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Redemption (An Ash Park, #5) by Meghan O’Flynn – Review by Shannon Fowler

Redemption (Ash Park, #5)Redemption by Meghan O’Flynn
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This series just keeps getting better and better. There are surprises at every turn. This book is well written and just as exciting as the rest of the series. It is also just as twisted and gruesome as the other books as well.

Detective Petrosky is an amazing detective, father and person. He is a human. He has made mistakes from the beginning of book one. But he is human. He loves with his whole heart, but he won’t tell you that. He’s tough on the outside and even tougher on the inside. I love that he is a larger type man, with common health conditions. Doesn’t everyone love granola bars!?

I also love the return of certain characters from previous books, especially Shannon Morrison. Watching her change from the hard as nails prosecutor into a loving and caring mother was an interesting twist. Knowing that some of the characters get closure, if not their own version of a happily ever after, makes this book a fantastic finish for this series.

I highly recommend this book as the perfect conclusion to the Ash Park series.

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Redemption (An Ash Park Novel – Book 5) By Meghan O’Flynn – Review By Melissa Agena

Redemption (Ash Park, #5)Redemption by Meghan O’Flynn
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

WOW! What a way to end a series! Redemption is Book 5 in the Ash Park Series by Meghan O’Flynn. I wasn’t sure what to expect from this book seeing as though the last one left you a little worried. Detective Ed Petrosky has lost his partner and the son he never had. Now that Shannon is moving on with the kids, what does he do? That is the constant question that keeps remaining throughout the entire book. However, in true Meghan O’Flynn style, she has a twist for us. A new partner for Petrosky! And this one is a loop that you did not see coming! I’m not going to go in detail because I want you to be surprised but let’s just say Petrosky is way out of his league on this one! But you will definitely love it! I know I did. I absolutely loved this book as well as I did the others! I would definitely read this series in order because it ends up being one ongoing story. This author has really impressed me with her writing style and raw nature that you do not tend to see very often! I’m glad this series has come to my attention and I truly cannot wait to read more from her! It isn’t easy writing murder mystery and to do it so well and to be able to keep one’s attention through 5 books is amazing! Well done Ms. O’Flynn! You have done this series and this genre proud!

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REDEMPTION (An Ash Park Novel – Book 5)

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Meghan O’Flynn

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Repressed: An Ash Park Novel (Volume 3) by Meghan O’Flynn – Review by Shannon Fowler

Repressed (Ash Park, #3)Repressed by Meghan O’Flynn
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

O.M.G. This book is INTENSE. Frightening, scary, gruesome, and intense. I think I was holding my breath through the last half of the book. I know my heart was on edge! I think this one is my favorite of this series so far!

O’Flynn is a sick and twisted kind of author! Which is becoming my favorite kind of author!
This book included our favorite characters from the first two Ash Park novels, Detectives Petrosky and Morrison and DA Shannon Taylor who had married Morrison in the last book. This story has our team hunting for a pedophile, a murderer and a kidnapper. What are the chances it’s the same person? What are the chances that it’s someone they know?

There are a lot of “repressed” memories and feelings in this story. (Wow what a great title!) I am surprised there weren’t more bad guys!

“Perhaps one day the other memories would fade as the good in life oozed in to the crowd out the tragedy.”

I definitely recommend this story but advise that starting with book one will help you understand the characters feelings and personalities that much more.

Review by @shannonlovesbooks

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Redemption: An Ash Park Novel (Volume 5) by Meghan O’Flynn -Review by Caralee Loonat

Redemption (Ash Park, #5)Redemption by Meghan O’Flynn
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Redemption An Ash Park Novel by Meghan O’Flynn

4 Stars!!!!

I must say that even though it isn’t my go to genre I was still as impressed with this book as I was
with the first. I found that the author has a unique way of writing that the books just flow one
right after the other. There is a constant that brings each book together. I was as hooked from page
one of this book five as I was from book one.

This book really brings things full circle as Petrosky really has to battle his inner demons and
work his way through the case. I really felt my heart strings tugging for him. I like how the author
was able to make it so that you had bated breath to see how things would turn out. Petrosky really
has his redemption in this final book. I really would like to read more from this author in the future
and even though it isn’t my go to genre I will be reading this series again as I am sure that as with
most you tend to find details and things that you missed the first time.

Reviewed by @caraleeloonat
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Repressed: An Ash Park Novel, Volume 3 by Meghan O’Flynn – Review by Krystal Gregory

Repressed (Ash Park, #3)Repressed by Meghan O’Flynn
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Repressed: An Ash Park Novel, Volume 3 by Meghan O’Flynn
4 out of 5 Stars
This third book in this series is beyond amazing. Curtis Morrison has had a rough life, but right now, life is good for him. Newly married, a Detective at Ash Park Police and a baby girl. But all of that comes crashing to a halt when his wife and daughter go missing and his life goes into a tail spin.
Someone from his past is coming back to get him, and they are making his live h*ll. He has spent the better half of his adult life trying to get away from the life he left, but someone does not want him to forget. Someone wants him to remember and they want to make him remember in a way that will hurt him the worst, and time is running out.
Ms O’Flynn is a very talented writer. This book was full of passion, secondary emotions and strong details. I loved every second of this book. Most definitely an 18+ for the strong language and violence but a fantastic book nonetheless. If you love James Patterson, or books similar, you will love this book.

Reviewed by @kgregory

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Conviction: An Ash Park Novel, Volume 2 by Meghan O’Flynn – Review by Krystal Gregory

Conviction (Ash Park, #2)Conviction by Meghan O’Flynn
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Conviction: An Ash Park Novel, Volume 2 by Meghan O’Flynn
4 out of 5 Stars
This book is intense. If there was ever a white-knuckled thriller, this book would be in the running. I could not turn the pages fast enough on this book. Shannon Taylor is the main character for this book and lord have mercy is she a powerhouse. Being a District Attorney for her city means that she has to be tough as nails and when she has to deal with the lowest of the low, she is as tough as they come, except when it evidence shows that she may have put a young mother in jail for a murder that she didn’t commit. That will crack the edges of even the hardest hearts.
Shannon knows the girls is hiding something but she won’t say what, or who it is and Shannon herself becomes the victim/target of warnings and targeted messages. Shannon has to race against the clock to protect herself and to right the wrong she has done by putting the right person behind bars, she just isn’t sure if she will be put into the ground first.
Ms O’Flynn is a very talented writer. This book was full of passion, secondary emotions and strong details. I loved every second of this book. Most defiantly an 18+ for the strong language and violence but a fantastic book none the less. If you love James Patterson, or books similar, you will love this book.

Reviewed by @kgregory

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Famished: An Ash Park Novel, Volume 1 by Meghan O’Flynn – Review by Krystal Gregory

Famished (Ash Park, #1)Famished by Meghan O’Flynn
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Famished: An Ash Park Novel, Volume 1 by Meghan O’Flynn
4 out of 5 Stars
This book was a tough one for me to get through, I will be honest. This book had me scared in a few places and I had to put my kindle down at times to catch my breath. Hannah Montgomery is a volunteer at a local women’s shelter in Ash Park. When women from her shelter go missing, Hannah starts to suspect that something is wrong, very, very, wrong, and she is very, very right. A serial killer is slicing and dicing up women in her neighborhood.
The police think that Hannah has something to do with it after her boyfriend is murdered in the same fashion. Hannah knows who the murder is…problem is….they are only getting started.
I couldn’t sit still with this book. I was so antsy reading this because of the detail of this book. My cat jumped on my bed at one point and I screamed! I love a good thriller and this book delivers all of that and more. Most defiantly an 18+ for the strong language and violence. Highly recommended

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Repressed (An Ash Park Novel – Book 3) By Meghan O’Flynn – Review By Melissa Agena

Repressed (Ash Park, #3)Repressed by Meghan O’Flynn
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

WOW! Truly impressive book! Repressed is the third book in the Ash Park Series by Meghan O’Flynn. This book follows Morrison and of course his new lovely wife and their new daughter. Petrosky is in this as well like always. However, we get in depth with Curt Morrison and reach inside him and pull out his demons. Unlike the other books, this one seems to be a bit darker. The demons that one fights inside the brain can be truly tough and very hard to conquer. On top of that previous addiction usage doesn’t help the situation either. This book also covers depression in several ways. Just like the other books, this book also follows a case that Morrison and Petrosky are working on. This one involves little boys and pedophilia that has escalated to murder. It also has to do with Morrison’s past and someone wanting him to pay. I loved reading this one because Morrison’s character seems so real and relatable. He’s like a person that everyone has known at some point and time in their life and his struggle is something completely valid. As I said…this book is a bit more dark and a bit more intense. But as the story unfolds all the pieces click together perfectly. I love how all the main characters remain in the series but there is one character that each book focuses on. It makes it feel like a drawn out movie and somehow all the books and parts link together. It’s truly awesome! I simply cannot get enough of this series and I cannot wait to read the rest of the books!

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