If You Loved Colleen Hoover's 'Verity' You'll Obsess Over 7 Similar Books
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Books Similar To Verity
Verity by Colleen Hoover is about a woman who takes a writing job to complete an injured woman's remaining books. She discovers a startling autobiography she can't bring herself to show the woman's husband, who she's fallen in love with. These incredible books like Verity are the next logical books to read next after finishing such and incredible romantic suspense book.
These seven romantic suspense novels are all worthy additions to your library, especially if you loved Verity as much as we did! After all, what's better than an epic page-turner than also has an amazing romantic subplot.
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1. She Can Run by Melinda Leigh
Beth discovers a dangerous secrets about her new congressman husband in She Can Run by Melinda Leigh, forcing her and her children to run. They end up in rural Pennsylvania at a secluded estate and Beth thinks they, finally, might be safe. After an injury, Jack O'Malley was forced to retired from his job as a Philadelphia homicide detective. The death of his uncle leaves Jack in charge of his dilapidated country estate. When Jack gets there, he discovers his uncle hired a caretaker before he passed away, a mysterious woman with two kids. Jack begins to look into her past and discovers the truth, ultimately risking his life to keep Beth and her kids safe.
2. The Ghostwriter by Alessandra Torre
In Alessandra Torre's *The Ghostwriter, Helena Ross is a bestselling romance author. Something happened four years ago, and when she had to talk to the police, her family, and her friends about, she lied. Helena has always been good at telling tales, so naturally everyone believed her. Now, she's going to tell her story, her best one yet. And it just may get her killed.
3. Then She Was Gone by Lisa Jewell
Then She Was Gone by Lisa Jewell is the story of Laurel Mack, a women attempting to put her life back together ten years after her beloved daughter Ellie disappeared. She meets Lloyd and it doesn't take long before Laurel meets his daughters. Poppy, his youngest, is just like looking at Ellie, bringing back so many haunting questions for Laurel. Who is Lloyd, and why does Poppy remind Laurel so much of her poor, lost Ellie?
4. Long Black Veil by Jennifer Finney Boylan
Jennifer Finney Boylan's Long Black Veil begins with six college students daring to enter the abandoned Eastern State Penitentiary in 1980. Somehow, they get locked inside and, after getting lost and separated, a tragedy strikes. They all try to move on from that awful night, but now, after decades, new evidence charges one of them with murder and only Judith Carrigan can confirm his innocence. However, Judith has secrets of her, one that would destroy her career, her husband, and son.
5. Forgotten Secrets by Robin Perini
Riley Lambert becomes an FBI profiler after watching her sister get abducted from their bedroom when she was just ten years old in Robin Perini's Forgotten Secrets. Fifteen Years have passed and now Riley secretly uses her resources through work to look for her sister. Riley's former love, ex-Navy SEAL Thayne Blackwood, gets in touch with Riley when his sister gets kidnapped. Time is running short, and Riley's expertise is needed to help get her back before it's too late. Especially when past and present collide.
6. The Perfect Stranger by Megan Miranda
The Perfect Stranger by Megan Miranda is about Leah Stevens, a journalist both a restraining order and threat of a lawsuit. She runs into Emmy Grey, an old friend who just left a bad relationship. She suggests the two of them move and start over in rural Pennsylvania. However, everything goes awry when someone who looks like Leah gets assaulted and Emmy goes missing. Leah works with police officer Kyle Donovan to find Emmy. Soon she begins to wonder if she ever knew Emmy at all, especially when their is no evidence an Emmy Grey existed at all.
7. Deeper Than the Dead by Tami Hoag
In Tami Hoag's Deeper Than the Dead, four young children go missing in 1985. Then Anne Navarre, a young teacher, discovers a female body with eyes and mouth glued shut, leaving no doubt in anyone's mind that a serial killer is on the loose. FBI investigator Vince Leone is tasked with uncovered the killer, using the new technique of profiling. As he and Anne get caught up in the case, they find themselves unsure of who to trust in this small California town.
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