She's ready to make sure he gets exactly what he deserves . . . THE IRRESISTIBLE NEW THRILLER THAT EVERYONE WILL BE TALKING ABOUT THIS SUMMER
'An addictive thriller in which revenge is a dish best served deliciously cold' T.M. LOGAN
'Such thrilling, evil fun' MARIAN KEYES
'Ingenious and thrilling, this novel will have your head spinning in the best possible way' SAMANTHA DOWNING
This is a story about Hannah. She seems shy. Some would even say spiky. People don't pay much attention to Hannah.
Which is exactly how she's planned it.
It's also a story about Ricky. Ricky is anything but shy. Rich, charming, good-looking, Ricky has never had a problem getting what he wants.
And now he wants Hannah.
There's a spark between them from the moment they meet. Even Hannah can't resist a man like Ricky for long.
But this is not a love story.
In fact, it's a little like Hannah. First you'll be intrigued. But you'll soon realise she knows something you don't.
And then, when you least expect it, that spark between them will burn down in flames . . .
READERS LOVE A KISS AFTER DYING!
'I loved everything about this book - it's fast-paced, unpredictable and full of twists and turns. Read it. You won't regret it!' 5***** Reader Review
'A real page-turner' 5***** Reader Review
'A super smart and slick revenge thriller with an incredible kick-ass female protagonist. I loved it!' 5***** Reader Review
'A hugely addictive page-turner' 5***** Reader Review
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A super smart and slick revenge thriller that is brilliantly plotted and with an incredible kick-ass female protagonist. I loved this!
Thank you to Michael Joseph for this ARC. A twisty, pacy thriller with a WOC as protagonist. A story of revenge which, as the saying goes, is best served cold. It’s honestly hard to say much more without giving something away. It was great to see a WOC hell bent on revenge, thus subverting the usual obedient stereotypes. In fact, Banker does this deliberately with the character of Hannah and her interactions with Ricky. The author has a distinctive voice, that very occasionally slips into the male gaze (he writes mainly from a female POV) and the references are very millennial, which I found a bit alienating as a Gen X reader. I could have done with a bit more connection to Hannah’s family; the reason for the revenge plot, so that the reader can feel what she feels simmering beneath her need for vengeance. But overall, the narrative zipped along and kept me turning the pages to see what happened, and that’s exactly what you need in a thriller like this. It’s definitely worth a read.