Book Reviews

Book Review: Verity by Colleen Hoover

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Without giving away too much of the plot, it’s about struggling writer Lowen Ashleigh who receives a once in a lifetime writing opportunity that will get her out of her financial mess.

The job will require her to co-write and finish the remaining books in the bestselling and critically acclaimed series of Verity Crawford.

A task that Verity can no longer accomplish because of the injuries that she sustained from her recent car accident.

Lowen is not too keen at first. But because of her unexpected affinity with Jeremy, Verity’s husband, she finds herself saying yes.

To be able to write the three remaining books in a span of 24 months, Lowen must sort through years and years of Verity’s notes and get familiar with her style of writing.

All while trying to fight the powerful attraction that she has for Jeremy, devoted father and married man.

All while fighting a moral battle whether she should tell him about Verity’s autobiography manuscript or not, because it’s so horrifying that he will never look at his wife the same way again.

This book is twisted, dark, and disturbing. It’s a total mind f*ck. Therefore, I loved it.

I loved the feeling of unease, dread, and shock that Colleen Hoover has powerfully created here. I’m not a fan of her romance novels, but this first foray to suspense thrillers is definitely an achievement. I was hooked from the get-go, and I could not believe that shocking ending. Holy hell.

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