1. Lake of the Cross: A Campground Mystery #2
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    Lake of the Cross: A Campground Mystery #2
    L.D. Stauth
    Word Alive Press / 2018 / Trade Paperback
    $17.99 Retail: $19.99 Save 10% ($2.00)
    5 Stars Out Of 5 2 Reviews
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  1. 5 Stars Out Of 5
    return to the woods
    May 21, 2018
    maureen
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    LD Stauth has done it again! This romance/mystery features quirky characters, entertaining dialogue and a beautiful setting that will make you grab your tent and head off to your nearest provincial park. a very enjoyable read. I cant wait for number 3!
  2. 5 Stars Out Of 5
    Wonderful Characters and Intrigue that keeps you guessing
    May 20, 2018
    JaneReads
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    I couldn't wait to get my hands on this book. After finishing Ms. Stauth's debut novel and book 1 of this series last year (Stormy Lake) I immediately added book 2 to my wish list. The banter between Karly and Blake hooked me in the first book and I was really hoping that we would get to spend more time with them in the next book and my wish came true. In this book they are the main players and we get to get inside their minds and find out what makes them who they are.

    The prologue sucks you right in, easily connecting you with Karly & Blake and kept me reading to find out if my hopes for them were going to come true. Every time things look promising something gets in the way either physically or emotionally. I did not want to put the book down.

    All the characters felt real and each one was unique, no two felt the same. I especially enjoyed Henry, his teasing of Blake and his sense of humor were entertaining. But he also had some really deep moments that add to the story. I have mixed feelings toward Harrison, there were times I liked him but there were times he annoyed me. And don't get me started on Raven, each time I began to feel for her she goes and does something that takes all that feeling away. Her attitude annoyed me.

    As much as I loved the characters I loved that the whole story kept me guessing, who is behind all the strange events and what is their motive? I had not suspected the person who turned out to be the villain as the guilty party, but once it was revealed and I got thinking about it I began to piece together the little hints that had been provided and it all became obvious to me. I enjoyed that I wasn't able to figure it out ahead of time.

    This story was very well written. Descriptions that make you feel like you are in the midst of everything, characters you want to cheer for, intrigue and suspense that keeps you guessing, and the sharing of God's love in a natural way. I look forward to reading more by Ms. Stauth in the future.
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