Unlikely to Tell (A Parker Lake Novel Book 4) by Olivia Sherwood – Reviewed by Ashley Lape

Unlikely to Tell (A Parker Lake Novel Book 4)Unlikely to Tell by Olivia Sherwood
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I have read the rest of the books in the Parker Lake set and just like the rest, this book did not disappoint. The author does a great job of continuing the stories of each of the characters meanwhile focusing on the main couple. Karen is quiet and keeps to herself high school math teacher. Karen has one close friend and that is Breckin, on the occasion Karen will venture out to hang out with Breckins group of girlfriends. She needs to stay under the radar because no one knows her story. That is the case until Brody Cooper decides to come back home for a visit. Brody has not been home in a few years because he’s been so busy at work. Broody was not sure how long his boss would extend his visit. Only in town a few days when Broody heads over to Swansons to pick up groceries and he runs into Karen. It was not a good first impression on Broody’s part. Not realizing Brooy was Breckin’s brother Karen rambles to Breckin about the horrible interaction.
I really love this series of books. To watch Karen from book one and then finally get to learn her story is great. It was definitely a treat to watch Broody and Karen’s relationship blossom.

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Reviewed by @alape

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