Posted by: Jill Potts Jones | July 16, 2013

Harlan Coben delivers

Six YearsJake Fisher watched the love of his life marry another man.  She made him promise that he would never ever contact her again.  A perfectly reasonable request.  And, for six years, he obeyed her wishes.  Six years of agony.  Not being able to move on.  So, when he read the obituary of her husband six years later, he believed his promise was void and he wanted to support her in her grief.   He attended the funeral only to find the widow was not the love of his life.  This discovery triggered an avalanche of events that put people in danger and exposed the lies of those closest to him.

Not since “Tell No One” has Harlen Coben captivated with one sentence.  Even the title, “Six Years”, is compelling enough to wonder what six years means.  Jake Fisher was a good man. He believed there were no gray areas when it came to doing the right thing.  He kept his promise even when it hurt.  He broke his promise when he thought the only woman he would ever love was in danger.  What would he do to save her?

You won’t be able to put this book down.  Trust me.  Pick it up and four hours later, you’ll still be reading or you’ll be finished.

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