Book Review Tuesday: That Darkest Place by @MarciaMeara #bookishtuesday

From the Pen of Mae Clair

Welcome to Book Review Tuesday. Today, I’m thrilled to share another five star read. I’d like to clarify that I never publicly review a book unless I’m able to provide a minimum of three stars—which I consider an average read. That’s why you mostly see four and five star reviews on my blog with the occasional three star. Today’s book definitely earns five sparkly stars.

Book cover for Taht Darkest Place by Marcia Meara shows image of man with head bowed in his hand, shattered glass superimposed in backgroundThat Darkest Place
by Marcia Meara

The third book of the Riverbend series focuses primarily on Painter brothers, Jackson and Forrest, though youngest brother Hunter, is still a strong presence in his unique and quiet way. I fell in love with his character in book two.

At the end of Finding Hunter, Jackson was behaving horribly—lashing out at those around him, physically and verbally abusive. He ended up in a car accident believed to be the result of drunk driving. In That Darkest Place

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  1. Thanks so much for sharing Mae Clair’s wonderful review of That Darkest Place, Jaye! Those Painter Brothers are near and dear to my heart, so it was a real treat to find out that Mae enjoyed this one so much. Hope some of your readers will give it a try (but the series should be read in order to get the most out of the books.)

    Thanks again, and I hope YOU’LL enjoy TDP, too, when you have a chance to check it out! 🙂 ❤

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