“Sarah is relatable with her flawed character and raw emotions.”
In this romance mystery, secrets/questions blindside Sarah hard.
She is a national bestselling mystery author. Her books have sold millions of copies. At the height of her success and fame, tragedy strikes–the worst of blows–something she never expected. “Empowering and Engaging.”
“Just as all her novels before, “Cache Cache” is deeply engaging, descriptive, and exciting. Peggy seems to have a magical way with words that captures the reader’s imagination and attention.”
“My death frees us both, Butterfly. Caché, caché…” These are her husband’s last spoken words on his deathbed. He hands her a golden key, then the love of her life, David, passes from this world to the next.
“You will be glued to the pages as the author sets the stage with her wonderful ability to make vivid descriptions and scenes out of her words.”
What does he mean? Frees them both from what?
“As always, the author has a way of setting up a mystery that immediately draws in the reader.”
Confused, torn, and hurt, Sarah becomes consumed by this mystery. She is driven by a terrible desire to solve it, but she can’t question a dead man, can she? Instead, she must look at their past, and her own. What terrible secret is out there, waiting to be dug up? Can she handle what she will uncover? Does she even want to know the truth?
“Edelheit weighs everything. She tells what she sees and not see. She shows the reader with words of a wordsmith, how Sarah’s mental, spiritual and emotional side mill her thoughts.”
With a handful of clues, including a secret note and the key, Sarah must work to solve this mystery and decode her husband’s final words. Confusion, love, and heartbreaking regrets only scratch the surface.
“I loved how the author used the origins of words to really make some points and how words were used throughout the book really making this book a great one for me.”
Caché, Caché is a contemporary romance/mystery. If you enjoy an original story, then you will love Edelheit’s newest book filled with choices taken and those not taken.
“Edelheit drops significant indicators that keeps the suspense alive by referring to a back story. She strings past with present and gives the reader a visual inventory to decipher the mystery.” And what about fate? Does that play in all this?
“There are romance elements and that suits it just fine, and the writing style is something I really appreciate with this author. She really knows her way with words, sentences are well crafter and it is a joy to read, it is like you float through pages without any effort.”
“All in all, this is a very gripping book. I loved it!”