Today I’m joining the blog tour for The Woman On The Bridge. My review is written with thanks to Tracy Fenton for inviting me on the blog tour and to Orion for my copy of the book.
How far would you go to save a perfect stranger?
Maggie is trapped. Dumped on her wedding day, rejected by her family and hounded by a man determined to make her suffer.
Charlotte is desperate. Double-crossed by her only friend and facing total ruin, she will go to any lengths to save what matters.
Two women, one night. A decision that will change everything.
I’ve never read anything by Holly Seddon before but she’s clearly a talented writer. She describes scenes really well so that I could see in my mind’s eye exactly what was happening, which is so important in such a frantic novel!
The premise for The Woman On The Bridge really interested me and I was intrigued to know more about both Charlotte and Maggie. Most of the chapters alternate between their viewpoint, which creates quite a fast paced story. It is clear that there is lots to unravel and I had no idea how the novel would end.
Towards the end, I did have to suspend my disbelief slightly but there were lots of twists to keep me on my toes!
The Woman On The Bridge is available from Amazon.
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