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Want to read a very captivating and thrilling book? Look no further! Carrie has once again entertained and captivated my attention with a tale that is just outstanding! I started the novel one evening rather late and hated to wait till the next day to finish it, but alas I had to. So, when I picked it up the following day, I just kept turning pages until the very end. It was an unbelievable tale about a woman who doesn’t want to be called by her real name but by Tavish, which is a part of her last name. Tavish is a brilliant woman who owns a company, is an heiress when she turns 30, and an artist. She views herself different from what is reality, and all she wants is to be loved. What changes her whole life is that she loses her fiancée and inherits a dog she at first loathes. But life is about to rush her headlong into trouble and running for her life. Tavish meets an FBI agent named Stewart though he doesn’t reveal that part of his life to her at first. Tavish and her mother don’t get along at all but wait to read what happens between these two characters! There is romance, danger, mystery, faith, adventure and more awaiting you in the pages of Fragments of Fear. When you’re done, don’t be surprised if you are wanting to read another of Carrie’s books! Don’t hold your breath when reading this exciting and surprising tale!
Tavish, with the help of FBI agent Sawyer Price, eventually solves the art theft mystery that leads her down so many dangerous trails only to find another dead body. The sweet romance between Tavish and Sawyer is icing on the cake, and the canine character Marley is a cutie, but the other leads that Tavish follows are extremely dangerous to her and to so many other characters. Author Carrie Parks keeps the reader guessing until near the end of the novel about who is instigating the thefts and the murders.