Monster in the Closet by: Karen Rose

Description from the Publishers through Netgalley

The New York Times bestselling author of Every Dark Corner returns to Baltimore, where a father-daughter reunion puts innocent victims in the sights of a stone-cold killer…

Baltimore PI Clay Maynard routinely locates missing children for clients, but his own daughter—stolen by his ex-wife—has eluded him for years. Until she turns up right under his nose…

Since she was a child, Taylor Dawson believed the lie her mother told her: that her father was a monster. But now she has a chance to get to know the real Clay while doing real work as an equine therapist, which includes helping two girls whose mother was brutally murdered. She might even find something deeper with her boss’s handsome son, Ford Elkhart, whose eyes are so haunted. But just as Taylor feels her life opening up to new family, work, and friends, a danger lurks in the darkness—one that will show Taylor the face of true evil…

My Review

Published in September of 2017, I have finally gotten around to reading this book. Until just this moment, I had no idea that it was part of a series, which means you can read it on its own without feeling like you are missing something. In all honesty, I could not remember what the book was about when I decided to pick it up now. However, I was pleasantly surprised.

A woman tries to find the father she never knew by interning at an equestrian therapy ranch. She has been running from him her entire life because of the lies that her mother told her about him. I really enjoyed the story even though there were a few too many characters. I listened to this so maybe that is why I had trouble keeping the cast straight in my head.

This was full of suspense, murder, romance, and therapy. It was well done. I am so happy I finally picked this up to read.

I give this book 4 crowns.

I received the E- ARC way way back in 2017 from the publishers through Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.

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