- File Size: 605 KB
- Print Length: 206 pages
- Publication Date: May 13, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07287N9SY
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #549,635 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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<b>Last night I was surrounded by friends and today I’ve woken up and I’m locked in a basement, chained to a bed.</b>
<b>This whole mess is my fault and that meant doing whatever to fix it. I pushed her too far and she cracked.</b>
The story has twists and turns. There was the unexpected. At the end it was like a puzzle that all came together, revealing the big picture. I don’t want to spoil the story so I will end my review here. As I said above it took me a few chapters to get a grip on what was happening. Throw in some unique plot twists and turns and some “wow”. I would definitely read another M.C. Jackson book!
Lena wakes up in a strange basement, tied up, and as the captee of a man she doesn’t know. Nor does she have any other memories besides her name and that she was looking for her twin sister, Anna. It leads Lena on a journey to find out who she is, what her past is like, and what happened with her sister’s disappearance.
The story definitely starts with the conflict. Lena's abducted and suffering from amnesia, and much of the story is her looking for clues. She almost takes her capture too well for me. I expected more emotion up front. And then she gets the feeling that her captor knows what happened to her twin sister, and she plots to find out the truth.
It started to drag for me in the middle. Not much really happens. There’s plenty of suspense at the beginning, but then the internal monologues became overly long, and the same thoughts were rehashed over and over. The story wasn’t propelling forward enough and as such, my attention drifted. The plot kicks back into gear at 80%, but by then, it was ending. I did enjoy how everything came together though.
I think a reader who loves a good, suspenseful story line would enjoy this one. It just missed its mark on the action and romance portions for me.
Lena is kidnapped and she soon realises that her kidnapper thinks she's her sister Anna. Lena can't remember how she came to be there and she's even more determined to find out what happened to Anna than before. But she soon starts to see that things aren't what she was expecting, leaving her with more questions than answers.
Although this book starts strong I found it to be a bit slow going at times, even though it does pick back up again towards the end.
I don't want to go into details because this is one of those books best read knowing just the basics. It's got some really good twists that I didn't see coming and I loved Jakes character. If you like a good psychological romance that's got some really good twists in it, than I urge you to check this book out. I will definitely be keeping an eye out for more from MC Jackson.
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