Book review: Verity.

Holy moly! This book is amazing!

I’m really fussy with thrillers. In fact my friends call me a thriller snob, but I guess I read a lot of them and in all honesty I find a lot of them quite predictable and unoriginal. A thriller in my humble opinion should be just that and this ticks all the boxes for me!

Synopsis: Lowen Ashleigh is a struggling writer on the brink of financial ruin when she accepts the job offer of a lifetime. Jeremy Crawford , husband of Verity Crawford best-selling author hires Lowen to complete the remaining books in a successful series his injured wife is unable to finish.

I’m actually not going to say any more than that as I like to go into thrillers blind and actually know very little about the story.

My thoughts: this thriller is probably one of the best I’ve ever read! It really is that good! I love it when a book keeps you up reading into the night and this definitely does that!

The plot is unpredictable, and literally made me gasp out loud. The thing that made this book for me though is that it didn’t lose tempo it wasn’t a really good book and then the ending let it down as I’ve found with so many thrillers it maintains that fast-paced and unpredictability right to the end.

The characters are well developed and whilst not always likeable each point of view is explained in such a way you can’t help feeling emotionally connected to all of them.

I’m not a fan of insta love and I really enjoyed the romance aspect of this book. It wasn’t forced and felt really natural.

I honestly can’t wait to recommend this book to everybody I know! The easiest 5-star rating I’ve given in a long time!

Have you read Verity? I’d love to know what you think if you have!😁

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