See You Fall By Gemma M. Lawrence

See You Fall By Gemma M. Lawrence


Chloe Stark needs to get her life on track after the collapse of her marriage. That’s what everyone keeps telling her. So, when a night out with her friend Laura leads her to Danny, an age-old game of girl-meets-boy unfolds. It should be normal, exciting, but something about him is…off. He’s a little too interested, a little too intense. When she leaves she doesn’t give her number. End of story.

But Danny isn’t going anywhere. He pursues Chloe with a determination that frightens her, ignoring her warnings to leave her alone. He invades every corner of her world, even her deepening feelings for Tom, a friend who could be more. Soon, the threads of her life quickly unravel and she struggles to fight Danny’s promise that they will be together – at any cost. With Tom and Chloe growing closer, her fear for him escalates, as does Danny’s worsening behaviour. But if Chloe’s past has taught her anything, it’s that actions have consequences, and hers may destroy the possibility of happiness before it’s even begun.

Can she leave her past where it belongs and keep herself and the people she loves safe from Danny’s devastating infatuation?

My Thoughts:

I have previously enjoyed Gemma’s debut novel which I thoroughly enjoyed, so was excited to read this one. The plot sounded tense and gritty and I could not wait to get started. It is all about Chloe and how one evening when out with friends she meets Danny, he seems ok at first but what she doesn’t realise is how much he is going to destroy her life, it was a really tense read and I can never imagine what Chloe was going through but I got a pretty good idea whilst reading this book, what a horrible situation she was in but I found myself getting frustrated with her, yes I know I haven’t been in that situation but some of the things she was doing I was thinking why are you doing that? I wanted to jump in the book and have a talk with her and I lost all hope for her near to the end. I found the book a good read, it had a good pace to it and I found it engaging and there is plenty of drama happening. I cannot wait to see what Gemma writes about next.

I received an ARC copy of this book for an honest review.

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