Book Review – Reliving Fate by Natasha Preston

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** Provided on behalf of the author for an honest review **
** Review by Gayle from Bloggers From Down Under **

This is my very first novel read by Natasha Preston.
Was my expectation high? Yes.
Did I know what to expect? No.
Was I hoping for brilliance? Yes.

And that is exactly what I got.

The struggle to write this review is real guys. My emotions right now are all over the place. My heart is broken, I have that dull ache in my chest and I’m still wiping my tears.
This novel has destroyed me.
And I absolutely loved it.

We meet Bella.
Her sister was murdered when she was only six years old.
Guilt consumes Bella.
And after twelve long years, Bella still has one thing on her mind.
Revenge.
Her sisters killer was never caught, but Bella will put her whole life on hold to bring justice and peace to her family.
But at what cost?

Will Bella find the truth?
What monsters lurk in the shadows?
Will Bella find solace?
Or will it ultimately destroy her life?

And Rocco?
Who is he?
What part does he play?
Can he give her the answers that Bella is so desperately seeking?

I honestly don’t want to say anything more other than you definitely need to read this.
It’s raw, confronting, sinfully delicious, heartbreaking and breathtaking. It’s edge of your seat suspense, gutwrenching and everything in between.
It’s a beautiful disaster.

Thank you Natasha Preston for giving such an emotional read. It will stay with me for a very long time.

5 stars.

Goodreads Link

https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/35434477-reliving-fate?from_search=true

 

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