Always Look Twice is the second book of the Uncommon Justice Series. This book follows the story of another of the McKade brothers. Those who read the first book in the series will be happy to learn there is a story about Heath McKade.
This story is interesting and crazy all at the same time. There are a lot of unusual twists and turns in the plot. It seems things are headed a certain direction and then there is something new revealed. Elizabeth Goddard does a nice job of getting readers involved with her characters and helping the readers to invest emotionally.
Perhaps more than anything the reader will feel remorse for the sad, lonely childhood of Harper Reynolds. As her story unfolds, it becomes even sadder. Somewhere out there is an obsessed person who will stop at nothing to prevent others from finding out what he or she did. It makes for an exciting ride and will leave a reader to ponder on all that happens in the book.
This book was sent to Compass Book Ratings for review by Revell
Violence/Gore: A woman witnesses from a distance a man shooting a woman, this is referenced throughout the book; report that a child’s father was murdered, this is referenced frequently; a character recalls killing someone; blood is pooling from an injury; a character sees a body with a hole in its head; an explosion causes harm to people and property.
Sex/Nudity: Non-married characters kiss and embrace.
Mature Subject Matter:
Murder, death of a parent.
Alcohol / Drug Use:
An adult character consumes alcohol.