Book Review: What’s Done in the Dark by ReShonda Tate Billingsley


What’s Done in the Dark

ReShonda Tate Billingsley

Publication Date: July 15, 2014

5 Stars: Non-Stop Page Turner

What you do in the dark surely comes into the light in ReShonda Tate Billingsley’s new book, What’s Done in the Dark. Felise and her husband, Greg is supposed to be celebrating their anniversary but something goes wrong. The couple argues instead and Felise finds herself at a local hotel letting off steam. When you are angry you tend to do stupid things and Felise finds out first hand just what that means.

Stephen is trying his best to make his marriage work but can’t seem to calm down or please his wife, Paula. Stephen finally has it when in the middle of an argument his wife threatens to divorce him. Paula doesn’t care that he hangs up until Stephen doesn’t come home. Paula soon regrets her words realizing she can’t take them back. Paula’s guilt turns into worry until she is told exactly where Stephen has been.

What’s Done in the Dark was an entertaining book with suspense, drama and a little humor. The characters were well-developed and kept me anticipating their next moves. The twists and turns in this book will have readers rushing to turn the pages. After reading this book readers will realize that you don’t put yourself in situations that will only cause trouble. I recommend What’s Done in the Dark to others.

Reviewed by Teresa Beasley


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