Repercussions

Jessica L Webb has done something I didn’t think possible – she has surpassed herself and written a book that had me even more enthralled than her Dr Kate Morrison series. Edie is recovering from a head injury sustained when a car hit her a year previously.  She meets Skye Kenny, ex-soldier and helper at a PTSD support group. When strange things start happening to Edie she confides in Skye and realises she is not paranoid and is in real danger.  This was a fast-moving story, full of twists and turns and never let up.  I was up all night reading as I could not put it down.  I wanted to know if Edie was going to be safe, if Skye, her protector, was going to become much more.  I really loved Skye. She was strong, fiercely intelligent but so shy and vulnerable when it came to Edie.  Edie was unsure of herself, scared and in need of someone to be there for her.  As well as being a brilliant thriller, there were some utterly beautiful and tender moments, full of passion and intensity.  I highly recommend ‘Repercussions’ and give it 5+ Stars.

 

I was given this ARC by Netgalley and Bold STrokes Books in return for an honest review.

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