First can I say thanks to the author for sending me this book for an honest review.
Leticia had spent years in isolation, wondering the hills throughout the Northern Peak District and The Yorkshire moors. Finally she has returned to normality. However, it seems Leticia will not be allowed to lead the nice, peaceful life she craves so much...
This book was a real page turner. You never seemed to know what was going to come next. I was gobsmacked with one of the chapters, I couldn’t believe that even though all through the book I had expected him to be the arsehole... he was innocent.
The characters are well developed. I would just like to have a bit more background info on Tristan. Jackson was a complete dickhead at first, but awwww, how I love him now. Nancy, well, I felt really sorry for her at first. She seems such a nice girl and just wanted a girlie friend. I’m not surprised when she’s lived with two guys for god knows how many decades. As for Leticia, I have so much respect for her. She knows herself and her limits. She is in control of her own mind and is not easily led. She has respect for all living creatures and is doing her best to avoid a bloodbath. Sadly though, it seems this is something she will have to endure.
I’m not giving anything else away, what I will say is that if you want a page turner with likeable characters, beautiful settings (as I see someone else on Goodreads has mentioned) and twists and turns to keep you guessing, this is the one for you.