‘She stopped crying and  looked at me, silent her blue eyes fixed upon me. I shuddered.

I thought, I am in the presence of evil.’

Bo Luxton has it all – a loving family,  a beautiful home in the Lake District,  and a clutch of bestselling books to her name. 

Enter Alice dark , an aspiring writer who is drifting through life with a series of dead end jobs and a freeloading boyfriend. 

When they meet at a writers retreat ,the chemistry is instant, and a sinister relationship develops. …

Or does it?  

Firstly a huge thank you to karen at orenda books for my copy. Can I just say this publishing power lady works with the best books!  Every one I’ve received has been a cracker. 

This was intriguing me before I opened the book.

This book has made  me speechless so I hope I do it justice. 

Without a doubt a top book of the year for me .

This is a beauty of a read and one you want to race through but same time don’t want it to finish. 

A woven story of friendship identify grief and desire.

You don’t quite know who to trust and I don’t want to give spoilers away but sometimes in life it’s not who we think !!

A captivating mind blowing read with more twists and turns than a roller coaster. 

The things we do when we think with our hearts and not our heads and the damage that can be caused.

The characters intoxicate not only each other but the reader ! Both are damaged in some ways that are similar and their love of literature brings them together. Meeting each other offers them the chance to connect and belong, which on paper sounds lovely but what happens if in reality the lines get blurred.  People get hurt !

As a avid reader it was fascinating to read about authors .

I cannot wait to read more from this author and I predict this to do incredibly well.

Published 15th June 

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