by C. L. Taylor.
This will undoubtedly be another bestseller for C.L. Taylor!
Jo Blackmore loves her daughter with every fibre of her being, and wishes she could take her out more – to play in the park like a normal child; but Jo struggles with agoraphobia and anxiety, and she just wants to keep Elise safe from harm. But from the moment a stranger talks her way into Jo’s car, the danger she so fears becomes a reality. But is it the stranger who’s dangerous, or Jo herself? Or someone else all together?
Taylor’s narrative is, as ever, totally readable – descriptive yet efficient – in a style that keeps you turning page after page. I was completely hooked into the story, not just by the scene-setting and characterisations, but by a plot that sucked me in and kept me there.
I really struggled to put this down, even for important things like eating and sleeping!
I’d give it six stars if I could.