[Gayle Roper] E-pub See No Evil Summary


  • Paperback
  • 256
  • See No Evil
  • Gayle Roper
  • English
  • 01 October 2019
  • 9780373442294

6 thoughts on “See No Evil

  1. says:

    This book is not in my usual genre to read but when my Aunt passed away I inherited all of her books and so instead of letting them to waste I decided to read a few when I was bored It ended up being not a bad little story When Anna witnessed the suspect leaving the scene of a murder her life suddenly became much interesting He of

  2. says:

    Written in first person with a few chapters from the killer's point of view this book is a winner with the right amount of romance and suspense The author mixes light hearted scenes that leave you laughing with tender hearted scenes Home decorator and art teacher Anna witnesses a murderer running from a building while hanging curtains in Gray Edwards' new housing development Now Gray must protect her and her two girlfriends from the murder

  3. says:

    Great book

  4. says:

    I knew this would be a good fast 'clean' read for my campingfishing time in Oklahoma Glad it wasn't set in the woods on a lake lol

  5. says:

    I enjoyed this one uite well I hadn't read this author before but I was taken with her writing style from the first couple of pages and I've al

  6. says:

    I enjoyed the book Gayle Roper doesn't overdo it on the God thing; I really like her plot and the character development and the sense of humor she brings to her books

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See No Evil

Ky roommates and the overprotective ownerof the housing development Gray Edwards As a believer I know helptruly comes from the Lord but I sure wish He'd sent someoneless handsome. Great book

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Escaping thescene of his crime a murder right next door to the house I was decorating Now my life's on the line until the police fi nd the murderer and I'mguarded 247 by my panic. Written in first person with a few chapters from the killer s point of view this book is a winner with the right amount of romance and suspense The author mixes light hearted scenes that leave you laughing with tender hearted scenes Home decorator and art teacher Anna witnesses a murderer running from a building while hanging curtains in Gray Edwards new housing development Now Gray must protect her and her two girlfriends from the murderer The suspense was great The author took us on a few twists and turns along the way I was actually surprised several times The romance was also very good I loved the scene in the truck when they thought it was over Very sweet indeed This is definitely a rad in one sitting kind of book

SUMMARY See No Evil

My home decorating business was booming thanks to that newaccount for model homes in a posh neighborhood Of course it didn'tseem uite so posh when I came face to face with a man. This book is not in my usual genre to read but when my Aunt passed away I inherited all of her books and so instead of letting them to waste I decided to read a few when I was bored It ended up being not a bad little story When Anna witnessed the suspect leaving the scene of a murder her life suddenly became much interesting He of course wanted her dead so that she couldn t identify him and the strong willed woman that she is doesn t want to give anything up including her work her privacy her friends her bed or her schedule just so she can be protected by the police department So she decides she better find the killer on her own asap so that she can get back to her boring life What she doesn t except is her friends and acuaintances wanting to help her every step of the way There were lots of parts that m


About the Author: Gayle Roper

Gayle Roper rejoices every day that she gets to be a writer because she's in love with story Even on the days that words rebel and have to be coerced onto the paper there is nothing else she'd rather do When readers like her work it's like God says See I knew what you were wired to do When her books win awards like the Carol Award Caught Redhanded or the RITA Award Autumn Dreams the