I won this book on the Goodreads giveaway section last month and finally got around to reading it. It’s a bit of a departure from the genre I normally read, (no supernatural elements of any kind were in it) but I enjoyed it nonetheless!
In What The Bride Didn’t Know, special ops agents (and childhood friends) Lena West and Trig Sinclair go on a research mission in hopes of finding Lena’s brother, a fellow agent who’s went MIA, while on a mission in Istanbul. The trip is a tense one, since they have feelings for each other that they have never discussed. What follows is an accident, memory loss and revelations that change the lives of the two agents.
Overall the writing was good, plot was simple yet engaging and it was a pretty quick, read. It’s only 217 pages and I finished it in two days.
How often do you read outside your “genre,” or do you read every and anything?