This book totally blew me away. The fact that it was the man that was the victim of domestic abuse is something new to me as i’ve never come across a story line where it’s the man, it’s always usually the woman. Domestic abuse really is not an easy subject to read and this author had me going through every emotion possible. At times I was so infuriated that I wanted to throw my kindle at the wall at the injustice of the main character. The fact that the author had me feeling so many things is a talent in itself. It really got to me and I mean REALLY got to me. I had to keep having a breather to calm myself down before I could read on. Just brilliant! Read my full review, HERE.
3) Dark Water by Robert Bryndza
Anyone that knows me, knows what a huge fan I am of this author. This guy could write a shopping list and I would be gripped. I have loved all his books but I have to say that Dark Water is my personal favourite. I had been dying for this to come out so I could read it. Problem is it was so good that I devoured it in one afternoon. Always a sign of a good book. The story line for me in this one was just nail biting and had my heart racing. Robert just writes the perfect crime books, it had everything i want from a crime book and more and best of all he always leaves me desperate for more. Read my full review, HERE.
BIO: Sarah Hardy is an avid reader and book blogger whose dream came true at the back end of last year when she was offered a role with Bloodhound Books. Born in Durham she now lives in Leeds, West Yorkshire with her husband, 2 teenagers and 2 pets.
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