REVIEW: J. S. Ellis is back in the saddle. I loved her new book Till Death Do Us Part. This author came out with her first book in 2019! Wow and she already has several books out. I’ve read five of them and just now checked out how many I have to catch up on. She is prolific and good. What more can you ask for?
This story was about 270 pages and I flew right through them. She caught my interest in the first few pages and I had a hard time getting anything else done until I finished this book. Don’t you just love a book that grabs your attention and won’t let you go? I do! Those are the books that are right in my wheelhouse.
Just real quick. A highly popular rock star goes to Malta to get away from it all. While there Carson Levin meets a hotel employee whose name is Abigail. He sweeps her off her feet. Needless to say she winds up in LA at his mansion that is where it gets kind of freaky. I really liked Abigail and there was not too much to know about the rest of the characters in the book. It was mainly Carson and Abigail. I liked Carson at first but, then later…not so much. You’ll have to read the book to see what I mean. I don’t want to spoil anything for you.
This is such an interesting story and you just can’t help but enjoy your time with it. It is listed under Psychological Fiction and Ghost Thriller. This isn’t a Sci-Fi book so you don’t have to worry about that. I’m not too much of a fan of those and this one just has a little. The plot thickens throughout the book and you don’t get the full story or the outcome of anything until the very end. Oh what an ending it was!
If you like Psychological Suspense or Domestic Thrillers you can’t go wrong! If you follow me and like the same kind of books I do, you will be completely drawn into this book. Happy Reading!
SYNOPSIS: Handsome movie star meets small-island hotel employee and sweeps her away to his glorious Hollywood mansion. Everything about Carson Levin seems too good to be true… until she steps inside his home.
Every inch of it is just as his sex symbol wife, Taira Anderson, left it before her fatal car accident. But the oddities don’t end there.
A presence wanders the halls.
High heels clicking over the floor.
Mysterious splashes in the pool.
The bath filling with water without a soul in sight.
Something or someone is trying to send Abigail a message. But is it a warning… or a threat?