Author Kaira Rouda sucked me into her latest novel, last year's thriller "Best Day Ever," with its distinctive first-person writing style. It's told from the viewpoint of a successful advertising executive who decides to take his beloved wife on a romantic weekend trip. What begins as a seemingly loving gesture from husband to wife rapidly takes a different turn as the day goes along and the reader becomes better acquainted with the narrator. It's no Pulitzer Prize winner, but it is a fast, juicy read for those fascinated by human psychology; Amazon.com.
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