Review: Invisible

Invisible, cover

They found each other. Then the killer found them.

Detective Jackson “Jax” McKenna walks into a psychologist’s office and sees that she bares a striking resemblance to his high school love, Lainie, who went missing ten years ago after their first date. Dr. Elizabeth Parker who is really Elaine Wilson, Jax’s “Lainie” recognizes Jax as soon as he walks through the door. Lainie had been in hiding since the night that changed both their lives. Jax discovers the truth when the killer send Lainie a message that he’s back for his revenge and has found her once again. When Jax and Lainie go into hiding they found that their old feelings for each other are resurfacing as the killer theaters their lives as well as the people who they both love. Can Jax keep Lainie safe and help her stay Invisible?

About this author

L.A. Remenicky’s journey to publication started with an intro to NANOWRIMO in 2012 and she never looked back. She is a payroll professional by day and writes out the stories in her head by night. She shares her life with her husband and three fur-kids.

My review

This book was amazing! When Jax and Lainie first meet they are from two totally different worlds. I loved how Jax could see through Lainie and get to know the real her, not just what was on the outside. As the story unfolds other loved ones are pulled into this nightmare, but much isn’t really said about what they go through or their journey. I’m hoping the author meant to do this as hinting towards a sequel or possible series? This was a great read, I couldn’t put it down. I literally read it in less then 2 sittings. The plot flowed so easily and I just fell in love with Lainie and Jax and their love for each other. I’m giving this book 5 Stars! It’s a must read for sure!


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