Spin the Love by Lisa Terry

Spin the love

It was supposed to be a game to heat up their summer—not ruin their lives.
Sixteen-year-old Whispy Callahan lands in trouble thicker than Florida’s humidity when she plays a twisted game of Dare. Everything would have been fine if she hadn’t fallen for one of the player’s “targets” along with dredging up buried murderous tendencies. Forget the game—now Whispy needs to find her boyfriend’s murderer, but that might prove difficult since everyone thinks she’s insane. They could be right.

Vanessa Kings’ Review

“Spin the Love” is an intense romantic thriller that takes you on a wild ride, never knowing what to expect.

In the story, we follow Whispy Callahan, a sixteen year old teenager, who plays a game of dare, not knowing that it would lead her on a deadly path. Supporting the lead character is EJ, an intriguing character that is well portrayed and holds up perfectly to Whispy. Needless to say, many unexpected turns happen along the way, which is what kept me glued to the pages and made me read the whole story almost in one sitting.

As a side note, I also enjoyed Great Aunt Whispy Callahan’s diary entries at the end of each chapter. Every entry has deep meaning that in itself is worth pondering on and keeping as reference. Truly inspiring.

In all, a great novel with more than enough suspense and romance for even the most demanding reader.

Fortunately, author Lisa Terry has several other novels to pick up, so I will definitely keep reading.


About the Author

Lisa Terry lives in the south, riding the state lines of Florida and Alabama. She has enough animals to call it a small farm, so she’s either insane or caring. Or insanely caring. She’s a print news reporter, an editor, and an aspiring Hogwarts student.

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