Friday, October 20, 2017

Review: Dangerous to Know

Dangerous to Know Dangerous to Know by Anne Buist
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Welcome back, Natalie King!

After having serious personal issues, Natalie King has spent a time in a psychiatric ward and now has exiled herself to the country, trying to lead a quieter life.

But that's not possible at all. It's just not in her personality.

And as the world is small, she finds out that the wife of her new boss is an old "enemy". Not a good situation in which to be, especially as the boss uses Natalie as a personal therapist and downloads all his personal problems on her. There's a certain strange attraction between Frank, the boss and Natalie, which adds to the story. His first wife died shortly before giving birth and his new wife is also pregnant. Will history repeat itself?

Though less complex a story, and with less characters than in Book 1, this book lives up to the first one in the series.

Will there be a book 3 in the series? I certainly hope so!

I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review.

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