Book Review of Kate’s Conundrum by Sarah Holman!

Kate’s Conundrum (Kate's Case Files #4)About: When the seventeen-year-old Samantha Hardgrave disappears, Kate is sent to take her place at the college to follow up on leads. What she finds is a girl more complicated than most people thought with plenty of her own secrets. Samantha’s parents painted a picture of an upstanding girl who never hides anything, but that isn’t what Kate hears from Samantha’s roommate. Who is telling the truth?

Patrick doesn’t even feel like they should be on the Hardgrave case. It is clear to everyone except her family what happened: she ran off with a visiting professor. Yet, as he learns more about her from her friends and family, he begins to doubt. Would Samantha have done something like that? And how come Kate is getting such a different picture of who Samantha was?

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My Review:

Genre: Suspense, FBI fiction, Christian fiction.

My Rating: 5 stars!

My Recommendation: 17/18 up. Warnings below.

My Favorite Character/s: Kate, her character is growing so much and we are seeing more and more development in the team but especially Kate. I love her and the other girls, they are the wonderful characters though it is almost a tie with Logan for favorite just like in the last book it was a tie between . . . Oh, nevermind if you really want to know the tie for favorite you can check it out here: https://kayleeskindofwrites20.com/2018/05/31/book-review-of-kates-dilemma-by-sarah-holman/

My Verse for Kate is Psalm 27:10 When my father and my mother forsake me, then the Lord will take me up. (King James Version.)

My Thoughts: Each book in “Kate’s Case Files” has been better than the one before. Which is crazy because the series has been so good since the beginning! In this book, I loved getting to see all of the characters again, the team is really one of my favorite fictional teams. I can’t wait for the next book in the series!

Warnings: A kidnapping kinda, maybe. A characters’ reputations are drag through the mud and implying that a woman ran off with a man.

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