Remember My Name

Thrilled to join Random Things Tours for this one today.

If she’d turned off her phone, instead of listening in, perhaps no one would have died…

When Cressida Howard catches her entrepreneur husband playing away from home, she hires security expert Brioni O’Brien to get the evidence she needs for a speedy and financially rewarding divorce.

But what Brioni uncovers goes beyond simple infidelity. Because Laurence Howard is also in bed with some very dangerous people. Bribery and blackmail are the least of his worries as someone comes after the women in his life – someone who is out to destroy Laurence and his empire, whatever the cost.

And Cressida and her teenage daughter could soon be collateral damage, if she and Brioni don’t act fast.

I was attracted to this book as soon as I realised it was set in Ireland. I love all things Irish so this was a promising aspect for me immediately.

This is a book which is filled with twists and turns. A psychological thriller at its finest. I have been completely gripped by this addictive page Turner.

This is well-written and unlike anything I’ve read previously. I have been able to sense the tension as I’ve read this. Cressida is convinced her husband is being unfaithful. She has hired help to ensure that she gets a decent payout in the divorce.

This I have found realistic with the times we live in. The plot has been a little slow initially but as soon as it picked up and you had the knowledge you needed this has been a fab read. Blake uses points of view from different characters in this book- I always enjoy this element as it allows you to really get a feel for each of them.

Alongside Cressida wanting evidence of the infidelity, we have someone who is keen to destroy husband Laurence. Which has really added tension and intrigue to this for me. I have been unable to work out where this one was going and have found this an interesting read.

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