9/10/15

Book Review~ The Watching





Title: The Watching (The Waiting Series Book 2)
Author: Elizabeth Burgess
Genre: Mystery
Length: 600 Pages
Purchase: Amazon
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Secrets, lies, and family ties bind us together on the banks of the Pontchartrain…

Discouraged over the direction the Douglas murder investigation is headed, Gregory Adams reaches out to Jamie Caissy for help.

Hopeful to avoid another family crisis, the Montgomery-Adams family returns to South Louisiana, and Finn Adams takes a job that will alter his world… and his mother’s.

Lesley Huff receives a generous and life-changing gift, yet she refuses to tell anyone… including her wife, Sylvia.

Moving forward, Millie Douglas focuses on the relationship with her daughter, Sydney, and finds an unexpected new friend.

Resolving that her marriage is at an end, Christine Caissy makes a bold decision.

Bob O’Malley’s faux relationship with Millie deteriorates, yet he finds solace in the most unlikely companion.

The Congressman sends his daughter to New Orleans with specific instruction: marry an O’Malley. 

After the death of her son and loss of her beloved Gregory, Arianne Douglas spirals downward into a dark depression and finds a secret way to cope.

Andrew Douglas is still determined to hold his family together, despite subtle evidence that his wife is still in love with his best friend.

With the “Operation” still reeling from Nash’s death, the O’Malleys regroup and Sol takes the helm, but unbeknownst to him or his father, another “Operation” is in the works.

The Watching – Book 2
© The Waiting Series by Elizabeth Burgess and Marie Hewes








The Watching is the second book in The Waiting series. This book surpassed any and all expectations I had! I loved getting to know these characters even more. There are a lot of main characters. So I suggest reading them in order. It will help you understand the back stories of each character.
This book starts with Millie Douglas. Millie is starting a new beginning after a tragic loss. Now in the previous book I despised Millie. Never in a million years would I think she had any redeeming qualities. Millie ended up being my favorite character!
It was very comparable to The Waiting, in the sense that everyone has an agenda. Every character is looking out for themselves and a lot of them are fueled by jealously, power, money and vengeance. All in all, there are a few stand out characters I love and are finally becoming the people you want them to be. 
This book will keep you on your toes. There are so many plot twists and turns I couldn’t put it down! Definitely a 5 star review! Cannot wait for the next book!