Cross Your Heart
In the summer before their senior year, Coby Rendell and her friends take a beach trip together. Around a campfire on a foggy June night, Coby, Rhiannon, Yvette and the others share their darkest secrets, before a tragic accident shatters the bond between them…
Twelve years later Coby attends a birthday party reunion that ends in horror when Yvette’s sister’s lifeless body is discovered in a hot tub. Soon others in the original group of tale-tellers begin meeting similar fates—unfortunate “accidents” shrinking their numbers one by one…
Conflicted by her growing feelings for Danner Lockwood, the investigating detective, Coby races to unravel a mystery buried in the past. But someone is watching her every move—someone prepared to kill again and again to protect a shocking truth…
Praise for Nancy Bush’s Blind Spot
“Engrossing…twists you won’t see coming!” —Karen Rose, New York Times Bestselling Author
“Atmospheric…sure to cause shivers.” —Book Page
“Bush keeps the story moving quickly and ends with an unexpected twist.” —Publishers Weekly
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A ROMANTIC SUSPENSE TO DIE FOR! HUSH BY NANCY BUSH
(Saturday, September 10, 2011)
HUSH by Nancy Bush is an intriguing romantic suspense. This is the story of a tragic accident that will leave the bonds between those involved shattered.
(Saturday, July 30, 2011)
This book was filled with suspense, but with a typical and overdone storyline. The first 3/4 of the book was good, but the last 1/4 fell flat and wrapped up in an anticlimactic way. I was disappointed by the ending but the story to get to the ending appeared well developed and interesting. The subplot did not appear to have anything to do with the main plot which I found odd. The old secrets from school mates has been done several times that I had read and this offered nothing new.
A Complex Mystery
(Sunday, July 17, 2011)
Twelve summers ago, Coby Rendell and a group of her friends gathered around a campfire on the Pacific coast and shared secrets with each other. The same night, one of their friends—a handsome boy that all the girls loved—died in a tragic accident. Twelve years later, the secrets the girls shared are still hidden and festering, and tragedy strikes again. Another accident? Or murder? Coby teams up with sexy detective Danner Lockwood—the one who got away—to solve the mystery of how her friends died. Someone resents Coby’s sleuthing, however, and she may be the next “accident” victim.
The large cast of characters in Hush made the story difficult to follow at times. Every character has his or her own private drama and reason for potentially committing murder. The story reads a little like a soap opera with multiple mysteries layered on top of one another, and the plot is undeniably complex. The heroine is a smart, grounded, and courageous main character, and readers will find themselves rooting for a happy ending.