Tuesday, February 17, 2015

Review: Every Breath You Take by Bianca Sloane


Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, Natalie Scott goes jogging along Chicago’s lakefront. She likes foreign films, cinnamon gum and strawberry yogurt. She smells like sunflowers in the summer and roses in the winter.
These are just a few of the things Natalie’s stalker knows about her.
In fact, he knows everything about her.
In one brutal act of violence, Natalie’s stalker will reveal himself to her, imprisoning her in the process, determined to own her body and soul. Now trapped in a madman’s web, Natalie will find herself in a terrifying battle of wills where the only way to survive is to beat the monster at his own game. . .

My Thoughts:
This one is dark and disturbing but so well-written that I couldn't stop reading. It's one of those books that will have you so on edge that you get irritated with life for interrupting your reading time. The suspense is so well done that even when things were going well, I had to keep reading, just knowing something bad was coming. If you can handle reading about rape, this one will keep you up well past bedtime, biting your nails. 

My Rating: *****
Steam Factor: !!!
Rape is a major part of the story.

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