Disclaimer: This is a quick review and spotlight with no spoilers to commemorate this release day.
Welcome to Plain Fox.
I received this ARC to review, and I was very pleased to do so since Natasha Preston is also a an author attending RARE18 London, and a new author to me, and new authors are always welcome.
Murder. Guilt. Obsession.
When Bella stumbles upon her dead sister’s diary, she sets out on a mission to find her sister’s killer, but it leads her to the wrong side of town.
And right into the path of Rocco, a loner, a bad boy, who is determined to keep her away. After all, you protect your own, and Bella certainly doesn’t belong with the likes of him.
But it’s hard to move on when you’re chained to the past, and Bella is intent on getting justice for her sister…even if it’s at the cost of her own life.
This is a contemporary romance, and I really enjoyed reading this book. I loved Bella and Rocco banter and their relationship. I really connected to Bella, I don’t like people most days, so I understand her trouble.
I loved the suspense, and the fact that this book didn’t have a cliché ending, in my opinion. I love the change of points of view. I really like getting a different character’s point of view instead of just one, there’s never just one side of the story, so different perspectives help round up the plot for me.
I don’t read much contemporary romances. I’ve read some contemporary books, but I had to work very hard to read them, it’s not exactly the same, but it’s the experience I have. I found this book very easy to read, and found it very relatable.
This book broke my heart, but that why I loved it and it will stay with me.
Thank you for Natasha Preston for allowing me to read this ARC, and thank you Preston’s PA Kim for the graphics.
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