Don’t tell me it’s terrifying. Terrify me.
Filled with grief, Jules Belleno rarely leaves the house since her husband’s death while on duty as a police officer. Other than the reviews Jules writes on her blog, she has little contact with the outside world.
But one day when she ventures out to the local grocery store, Jules bumps into a fellow customer . . . and recognizes him as her favorite author, Patrick Reagan. Jules gushes and thoroughly embarrasses herself before Regan graciously talks with her.
And that’s the last thing she remembers—until she wakes up in a strange room with a splitting headache. She’s been kidnapped. And what she discovers will change everything she believed about her husband’s death . . . her career . . . and her faith.
This is the kind of story that grabs the reader's attention from the first page, and keeps them guessing right to the end.
I loved how this story revolves around an avid blogger and one of her favourite authors. Sometimes, Jules might have been a little too harsh and honest in her book reviews, and this time maybe she went too far.
I highly recommend this one, it's a different type of story than my usual genre, and I loved it!
Disclosure: Ebook received through Net Galley, courtesy of Tyndale House Publishers in exchange for my honest review.