False Step by Victoria Helen Stone

False Step

Stay calm, keep smiling, and watch your step. In this marriage of secrets and lies, nothing is what it seems.For days, all of Denver, Colorado, has worried over the fate of a missing child, little Tanner Holcomb. Then, a miracle: handsome, athletic Johnny Bradley finds him, frightened but unharmed, on a hiking trail miles from his wealthy family’s mountain home.In a heartbeat, his rescuer goes from financially strapped fitness trainer to celebr...

Details False Step

TitleFalse Step
Release DateJul 1st, 2019
PublisherLake Union Publishing
GenreThriller, Mystery, Fiction, Suspense, Mystery Thriller, Contemporary, Psychological Thriller, Adult Fiction, Adult, Audiobook

Reviews False Step

  • Berit☀️✨
    ᴇɴᴛᴇʀᴛᴀɪɴɪɴɢ. ᴀᴅᴅɪᴄᴛɪᴠᴇ. ғᴀsᴛ-ᴘᴀᴄᴇᴅ. Victoria Helen Stone has crafted an entertaining fast-paced Addictive story. Johnny and Veronica were college sweethearts the perfect couple. BUT as all avid thriller Readers know... no couple is perfect and this one wasn’t even close! So many secrets, so many lies, all that threaten to come out when Johnny earns hero status after rescuing a young boy. SO even ...
  • Dennis
    I finished False Step in one sitting . I just need to say that before I start this review. Last summer, I read Victoria Helen Stone's Jane Doe and immediately became obsessed with this author, so when I was given the opportunity to read and review her upcoming romantic thriller, False Step , I was very excited. If you go into False Step thinking that it's going to be the same style as Jane Doe—PLEASE THROW THAT IDEA OUT OF YOUR HEAD RIGHT...
  • Jennifer ~ TarHeelReader
    I definitely want to read Jane Doe now! Tanner Holcomb is a missing child. He’s been lost for days. Then the best thing happens. He’s found by Johnny Bradley on a hiking trail miles away from home. Johnny was a fitness trainer working hard to make ends meet and now is a hero on every news channel. Johnny’s wife, Veronica, is tiring of the spotlight, though. She’s also worried this focus will cause some secrets about their marriage to...
  • Chelsea Humphrey
    Review to come.*Review copy furnished via the publisher.
  • Jenny
    The big reveal in the end wasn't that exciting for me. I figured it out before all of the main characters did. And speaking of the main characters, they had no redeeming qualities. I didn't bond with them or feel any sort of connection to them because they were so pathetic.Not even sure why I finished this book. It should have easily been a short story considering most of the first half of the book is fluff.
  • DJ Sakata
    Favorite Quotes:Her job was to help people regain remedial skills, and very few clients were thrilled to have that opportunity. She’d suspected Johnny of cheating plenty of times, but as far as she knew, it had only happened once. Just once… As for that one time? Well, she’d forgiven him. Or she thought she had. It turned out that frantically gluing the broken pieces of a marriage back together didn’t make for the tightest hold. Her daugh...
  • Darinda
    Veronica is suddenly in the spotlight when her husband, Johnny, finds a missing toddler. Johnny is enjoying being a hero and all the media attention, but Veronica is afraid her secrets may be revealed. When Veronica learns there was more to the toddler's disappearance, she realizes her secrets are the least of her worries.A combination of family drama and suspense. Veronica is unhappy with her life, primarily with her marriage. When Johnny is the...
  • Kendall
    I love the cover of this book! My goodness! I had raving reviews about this author with her previous book Jane Doe. I passed on reading it since I had a feeling it wouldn't live up to my expectations. But, decided to give False Step a try! :)Where do I start with this one? Well.. I have to say definitely to watch your step in this marriage. The story revolves around Johnny and his wife Veronica. There is a missing boy Tanner Holcomb who has frigh...
  • Janine
    2.5 Veronica was a tough character for me to root for during the entire book. She was whiny, selfish, immature and full of excuses. Johnny is a douchy, gym rat who is dumb and gullible. Together they make a match made in “I hate these people” heaven. If you are like me, and characters and character development can make or break it, than this one could be a bit problematic. BUT I think that people who don’t read a lot of twisty thrillers or ...