Tuesday 14 January 2020

Michele Campbell - A stranger on the beach|| Blog Tour

There is a stranger outside Caroline's house.

Her spectacular new beach house, built for hosting expensive parties and vacationing with the family she thought she'd have. But her husband is lying to her and everything in her life is upside down, so when the stranger, Aiden, shows up as a bartender at the same party where Caroline and her husband have a very public fight, it doesn't seem like anything out of the ordinary.

As her marriage collapses around her and the lavish lifestyle she's built for herself starts to crumble, Caroline turns to Aiden for comfort...and revenge. After a brief and desperate fling that means nothing to Caroline and everything to him, Aiden's obsession with Caroline, her family, and her house grows more and more disturbing. And when Caroline's husband goes missing, her life descends into a nightmare that leaves her accused of her own husband's murder.


Well this book was the surprise i didnt see coming. It is actually brilliant. So i will try my best to review it without giving too much away because you dont want to know too much.
Caroline has it all - the beach front property, a rich husband and now she is throwing an extravagant party. However - when the party takes a turn for the worse, she seeks solace in vodka at the local bar and comfort from the local bar tender Aiden.

Aiden has fallen head over heels for Caroline and all he wants to do is support her as her marriage falls apart. However - when her husband goes missing and with murder chargers hanging over her - what is going to happen?

This book like i said at the beginning of this review was brilliant. Told from Caroline and Aidens perspective - its great to see the same situations told from how they each perceive them. The characters were great, they were so unique, flawed and at the best of times slightly unrealiable. I didnt see any of it coming at all and even though it could of gone off into the unbelievable department because it was written so well it never did. Instead what you get as a reader is a shocking outcome and a range of conflicting emotions as you have been taken in by this all.

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