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Justice For Belle: A Psychological Thriller Kindle Edition
Ahnia has a dicey past. It's scratching under the surface; dying to get out.
She’s hit rock bottom. Broke and desperate to be on top again, she partners up with Mac: a man she hardly knows. He's utterly untouchable, and soon they are both in peril.
Will their dangerous decision be a success, or will she find herself in the clutches of an unforgiving force, brought about by her childhood sin? In this nail biting thrill ride, no one is as they seem, and no one is truly safe with those they trust.
★★★★★ - "If you love psychological thrillers that keep you guessing, you'll love Justice For Belle."
★★★★★ - "A wild ride."
- ASIN : B07PVGS8L6
- Publisher : Creativia; 1st edition (May 15, 2019)
- Publication date : May 15, 2019
- Language : English
- File size : 2269 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 166 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #1,884,190 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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The one word that best describes everyone in Justice for Belle.
Although for Ahnia Airington, bonkers works too.
A literary sensation with a bestseller at 18, Ahnia is a one-hit-wonder now in her thirties who eats too much, drinks too much, and obsesses too much over the bad thing she did as a teenager… which inspired her bestseller.
She sits in public places now people-watching and characterizing strangers as murderers, complete with choice of weapon. But she still isn’t writing.
It’s easy to feel sorry for Ahnia. At first. She has the ultimate case of writer’s block and can’t even complete an outline for a new book.
However, any empathy I had for her dissipated quickly when it became obvious she’s one of those writers who allow writer’s block to define their lives, leaving them unable to move on and work, be responsible and accountable, or adult in any sense of the word. To be fair, her writing muse is definitely unusual.
Ahnia is also dealing with buckets of guilt, and not so much from the bad thing she did as a teenager—because, you know, that wasn’t her fault—but because she lost her mother as a result, which led to her widower father marrying the horrid Dorothy, and made her good-guy brother, Tim, an accessory.
Short of a life-altering thrill, Ahnia will never write again… enter Mac.
Though her defenses were up at first, Ahnia becomes too preoccupied with Mac too quickly. When she watched him propose to a woman who could have been her twin, Ahnia should have run away like she was on fire.
But nope. She falls under his sway… and he drags her down the rabbit hole.
Good pacing and build-up in this short read, and nice TWISTY climax.
Justice for Belle is too short in the sense it does not tie all the loose ends up FOR ME, and I don’t need a pretty bow when a couple of tight knots will suffice.
Justice for Belle is good suspense with plenty of quirks, but the quirks keep you reading.
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The story: Ahnia did something wrong. We don't know what it is, but it was bad. Very bad. Only one person knows. Or so she thought! The problem, other than what this other person might do to Ahnia, is that Ahnia seems to only be able to write when she's coming off the high of doing something awful. A best seller as a teenager / early 20s young woman made her popular, but now, can she live up to that expectation? Several years later, she's intrigued by a guy who makes an offer, but then she finds out what's really going on behind the scenes. Who should she trust?
GIRL - no one! Never trust anyone once you've done what you've done. Poor Belle... will there ever be justice? Interested in the novella yet? The premise is outstanding, and the best part, we really don't ever know why something happened in the past. We get bits and pieces, but it's not really important. It's the psychological FREAK-OUT we go thru wondering what happened that revs our engines. That's a great author... now... the ending?!? I don't ever expect Oviatt to do what you think she will, and that's an amazing thing. She likes to make you wait just a bit longer, then pops you one with a doozy of a shock factor. Nothing personal, but I'm staying away from her in a dark alley!
Less than two hours, this is a wild ride... it slows down for a few chapters to let you catch your breath, but don't be fooled. You're not getting a break again after that first pause, so relish the hunt and figure out who's behind the games in this great novella.