Book Title: Exquisite
Author: Sarah Stovell
REVIEWED BY: CHELSEA
Genres: Psychological Thriller, Mystery, Suspense
Date Read: 06/04/17
Pub Date (Paperback): 10/01/17
Bo Luxton has it all—a loving family, a beautiful home in the Lake District, and a clutch of bestselling books to her name. Enter Alice Dark, an aspiring writer who is drifting through life, with a series of dead-end jobs and a freeloading boyfriend. When they meet at a writers’ retreat, the chemistry is instant, and a sinister relationship develops. Or does it?
Do you see how short the blurb is for this book? There’s a reason for that. Honestly, you shouldn’t even be reading this review, so I’m going to do you a favor and keep it short. In fact, this might be the most brief, vague, and aggravating review you read in 2017. I’m not going to sit here and over-hype this book for you. I’ve had too many books ruined for myself in that way to do it to someone else, so I’ll keep it simple. If you have any specific questions regarding triggers and content, please feel free to send me a private message and I’ll help you out. This is THE book to read in 2017 if you enjoy psychological thrillers. READ THE BOOK. GO IN BLIND. THANK ME LATER. 😉
*Many thanks to the publisher for providing my copy; it was a pleasure to provide my thoughts here.
Sarah Stovell was born in 1977 and spent most of her life in the Home Counties before a season working in a remote North Yorkshire youth hostel made her realise she was a northerner at heart. She now lives in Northumberland with her partner and two children and lectures in Creative Writing at Lincoln University.