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Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite
After Edgewater is a work of romance, suspense and interpersonal drama penned by author Dan Largent. Written for readers of all sensibilities due to its clean and non-explicit approach, this charming and dramatic romance novel touches on other popular genres such as sports romance and murder mystery. It is the follow up to Before We Ever Spoke, and we continue to observe the relationship of Cooper Madison and Cara Knox as a new tragic discovery puts it to the test. Cara’s brother Jason reluctantly has to admit that the Edgewater Park Killer may still be at large, adding a new element of danger to the Lake Erie area and its residents.
One of the best things about this well-written novel is the cross-genre appeal, and the fullness of the story to appeal to its readership on so many different levels. Fans of murder mysteries will obtain all the suspense that they need from Jason’s investigation and the eerie shores of Erie, with lots of procedural fun and clues for the crime genre fans too. The emotional content is deeply developed and given plenty of time to showcase, which allows romance fans to get their fill of the realistic interplay between Coop and Cara, who find themselves right in the midst of the mystery. Atmospheric description and well-played exposition-style dialogue keep the plot moving along and readers hanging onto their seats with it, and overall this makes After Edgewater a highly recommended read for fans seeking a multi-layered plot and high-quality writing.