Here’s what Kathy Altman from USA Today’s HEA blog had to say about Wrongfully Accused.
Why you should read it: Six sentences in I realized I would not be putting this book down until I’d read the final page. Not only was I held rapt by the suspense-filled scene unfolding in front of me, but I had it bad for the hero. Or I did, until theWrongfully Accused part kicked in — then of course I had to keep reading to find out how Kate is vindicated, and how Gabe gets his comeuppance. Then there was the little matter of the villain’s identity — and all I have to say about that is that this author is delightfully diabolical.