Book Description:

Billie is hiding from the world in fear of a man who nearly destroyed her. But a chance meeting with budding journalist, Adam, sparks a relationship that could free her from her life of isolation and fear.

Unbeknown to Billie, Adam knows exactly who Billie is and is determined to expose her and get justice for the lives he believes she has ruined. But first, he needs to convince her to open up to him. As an unwanted attraction blossoms between them, Adam comes to realise that all is not as it seems.

AOne thing is for sure, The Master wants his puppets back – and he’ll do anything to keep them.

Author Bio:

Abigail is originally from the Lake District but moved to the West Midlands for University where she completed an English Literature & History degree and also met her husband. She is a passionate reader and has an unsustainable collection of books. This obsession with books has led to her creating her own Dewey decimal system and she has been known to issue fines to family and friends if her book is not returned on time. ‘The Puppet Master’ is Abigail’s debut novel and has unleashed a passion for writing. When not writing or reading Abigail is usually playing her violin or hiding from her much too energetic cats. She also works as a Needs Assessor for disabled university students in the West Midlands.


My Review

As this is my first book I have read by this author it won’t be the last.  This book was all about manipulation and the warped mind of one person.

Billie is a lovely girl who has a lot of problems including what I would call ptsd and ocd.  She has a hard time trusting with very real reasons.

Adam wants to fins out Billie story to get got the truth for his family.   He was untrustworthy in it mind but it was all for family.  I started out hating him with a passion but eventually could see the good person in him. 

Eric was the real mastermind and was such an evil manipulative jerk.  He ruined many lives and you don’t even really understand how he could do that to these poor young kids.

The mother she was another one I didn’t like as she seemed to have it in for her daughter and livrd in the make believe world where everything was alright and that they should bury the secrets of what happened.

This book was warped and showed various sides of the equation.  I love books that really play with your mind and screw up what you were thinking was the truth. 

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