Miami Days, Havana Nights By Linda Bennett Pennell – Review by Laura Furuta

Miami Days Havana NightsMiami Days Havana Nights by Linda Bennett Pennell
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Miami Days, Havana Nights
By: Linda Bennett Pennell
5 out of 5 stars

The story Miami Days, Havana Nights by Linda Bennett Pennell is a historical/suspense/romance book. It is a story that pulled me in from the very beginning and didn’t let me go until the final page. It weaves a tale so interesting that I was turning pages to find out what happened next. This is a story that takes you to the past as well as tells a story in the present. I enjoyed reading about the character of Sam Ackerman. He is a young man who finds himself without a home and indebted to the mob. Sam feels the weight of that debt, even more, when he falls in love with Rebecca. Will Sam ever be free to be with the woman that he loves? I also loved reading about Liz Reams. She is a Crime professor who seems to have it all. Success in her job, the love of her life, and a new lead on another character from the past. What does the future hold for Liz and her love? Why is it that she can’t seem to commit to him fully? Read this book to find out. This is a story that had my emotions going up and down. It also has characters that I grew to care about and wanted them to find success and happiness. Don’t miss out on a story that you will not want to put down until you have read the ending. I highly recommend it.

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