She’s the perfect host. He’s the perfect victim.
Someone is hunting Connor. Alone, freezing, in the wilderness of Bodmin Moor, on an elite Special Forces training exercise, he’d be a fool to scorn the kindness of a local stranger. Wouldn’t he?
At first, Eilidh seems to be an impeccable host. She offers Connor food and a warm bed – he finds it nearly impossible to leave her charming farmhouse.
But the choice isn’t his to make.
There have been others before. None, though, as perfect as him.
Why would she let him leave?
This was such a gripping read, one that would be brilliant if it was made into a film. I love how the plot was fresh and original, it chilled me to the bone wondering what plans Eilidh had with Connor, it was tense and dark, and the characters were all unique in their own way, you don’t really know who to trust. Where it was set in the middle of nowhere also gave me the shivers and made the story creepy and kept me on edge. An all round great story with a fantastic built up ending.
I received an ARC copy of this book for an honest review.
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