Elephant In The Room by Diana J. Febry – Review


Title – Elephant In The Room
Author – Diana J. Febry
Genre – Mystery
Length –  380 pages (Kindle)
Publication – January 2013
My Rating – 4/5 Stars


Penny Jackson is slowly re-building her life after the abrupt end of her marriage, when she falls in love with the charismatic hotelier, Robert Carver. When dark unspoken family secrets start to surface, Penny has to re-evaluate everything and rely on her own wits to stay alive.


So this book follows the main character of Penny who after the demise of her previous marriage has found love again.

The man she has falling for is Robert, who already has children of his own including a step daughter who Robert doesn’t have contact with.

Penny offers to track down this step daughter in the hope she can convince her to reconcile with Robert.

As you can guess there is more to this situation than Penny is aware of and an interesting tale unfolds.  Telling you anything would take away the enjoyment of reading the book but in my opinion the story flows well and you are constantly left wondering what is going on and why the step daughter doesn’t want to see Robert or his family again…who doesn’t like a bit of suspense!

I really enjoyed the book and the ending didn’t disappoint for me. This is the second book I’ve read of Diana’s and it’s of the same quality and a very engaging read. To explain this is must point out Penny is by far the most annoying character I’ve ever read about. She makes you want to scream… but as you near the end of the book you start to see why. She really does have her heart in the right place but she’s blinded to the truth which I guess we all are when we fall in love.

This really was a good book to read, my 4 star rating is simply because at times Penny was too annoying verging on stalker and I felt at this point the step daughter would have called the police rather than had a conversation with the woman.. or maybe had a bit of a cat fight.

If you like a bit of mystery or suspense I think you’ll enjoy this book.

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