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Talk About It Thursday: Four Kayla Perrin Mysteries Worth Reading

It is Talk About It Thursday and today I want to share some mysteries I stumbled upon while shopping on Book Outlet. Book Outlet is an online bookstore featuring books at a discounted price. It’s the ideal place to get really cheap hardback books or any books in general.

Let’s get back to Kayla Perrin. I haven’t read any of her books in a while before this particular purchase, so these four books were a treat. Perrin is an awesome mystery and suspense writer. What I love about her books is they’re centered on college students. Her book also suggest things that could happen or have happened in the world today. Let’s take a look at four books by Kayla Perrin that are worth reading.

We’ll Never Tell

 

 

We’ll Never Tell is about a sorority, betrayal and the secrets it holds. It’s also about wanting revenge and not understanding the consequences. It’s available on Amazon.com believe me the twists and turns in this book will have you on the edge of your seat.

What’s Done in Darkness

 

What’s Done in Darkness is about what happens after college graduation. It’s about trying to keep your sanity and looking for help in the wrong place from the wrong person. It’s available on Amazon.com and believe me it will keep you on your toes.

Spring Break

 

Spring Break is about a vacation gone wrong. When one friend goes missing and another won’t give up until she finds her, in searching for said friend a lot f her hidden secrets are revealed. It’s available on Amazon.com and don’t forget to prepare for the ride.

Winter Break

Winter Break is another book centered around college students, rumors and a vacation that takes a wrong turn for one student. His girlfriend tries her best to find him but being on a cruise ship doesn’t help the situation at all. It’s available on Amazon.com and the twists in this book will make this read so worth it.

Each book has a relationship element and some type of problem. The villains hide in plain sight because you’re so engrossed in the story, you miss them until the end. Some characters will drive you crazy and others you’ll root for but the suspense keeps you turning the pages.

The excitement you get from Perrin’s books relates to the fact she creates characters with flaws that are shocking once revealed.

What books have you read by Kayla Perrin? Share in the comments below.

Until next time,

Teresa Beasley