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Evil Eyes Paperback – March 19, 2014
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Lisa Andres is chosen as the next target of the psychopathic stalker who killed her friend, Christine. She finds herself in a waking nightmare, on an emotional roller-coaster ride. Grief, fear, denial, growing love for her supportive boyfriend, revulsion for the stalker even before she knows who he is, confusion, helplessness, anger, all war within her for control. She’s lost her illusion of security; nothing makes sense anymore. The glimpses into the mind of the psychopath, with his twisted logic, are especially chilling. I found the book hard to put down, wondering if Lisa was doomed to suffer the same fate as Christine.
When Lisa and her friends came home for Christmas break from college, strange events began to take place starting with the murder of her good friend Christine.
The author does an excellent job drawing in the reader from the beginning. I highly recommend Evil Eyes by KC Sprayberry
Unfortunately there were a few aspects of the story that left me wanting and also felt unbelievable to me, remember a review is an opinion, and this is simply mine. The story moved fast, too fast to allow any suspense to build to a dramatic point. I felt like I was running a marathon race with the characters and the plot rushing forward into...some predictable dilemmas. The other issue came in the emotional responses that the characters had to the situations going on around them. Bart at one point is very strong and demanding with his brother, but later becomes a willing accomplice to his actions...I wanted him to be the stronger person and remain in charge. Lisa and Janice surprised me as well. I will admit shock that they would slip so easily into making out with their boyfriends, the same day they faced such a traumatic event in their lives. This is where I felt the rushing of the story, as once you get to know the villain you understand that his perspective is very skewed. All in all, I liked the story and loved the characters, even with their tiny flaws. Another work of art from the talented Kc Sprayberry.