The beautiful cover drew me in initially. Found the plot very intriguing, when love and money combine it often creates enemies and jealousy behind to rear its ugly head as seen in this novel.
by A D (via NetGalley)
I wasn't too sure when reading the first few pages, whether I would enjoy this book, let alone the style of writing. It didn't take long before I was hooked and for me to read a book in just over a day, is saying something. Although a novel, parts were based on a true events. I tried hard to find out more on the net about some of the characters, but so far haven't found anything. Loved the cover.
by Jeanette Styles (via NetGalley)
This was very interesting to read.
Cover caught my eye and then of course story - love, money, relationships....And let's not forget the author who has a past in Special Investigation Branch and as a Private investigator.
Story sounded interesting and it was. I was intrigued. In some moments i wanted more details, but it was just some parts and nothing that big.
I think it's not the right choice if you want to read something serious and deep. But other than that - i enjoyed reading it and i was not bored. I think i will recommend this to some of my friends :)
by Norelle Lee (via NetGalley)
This was a really interesting read.
None of the characters were likeable in any shape or form. Normally for me, this means the book drags and I can’t wait for it to end. However, despite not liking anyone in this, the plot kept it going at a good interesting pace.
Jayne – a very spoilt selfish person. Obviously, she is beautiful though and this draws men to her.
Henry – whilst he was the most interesting character, he was annoying and honestly, I wanted him to grow a backbone and give Jayne a good telling off.
There are a couple of twists in this though. Jayne doesn’t have just one lover, she has two. Henry unfortunately only knows about the one and ends up targeting the wrong person.
Without giving too much away a lot of events happen and Henry ends up killing someone.
However, he isn’t as smart as he thinks and has left evidence and witnesses everywhere, so he flees the country before the police can make an arrest.
The way this ended up going is completely not what I expected.
If you read this expecting the bad guy to get his comeuppance this you might be slightly satisfied but definitely not fully. Again, I don’t want to give too much away but it was definitely not an ending I was expecting. I liked it and didn’t like it. I am still unsure about it a couple of days later.
This was a really addictive, easy read. I really enjoyed it and I would definitely read more from this genre in general. I watch so many crime shows with this topic I tend to stay away from it in books, but definitely worth a read.
by Siany M (via NetGalley)
A first novel. A story of love, deceit and above all obsession. Mr. Coster is a cracking storyteller. Let's have more please.
by Rex Plowman
Henry wanted what most people want, a good marriage to someone who loves you. Jayne wanted money and an easy life. She is young and beautiful and Henry becomes obsessed with her. He is a barrister for the Queen and has to be gone for work for long periods of time. Jayne uses this time for shopping and liaisons with men who are available until she gets tired of them. Henry finds out about one of her affairs and takes care of it. Jayne leaves Henry for someone she thinks is better for her. As in many cases, things do go according to plan. It's a great book. I always root for the underdog especially when they come out on top. This book is a must read. Loved, loved the ending. I received this book from Net Galley and Matador for a honest review and no compensation otherwise.
by Marie Angel
Obsession by author Anthony F Coster is a dark plotted psychological domestic thriller that starts with obsession and ends with murder. A great twisty thriller and I totally recommend to anyone who loves games! Dark, obsession games!
by Keirstin Smith
Anthony Coster was a member of the Special Investigation Branch of the Royal Military Police investigating serious crimes, including murder in the UK and internationally. He later became a Private Investigator dealing with commercial crime and high profile enquiries. He is the author of the non-fiction 'Security in Commerce and Industry' published by Butterworths. His latest book is based on his own factual experiences.