Truly, Madly, Deadly – Hannah Jayne

 

15942674Author: Hannah Jayne

Rating: 4/5

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SYNOPSIS

Sawyer Dodd has it all. She’s a star track athlete, choir soloist, and A-student. And her boyfriend is the handsome all-star Kevin Anderson. But behind the medals, prom pictures, and perfect smiles, Sawyer finds herself trapped in a controlling, abusive relationship with Kevin. When he dies in a drunk-driving accident, Sawyer is secretly relieved. She’s free. Until she opens her locker and finds a mysterious letter signed by “an admirer” and printed with two simple words: “You’re welcome.”

MY REVIEW. BEWARE, POSSIBLE SPOILERS.

I have been waiting for this book to come out for the past month and a half and was so excited to read it that I tore through it in a matter of hours.

After the death of her abusive boyfriend, Sawyer Dodd is slowly trying to get her life back on track. Until a mysterious note appears in her locker, wtih a newspaper clipping on Kevin’s death, and a note that simply exclaims, “You’re Welcome.” Could someone know about Kevin’s abuse and took it upon themselves to get rid of him… permanently?

Sawyer takes it upon herself to solve some of the mystery on her own. But it’s obvious someone is out there watching her every move. Who can she trust when people she loves are being attacked?

What I really enjoyed was that we never knew the identity of the killer stalking Sawyer until it’s revealed. I should’ve known, too, because of the circumstances and the fact you never consider this character to have any knowledge of it.

I would normally give this five stars, but there was some things that irked me (of course). If I were getting notes from a psycho, I’d be taking them to the cops and whatnot and taking pictures of stuff and not thinking the cops will go by my word.

Overall, Truly, Madly, Deadly is a good read. Not what I was hoping for in terms of gore and suspense, but it was good enough to read in one sitting.

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