About Sister Pact

Sister Pact

A woman desperate to protect her sister; a detective determined to find the truth. When love interrupts their plans and danger surrounds them, how will they know who to trust?

After a tragic fall leaves her sister in a coma, Savannah becomes the prime suspect in the investigation. Desperately hoping to prove her innocence, she convinces detective Noah Shumway to stay by her side at all times. But the close quarters prove too much for them to handle. Can Savannah find the proof she needs to show Noah she’s not a monster? And how can she rely on her faith and keep her family safe when it seems all hope is lost?

Sister Pact is a thrilling story of action, suspense, and love. Full of unexpected twists, this book will keep you guessing until the very last page.

My review

If I’m in the mood for a romantic suspense book, Cami Checketts is always a go to author. I love the way she writes her books. Her characters are great. And there is tons of suspense and romance in her books.

I loved Savannah in this book. She is spunky, kind, and the best aunt around. Savvy is also the best sister. She finds her sister unconscious in her home. And she calmly takes care of her and her cute nephew. Unfortunately, she’s seen as the only suspect, due to circumstances. And she spends a lot of time trying to prove to Noah that she didn’t hurt her sister.

Noah had to be careful, of course. I loved that he was willing to give Savannah chance after chance to prove herself. But the evidence just kept piling up. I loved the scenes with Savannah and Noah in the middle of the night. Noah had terrible dreams and that was his least guarded time.

This is such a great, suspenseful book. I loved how the author wrote it!

I borrowed a copy of Sister Pact using my Kindle Umlimited subscription. All opinions are my own.

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