if you love a good thriller, with a bit of dark side, with a little psychological angle and have good twists then The Good Lie is perfect.
The drowning kind is like a panther. It moves sheathed in darkness and pounces on you when you are least expect.
That Weekend is a good thriller but It’s the plot ending that will make or break the book for you but that is something up to each readers.
With The Shadow, it faltered at its execution stage because they had all these amazing pieces but didn’t know where or how to fit these pieces
The Lost Apothecary takes a bit time to get into its full spirits but once it does, then you can see its magic. You need a bit time
Still Mine was dark, twisted and one that played with your mind. The pace maybe has risked it a bit but in all, I would say it was nice.
I was on board with Hunting Prince Dracula because of the romance but I am getting addicted because of the plot strengths.
It is silent at first. But it starts growing, Before you know, the silence of bones grips you tight and strong.
I should have probably started with Book1 rather than directly going to Book 19 in order to avoid dealing with the missing pieces myself.
Where do I stand after reading Scarlett Undercover? Probably thinking that I could have survived even without reading it.