Thursday, 19 December 2013
Book Review: Cold Fear by Suzanne Brandyn
The action of Cold Fear by Suzanne Brandyn begins right away and doesn't end until the last page of the book. Macy Donavan is on the hunt to find the person who kidnapped her daughter from her bed because the police are not working hard enough to help. Faced with the impossible concept that she must start to live her life without her daughter, Macy never gives up hope. How does a mother begin to get back into daily living when her child isn't safely tucked in her arms?
I enjoyed the fast-pace of this book, the bumps and hurdles the main character went through, and the twists of surprise that left me talking to my screen as I scrolled to the next chapter. Suzanne Brandyn held me with this book all the way through, and kept me on the edge of my seat until the final word. I love a book that can make me feel for the characters and get me involved in the plot. I am happy to recommend this book for those that want an adventure, some mystery, and a plot that blasts off from the first sentence.
I was sent this book by the author in exchange for an honest review.
~ cross-posted on Goodreads