Practicing Murder (audiobook)

Graduate student Maddie Clare is never talking to her ex-boyfriend Joze Evans or God again. Still broken from Joze’s betrayal, Mattie has to go home for her Aunt Lonna’s funeral. But after a run-in with a stalker who insists Maddie knows the secret that had Aunt Lonna investigating him,...
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Graduate student Maddie Clare is never talking to her ex-boyfriend Joze Evans or God again. Still broken from Joze’s betrayal, Mattie has to go home for her Aunt Lonna’s funeral. But after a run-in with a stalker who insists Maddie knows the secret that had Aunt Lonna investigating him, Mattie is afraid for her life and must accept Joze’s protection.
As the stalker draws closer, Maddie and Joze have to face the past and a love that never died. Maddie sees she needs God’s help to end her fears and to get through the new danger.
Can Maddie stay out of the stalker’s grip long enough to figure out who he is and what secret he possesses? And how will Joze keep Mattie from being buried with the stalker’s true identity?

 


 

 


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by Jasmine A.

Well, I didn't see that one coming! I had some ideas about the stalker's identity, but boy, was I in for some surprises. Which, is a good thing as it keeps a book from being boring and just like every other one out there. Erin Unger is a new author for me as Practicing Murder was the first book of hers that I've either read or listened to. Though, the story started off a bit slow for me and it took awhile to get into it, when it got going, it got going! I was listening to the audiobook and found it hard to put my phone down through the second half of the book. I did wish that one character's finding their own faith wasn't quite so convenient for the romance between the two. But, oh well. It's a pretty common thread in Christian fiction these days anyway. The quality of the audio production was good for Practicing Murder and I did like the male narrator's as he brought Erin Unger's characters and story to life. As an audiobook I thought it was well done and it was easy to listen t

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