Fearful Symmetry

Fearful Symmetry Guy Hilliard is dead but the legacy of his deceit remains Emma newly married to Matthew Lynes is finding it difficult to shed the guilt she feels for her part in the accident that killed Guy She has

Guy Hilliard is dead, but the legacy of his deceit remains Emma newly married to Matthew Lynes is finding it difficult to shed the guilt she feels for her part in the accident that killed Guy She has not only lost her position at Howard s Lake College, but her academic credentials have been called into question, threatening her career.As if that weren t enough, Ellie, MaGuy Hilliard is dead, but the legacy of his deceit remains Emma newly married to Matthew Lynes is finding it difficult to shed the guilt she feels for her part in the accident that killed Guy She has not only lost her position at Howard s Lake College, but her academic credentials have been called into question, threatening her career.As if that weren t enough, Ellie, Matthew s great granddaughter, holds Emma responsible for Guy s death Ellie also has a bombshell to drop that will leave the family reeling.

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Fearful Symmetry

  1. CF Dunn thrives on creating romantic thrillers with a historical twist, drawing on a degree in history and a career in literacy development to write stories that touch on people s frailty and their unexpected strengths Everyone has a story to tell, and she explores how the legacy of the past impacts on the present and shapes the future The question is, can anyone escape their history, and how will it determine the path they choose to take Her love of Maine and her family s long legacy in the county of Lincolnshire provide a rich heritage and vital elements in the evolving story of The Secret of the Journal series.Blessed with a historian husband, two creative daughters and a quirky Corgi, C.F Dunn divides her time between running a specialist dyslexia and autism school she and her husband founded in Kent, and writing in Cornwall.

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  1. Okaylet s do this There will be spoilers in this review so please prepare yourself or skip my review And to reassure those of you who think this is basically Twilight Matthew is a vampire he s not Rest assured no one is a demon, werewolf, fallen angel, bloodsucking creature or anything of the like I loved the concept of this series I loved the characters for the most part , and the plot It was so intriguing, romantic, out of the box and it was just really cool.Mortal Fire will probably rank as m [...]


  2. The final book of a long series is always going to be particularly challenging for the author There are loose ends to tidy up, without it seeming too neat, and there is no longer the option of leaving it for the next book And there s always the danger that the plot might just run out of steam Fortunately, Dunn does a very neat and effective job of avoiding the pitfalls and bringing the book and the series to a satisfactory conclusion.It s not easy to give specifics without risking spoilers, but [...]


  3. While reading this book, I was terribly conflicted as I devoured the pages and yet regretted that this book was the fifth and final in the Secret of the Journal series For the last several years, I ve been following the development of Emma s and Matthew s relationship, their struggles, joys and family dynamics which can get rather dicey when you re 400 years old To see it all come to an end is all rather sad, yet the conclusion is quite satisfying Ms Dunn, you ve outdone yourself this time Thank [...]


  4. I won a copy of this book during a giveaway I am under no obligation to leave a review or rating and do so voluntarily So that others may also enjoy this book, I am paying it forward by donating it a local library.



  5. I won this book as part of a giveaway from a site called library thing I enjoyed reading it It had a good story to it I hope to read books by this author.


  6. I won this book in a giveaway I haven t read the other books in the series but I did enjoy the story nevertheless It was interesting and intriguing and kept my interest, but I doubt I ll read the rest of the series.


  7. Fearful Symmetry, The Secret of the Journal Series, C F DunnReview from Jeannie Zelos book reviewsGenre Mystery Thrillers, General Fiction Adult Well, I almost missed out in what has been a fabulous five books Thankfully I didn t When I started the first waaay back I just couldn t get into it, kept stopping, putting it aside and finally gave up Fast forward about three months and I was looking for something new to read I d really liked the sound of this, felt a perfect fit for me and I was disap [...]


  8. Well, if I m honest I d have to admit that, though I rated this 4 stars, I thought it had some real problems and I found it a frustrating and unsatisfactory conclusion to such a brilliant series It seemed as if Dunn didn t quite know how to get out of the Gordian knot she d created and the answers offered were disappointing at best In fact, the plot revolves around Emma s new location, which to anyone actually pursuing her would be so obvious as to be ridiculous I kept waiting for Dunn to defend [...]


  9. This book is well, interesting it is slow though and you can guess what is going to happen and you can t understand why the characters can t they really should have it is one book in a series and in the story anyone could have figured out where Emma s location was The middle of the story was slow and the end was quick, I was a little disappointed, but the books concept and story was so good I received a copy of this book to give you an honest review



  10. Overall I m glad I was able to read the end of this series I ve read all but book number four mostly because I missed it coming out but, even with this missing read, I was able to piece together most of what I missed in book four I really enjoyed the first third of the book and was disappointed with the finale of this series Spoiler As others have said, where Emma ended up in hiding was a tad surprising as anyone actually searching for Emma would check with her family and follow them to find her [...]


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