Faultlines Read Online Free - It’s the phone call every parent dreads: in the middle of the night, Sandy Cline learns that her twenty-year-old son, Jordan, has been in a car accident. Her nephew, Travis, was also in the car, along with Travis’s girlfriend. All three are alive—but barely. The car was smashed against a tree along a remote and winding road, beautiful but deadly, in their rural Texas Hill Country town.
In the wake of the car crash, the close-knit family is tested like never before. Jenna, Travis’s mother, blames Jordan—as well as her sister, Sandy—after reports surface that Jordan had been driving. As the young adults struggle to survive, tension between their parents escalates. But when trust is broken and a shocking family secret is exposed, it creates a perfect storm of harrowing consequences. Rumors in the small town spread like wildfire. When details of the accident are questioned, Sandy and Jenna wonder if their family has been destroyed beyond repair.
As always, there’s much more to the story…if the family is to survive, they will have to come together to confront the terrible truth and overcome their pain. But are some betrayals unforgivable?
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February 06, 2017
Wow! Mr. Humphrey took the kids out for a few hours so that I could have some time to relax; I couldn't settle with my other books so I picked this up expecting to skim a few pages and nap. No go on the nap; I legit couldn't put this book down, so much so that I finished reading this cover to cov...
August 30, 2016
Around 4am Sandy and Emmett Cline’s lives were shattered when they received a call to let them know their son Jordan, his cousin and best friend Travis, and Travis’ girlfriend Michelle had been in a serious car accident. The race to the hospital where they met up with Jenna, Sandy’s sister and mo...
February 05, 2017
"Her mind circled the word trauma, keeping a distance from it. It might have been a snake, coiled and ready to strike."
Can there be anything worse than a phone call in the middle of the night about a loved one in a serious auto accident? In this case of Sandy Cline, it's her son, along with her n...
September 16, 2016
A special thank you to Lake Union and NetGalley for an ARC in exchange for an honest review. Nice Cover!
Barbara Taylor Sissel delivers an emotional, gripping domestic suspense, FAULTLINES –how hidden fault lines and secrets threaten families.
From teens to parents—betrayal, guilt, trust, blame,...
July 25, 2016
Faultlines was a decent book, a good read, a nice mystery story with all kinds of family issues woven into it. And I think that sums up my feelings on it: nice--not great, not bad, not outstanding, not horrible. To me, nothing stands out about it as far as the writing goes, or even the storyline....
June 13, 2016
What a fabulous story of suspense, family drama, and long-buried secrets. FAULTLINES opens with a horrific single car wreck that appears to be a tragic--but straight forward--case of underage drinking and speeding on a dangerous rural road. And yet nothing in this gripping novel is quite as it se...
February 06, 2018
Faultlines focuses on a serious car accident involving young adults and the consequences of the incident.
This was a character led mystery that didn’t completely grip me, but I did find it quite enjoyable to listen to.
I borrowed this book in audiobook format through Amazon Kindle Unlimited.
January 31, 2017
It’s the phone call every parent dreads: in the middle of the night, Sandy Cline learns that her twenty-year-old son, Jordan, has been in a car accident. Her nephew, Travis, was also in the car, along with Travis’s girlfriend. All three are alive—but barely. The car was smashed against a tree alo...
August 05, 2016
Barbara Taylor Sissel is one sneaky author. She creates a world where things look fairly straightforward, but be aware, reader, that this book is about far more than you'd think at first glance.
Personally, I tend to avoid books I think might be sad. The real world has enough dark shadows that I...
September 19, 2016
Once again, Sissel turns out a story of complicated drama, family, secrets & love. Never a dull moment. At some pages I went back to be certain I actually read the words I did. That many subtle twists in the plot.