Beltway Betrayers

Pub Date:   |   Archive Date: 18 Oct 2017

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Well, what can I say. It has a LOT of characters with their own agendas. It starts out simple enough with a young woman in her prime. She has a successful business built by herself and she is on top of the world. Other than the break-ins, stalkers, and boyfriends who aren't really what they seem. I had a hard time keeping up with the characters. I realized that this is a second book in a series after I started reading however, the writer gives enough back story via different character monologues that you get the idea. I thought I would enjoy it more but it just didn't do it for me. If someone likes a lot of twists, turns, double crossing, and character jumping, this is a book for them! I think the writing was fantastic, I just didn't enjoy the idea.
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I want to start off by saying this book was not what I was expecting, but I was very much surprised and in a good way. I am reading and reviewing this on NetGalley so I missed the opportunity to read the first one. I looked on Amazon and realized it wasn't one of my Kindles Unlimited Books to read so I continued reading this one, which is the second book in the Beltway series. I loved the character of Alex, such a strong and feisty women that has been through so much but hasn't let it take control of her; she controls her life. After breaking out of a relationship that caused her to question herself she has finally found the partner she has been missing, T.J Gale or has she. This book is a fun and exciting read when I was finished I went to Amazon and actually bought the first and second book in this series. Thank you Taylor Marsh for writing these amazing books and thank you NetGalley for allowing me to read and review this book.
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I'm not sure how I feel about this book. This story can be read as a stand alone novel but just like the first one many times I felt like I wasn't reading a complete story.  There is a massive amount of information dumped into the readers left right off at the beginning.
There are way to many characters to keep up with readers might need to write down the names just to keep them all straight. 
Taylor Marsh switches from different points of view though out the chapters which might also confused readers due to the large cast.
This book isn't going to be for everyone. I was told it was a mystery when in fact it is more psychological thriller. With the beating and rape of women. 
This story has strong women but not enough to overcome the cumbersome story that doesn't seem to work.

Thank you to Netgalley and the publisher for the advance copy
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