Book Review: Pinned by Charles W Massie

Description

“I fear the dark and I live all alone…”

Mark Casey, a native New York-er and a gentleman, wants to get out of his home state and live in another part of the world. Over the internet, he meets and is attracted to a small town Kentucky woman named Roxie. This woman seems to be the girl of his dreams – sensual, ambitious, funny and beautiful. After a series of email and phone conversations, Roxie invites Mark to visit her in Kentucky. The Meeting is magic. They fall head over heels for each other and decide to live together. But like the flip of a switch, there are immediate problems as soon as he gets in his new abode. He and Roxie fight, where they never did before. She constantly tells him lies. There seems to be a black cloud around Roxie, where someone else always gets hurt. And their once raging sexual relationship has turned sour, causing them to sleep apart. What could have caused this abyss? This is a true story of flagrant injustice in a small country town. It is a page whipping account of sex, drugs, manipulation, false arrest, corrupt public officials and good ‘ol boys who take rather than give. See what it is like to be trapped in the nest of a Black Widow. Read the story and be Pinned.

Review

When his quest for love on the Internet goes horribly wrong, Mark Casey looses a great many things as his lady love turns out to be more than he bargained for. From minor inconsistencies in what she tells him to erratic mood changes, Mark is convinced this relationship isn’t for him, but what happens when he tries to get away is shocking.

A thriller with heart and an intriguing introduction the the Bluegrass Series of books, I look forward to the sequel this summer.

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