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Preview — Sadie by Rebecca Belliston
Sadie (Sadie #1)
Sadie Dawson thinks she has the perfect life until one Christmas Day when accusations and misunderstandings throw her life into turmoil. Feeling her boyfriend's wrath in a blinding Montana snowstorm, she finds refuge with four friends on their annual ski vacation. While she knows there is more to a perfect life than diamonds and dinner parties, Sadie must discover who has...more
Sadie is a mystery/romance. The mystery aspect of the plot is not so much a "who dunnit" as a "STOP him before he does it again" kind of thing. There was good suspense, but I loved the romance angle even more. The heroes were fun and identifiable as individual characters. Often times when there are multiple strong characters in the lead roles, it is necessary to keep a tab on ...more
Sadie is a beautiful, young woman caught up in a suddenly abusive relationship that she can't seem to leave because of the time she has spent with her boyfriend up to now and the money and influence he has to offer her. Unable to trust anyone, she runs away on a cold snowy night and nea ...more
In my opinion, the author excelled at fleshing out the minor characters. Sometimes with books, when multiple characters are introduced at the same time, I have trouble telling them apart and have to flip back to remember who is who, but that did not occur with this novel. Belliston did a great job giving Sam, Josh, Kevin, and Trevor their own personalities and identity. I real ...more
I thought Sadie was a pretty spunky girl, but she seemed pretty clueless about her boyfriend. I guess it's the typical abusive situation, where she didn't really want to believe this is how he is. I loved the banter ...more
There were a few things that were a bit out there for me to g ...more
This book wasn't made into a movie.
I would most defiantly recommend this to book to anyone, mostly to young adults as well as older ad ...more
The suspense kept me turning pages; the romance was sweet. I liked how she included the Mormon/faith bits without overwhelming the story.