Today I’m pleased to be taking part in the blog tour for Stop At Nothing. My review is written with thanks to Anne Cater for inviting me on the blog tour and Transworld for my copy of the book:
A mother’s job is to keep her children safe.
Tess has always tried to be a good mother. Of course, there are things she wishes she’d done differently, but doesn’t everyone feel that way?
Then Emma, her youngest, is attacked on her way home from a party, plunging them into a living nightmare which only gets worse when the man responsible is set free
But what if she fails?
So when Tess sees the attacker in the street near their home, she is forced to take matters into her own hands. But blinded by her need to protect her daughter at any cost, might she end up putting her family in even greater danger?
There’s nothing she wouldn’t do to make it right . . .
Stop At Nothing begins with a pretty horrific event, and from that point onwards, there is an incredible atmosphere where you could cut the tension with a knife. Following the event, there are lots of little things that happen to unsettle Tessa and her family and to be honest, they set me on edge too! I was looking over my shoulder as I was reading, keen to discover what would happen next and how this would escalate. Cohen does a brilliant job of maintaining the tension throughout the novel and by the end, my heart was thumping!
Cohen’s characters are really well observed and brilliantly drawn. Despite not being close in age to the central characters, I felt able to relate to how they were feeling and this made the tension more real for me. None of the characters are particularly likeable, and as the novel progressed, I found it more and more difficult to know who to trust. Each person is hiding something and I wanted to know how their secrets would impact on each other.
Stop At Nothing is available from Amazon.
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