It is very cool to read a book that was written by someone you know. It is even cooler when the book turns out to be fantastic. This is the case with Relative Evil by Debra Erfert. Deb is a super fun person with that special quirky sense of humor that makes me love her. At retreat last week, she would come up behind me and act weird. After reading her book, I’m glad I didn’t read it before retreat or I would have been scared of her!
If you are looking for a good, clean, suspenseful story that will keep you reading til your eyes are dried open and your fingers are sore from gripping the book so hard, Relative Evil is the one for you.
Debra has taken a sweet, girl-next-door-writer and turned her into a superstar writer that is fighting for her life amid family drama. The books pages demand to be turned quickly as your pulse races through the intense situations as well as the almost steamy encounters.
I loved this book and highly recommend it! I hope Debra writes more stories like these. I’m sure this one was “inspired”, but there are probably many more lurking in the back of her mind or, hiding under the driver’s seat in her Jeep, Cause I said so.
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Oh, stop it! You’re making me blush…
Seriously, I’m so glad you enjoyed it! Thank you doing my first official book review. You totally rocked my entire universe!!! I may never be the same, and according to you, that probably is a good thing.
Deb, you are amazing. Never change!
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A fellow author of mine from Xchyler gets her first review of her novel