"If Tarantino were a woman and wrote novels...they might read a bit like this."
"Fans of Gillian Flynn and Paula Hawkins meet your next obsession."
"Provocative and scary."
"A dark and edgy page-turner. What every good thriller is made of."
"I devoured this novel in a single sitting, absolutely enthralled by the storyline. The suspense was clever and unrelenting!"
"Completely original and complex."
"Compulsive and fun."
"No-holds-barred villains. Fine storytelling full of mystery and suspense."
"Fresh and breathtaking insight into the darkest corners of the human psyche."
"A heart-stopping love story with a dark yet surprisingly unique twist that will leave you craving more."
"I have been a huge fan of Ms.King's work for a while now. I have said this once and will probably say it again and again, she has the most unique and creative writing style I have come across. With that being said, Water Under The Bridge takes Britney Kings writing to a whole new level. I was completely consumed with this story from start to finish. I was questioning my sanity at one point because how can you have any feelings for a killer other than hate? Apparently, there are a lot of emotions you can feel and the author brought every single one."--Nikki, Sinners and Saints Book Blog
"Britney King does it again! She has a fantastic way of creating characters you can't get enough of, sometimes related to, don't always understand, but certainly want to follow beyond the pages in the book." --Priscilla Hedin, blogger
"This is by far the best book Britney King has written. I've always been a huge fan of hers, but Water Under The Bridge is unlike anything she's done before. It's one of those reads that instantly pulls you in and you can't help but read the entire book in one sitting. It's one that will leave you with your mouth hanging open, hanging off the edge of your seat, and one you'll read over and over again." --Brandi Reeves-Pearson, B's Book Blog
From the Author
Interview with the Author
Q -So, what makes Water Under The Bridge special?
A - I think it's special for a lot of reasons but if I had to pick just one...I'd say because it's different. When I set out to tell this story, I wanted to create unique, a book similar to those I enjoy reading. Some of my favorites most recently have been The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins, Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn, You by Caroline Kepnes, and PerfectDays by Raphael Montes. I love getting lost in dark stories--particularly those that offer a bit of humor. My favorite books are typically dark, suspenseful,novels--usually psychological thrillers with heavy themes of romantic suspense.And while I read a wide range of books, my favorites tend to be domestic psychological thrillers. I prefer high drama--edge of my seat tension--and lots of mystery-- the kind that keeps me glued to the page. Basically, anythingI can't look away from with a fast-paced style gets my vote.
Water Under The Bride is genre hopper in a sense and as both an avid reader and writer, I love works that stray from the usual, stories that don't stay within the lines of what is expected. I wanted to tell a story that made readers think, that doesn't hand them all the answers. It certainly has no shortage of mind games and/or twists and turns to keep things interesting!
In a nutshell, Water Under The Bridge is meant to keep you turning the page-- and I did my best to ensure there never a dull moment.
Q -So, why should readers give this book a try?
A - Well, if you're looking for a dark, fun read that's full of mind games and that'll keep you guessing, this novel might be a fit.
Ultimately, I believe readers who enjoy lightning-fast pacing with a plot that twists and turns all the way to the end will get a kick out of it.
Thanks for reading!
Water Under The BridgeeBookCategories:
- Psychological Thrillers
- Dark Romance
- Romantic Suspense
- Women's Fiction
- Contemporary Women
- Mystery, Thriller & Suspense
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- Romantic Suspense Series
- Literature & Fiction
- Genre Fiction