Release Blitz with Review: Lotus Effect by Trisha Wolfe

April 30, 2019

Lotus Effect
Trisha Wolfe
Publication date: April 29th 2019
Genres: Adult, Suspense
Lakin Hale, true crime writer and victim of an attack that left her for dead, helps crime solvers and victims close cold cases, yet there is one crime she hasn’t been able to solve:
Her own.
As she embarks on a new case, working closely with Special Agent Rhys Nolan, the details of the murder begin to eerily resemble the event that nearly ended her life. A silhouette of a man haunts her dreams, but there were only two people there that night—Lakin and her murderer. Is the phantom hero who pulled her from the water a delusion, or is he the only one who can unlock her dark memories?
Buried in a watery grave of lotuses, the victim calls out to Lakin, unearthing painful memories of what was stolen from her that fateful night. For those that played a part, it’s now time to answer for their sins.

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“The lies we tell ourselves so that we can cope with our insignificant existence, to make us feel more meaningful in this life, aren’t the same as a tailored lie meant to deceive another person.” 

Trisha Wolfe is one of those authors that from the minute you finish reading a book of hers, you feel thoroughly schooled. You develop this type of knowledge that you had no idea you were craving and it forces you to look at things differently. Your mind is constantly at work and by the time you’re half way through, you will have no idea which way is up and you’ll love that.

It’s been nearly four years since a tragedy has wreaked havoc on crime writer Lakin’s life. Now a partner with an FBI’s cold case agent, she’s made it her mission to get justice for the ones who no longer have a voice. But with every new lead on a case, her past is somehow connected and the killer is still on the loose. Will Lakin be able to solve the brutal mystery and her own?

Without delving too much into the story, I have to say that this author took us on a psychological turmoil that was hauntingly breathtaking at times with the clearest visual one’s mind can conjure. You felt for the characters and you wanted justice for the deceased because they deserved it and then some. I really liked that the main characters both had difficult pasts and they had this sort of kindred spirit they found in each other. You were immediately connected to them and I loved seeing their protectiveness with each other. 

If you love psychological thrillers, then I think you should give this one a try. Trisha Wolfe will definitely have you hooked with the search for a killer. 

Author Bio:
USA Today bestselling romantic thriller author Trisha Wolfe. From an early age, Trisha Wolfe dreamed up imaginary worlds and characters and was accused of talking to herself. Today, she lives in South Carolina with her family and writes full time, using her imaginary worlds as an excuse to continue talking to herself.
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  1. Fabulous review Sonya!!! Sounds so good!! Shared on my socials!!πŸ’–πŸ’‹

    1. Thank you so much babe!! I appreciate itπŸ˜™❤❤