Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Over My Live Body Book Review



 
I have a really good mystery/thriller book to share with you today that I thought you would love to read called Over My Live Body written by Susan Israel.
 
Synopsis:
Delilah is accustomed to people seeing her naked. As a nude model – a gig that keeps food on the table while her career as a sculptor takes off – it comes with the territory. But Delilah has never before felt this vulnerable. 
Because Delilah has an admirer. Someone who is paying a great deal of attention to her. And he just might love her to death.
The debut of a shockingly fresh voice in suspense fiction, OVER MY LIVE BODY will work its way inside of you.
This is a VERY good book that you definitely want to read! From the moment it starts until it ends, there is nothing but action, action, action!

Of course, I really don't think that I could do what Delilah does for a living and how she can be so utterly un-ashamed of herself is way beyond belief and a little bit naïve to think that these people come to just paint her. There has to be and there is those that come just to see a naked women expose herself.

Of course, she picks up a really bad admirer who doesn't really admire her like she thinks, but in a bad way because he wants to punish her for flaunting her body all over the city.

There is also a very nice little romance going on, too, so it breaks the threat if being killed at any moment a little more bearable. You will want to read this one for sure!

Happy Reading! 

About the Author:

Susan Israel lives in Connecticut with her beloved dog, but New York City lives in her heart and mind. A graduate of Yale College, her fiction has been published in Other Voices, Hawaii Review and Vignette and she has written for magazines, websites and newspapers, including Glamour, Girls Life, Ladies Home Journal and The Washington Post. She currently at work on the second book in the Delilah Price series, Student Bodies.

3 comments:

Gala said...

I'm still looking for "the one"

Anita Yancey said...

I don't have just one favorite author, I have several favorites. Such as Linda Fairstein, Tess Gerritsen, Lisa Gardner, Lisa Unger, and many more. Thanks for having the giveaway.

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Misha Estrada said...

I like Agatha Christie.