Blog This by Cami Checketts

September 23, 2013 | 2 Comments
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BlogThis3Will protecting children throughout the world cost Natasha her own family?

Devastated by the loss of her brother, Natasha Senecot works to expose the dangers of Matthew Chrysler’s violent video games, succeeding in bankrupting and humiliating him.

Chrysler retaliates and sends a hit man after her. Natasha is forced to fake her own death to protect her children, but after witnessing another tragedy, Natasha won’t hide any longer.

In a race against time, can Natasha expose Matthew Chrysler before his assassin murders her family and shatters her world?

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Title: Blog This (Tenderness & Terror #1)

Author: Cami Checketts

Publisher: Birch River Publishing

Release Date: September 21, 2013

ISBN: 978-1492322504

Formats: 326 pages, 6×9, softcover; e-book

Genre: Suspense



2 responses to “Blog This by Cami Checketts

  1. Cami Checketts is not only and AMAZING author…She is also an AMAZING person!

    And this book is SO. SO. SO. GOOD!

    Suspense, action, mystery, romance, and a momma who will do anything to protect her kids…it’s all in here!

    GREAT TWISTS in the plot keep you reading to find out who the bad guy really is and how much Natasha is willing to say…or not say…before her time runs out.

    I. LOVED. LOVED. LOVED. THIS. BOOK!

  2. Gayle Humpherys

    I had kind of a mixed reaction to this book. On one hand, it was a unique, exciting, and fast-paced storyline. I liked the main character, Natasha, and her fierce protectiveness for her children as well as her strong desire to stand up against evil. Her best friend was a hoot and added some fun humor to the story.
    On the other hand, however, I was conflicted about the relationships Natasha had with each of the three men in the story. None of them really felt realistic to me. The villain, Alex, was pretty terrifying so it was hard to accept some of her reactions to him. Her ex-husband was frustrating to me and the detective seemed to overstep professional bounds a bit. It also seemed like Alex’s ability to thwart the police at every turn was a bit unrealistic. But the story was pretty non-stop action and I’m intrigued to see what happens with several of the characters in the next book!

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