown, who knows nothing of her real history. And she knows nothing of his.

Then her former husband/partner discovers her alive and shares bad news. Recent FBI investigations reveal Mel and her ex were conned. Their investors in 2001 were using them to launder money for terrorists. The file Mel fled with years ago holds the key. These “clients” now want that information buried—right along with Mel and her estranged husband.

Will Mel find the file she misplaced, come out from the shadows, and provide evidence to the Feds? Or will the clients find her first?

The Clients is perfect for fans of Melinda Leigh, Kendra Elliot, Lisa Gardner, Mary Burton, and James Patterson.

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