I bought this a while ago on Kindle and it's taken me a while to get around to reading it but I thought it was very good.
Bella and Jake meet in the aftermath of the London 7/7 bombings and quickly fall into an intense relationship. When Jake asks her to move in with him Bella doesn't hesitate but she is soon unsettled by his strange housemates and a secret she feels Jake is hiding from her.
I really got involved with the story, very much wanted to find out what happened and I liked the style of writing. It was a very involving thriller type story and I always prefer them from the POV of an ordinary person rather than a detective etc.
I think I bought this book because of a discussion on here and I'm fairly sure the author is a MNer. If not, I bought this book because of a discussion on Library Thing and I'm fairly sure the author is an LTer so many book groups and so little memory
Anyway, if the author is a MNer, good job with this one, I will be reading more
Yes, I enjoyed it very much, it was 'dark' in all the right ways and had a good thread of suspense building through it.
And as I was reading I was thinking that a relationship started in those intense circumstances was never going to end well, but I never saw the ending coming, which is always good. I hate it when I guess the ending almost as soon as I've started the book.
It must be odd to see your name unexpectedly, but at least you caught us talking about you in a good way