What I Loved: This book was full of suspense. I loved that there wasn’t just one thing that happened. Alice’s stalker does something each Wednesday, and so there is a tension that builds leading up to Wednesday, then the event, and the aftermath. It makes the book move quite quickly from chapter to chapter. The way Teresa Driscoll writes the story keeps the reader engrossed from line one…
I am going to use cheese wire on you.”Line 1, Page 1 – I Will Make You Pay by Teresa Driscoll
Yikes! I read that line and was like, well I need to know more!
How I Felt: This book was suspenseful and had me starting to look over MY shoulder as if I was the one being stalked. It was well-written and kept my utter attention. I hate to give anything away in a review so I will say that my jaw dropped at points in this book with the information being given to the reader. The plot was good…very good.
To Read or Not To Read: This book is perfect for readers of thrillers, suspense, and mystery because it has it all! This was my first Teresa Driscoll book, but it will not be my last.
What’s This Book About Anyway?
Alice, a journalist at a small-time newspaper receives a terrifying phone call while at work. She is almost able to shake off this experience as a one-off event, when the next Wednesday another incident occurs and she begins to realize she has a stalker. Her boyfriend, Tom, enlists the help of a private investigator, Matthew to help provide security for Alice while the police work to solve this stalker case. Alice lives in a constant state of bundled-up nerves and terror as each Wednesday approaches and as each attack escalates, we have to wonder if she will be able to figure out what she has done to make this stalker focus on her. She must figure it out to make her way out of this terrifying situation.
I was provided this ARC by NetGalley and Amazon Publishing in exchange for my honest review.
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