I had planned to review this earlier, but had a little computer trouble-- my monitor got broke and I couldn't read much of anything for a few days. :( But it's fixed now and I got my read on. :)
I didn't realize that The Alias was a thriller until after I agreed to review it. I was a little worried about liking it since thrillers are not my genre of choice. No problem though, I found I liked it very much. :)
Kudos to you, Mandi. Of course it didn't hurt that I quickly found myself on a family farm with a loving aunt and uncle that embody the kind of family drama that I DO like to read (and write) about. Throw in a kid and a horse (and she did) and I'm there. :)
The Alias was a fast-paced read that touched me, even while quickening my heart beat in many places. I felt for Jacey on many levels, most especially as a mother who wants to protect her son no matter what, and as a woman forced to make difficult choices.
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