The international bestselling author of Her and The Social Affair returns with another suspenseful thriller that very well could be set in the house next door.
Jack Mooney, a career criminal, has been in prison for nearly a decade, quietly nursing his hatred for the jurors who put him there. One in particular gets him through the endless days—the alluring Amy Stone.
When Mooney is granted early release, he makes Amy his first priority. To his delight, she's even more enticing than before, and better still, she has a lot more to lose than he'd imagined.
As Mooney's campaign of terror mounts, the police seem powerless to protect the Stone family, who must rely on their wits to survive a psychopath hell-bent on revenge.
Is there more to Amy?
I’ve been reading Britney King for several years now and if there’s one thing she’s good at, it’s spinning a story every which way until you aren’t sure who to trust. I was happy to get an ARC copy. This story was more of the same, and I do mean that in a good way. I’m However..I can’t help but feel she left me hanging a bit with this one. That’s why I only left 4 stars instead of my usual 5. I feel like there’s something we still don’t know and that there is more to Amy’s story than we are being told ... for now. Time will tell.
Entertaining and Delightful
I cannot be happier with how Mrs King starts out her books. I love the way you get pulled into the story then thrown back to a beginning and then the build up to that moment that caught your attention, then you’re given even more for that masterfully sweet sailing to the end.
Savage Row was wonderfully written, the characters kept me entertained, the setting was a delightful visual. Well done Mrs. King well done.
Edge of the seat reading, as always
Britney has the storytelling to keep you going on the next chapter and the next and before too long, the story is over and you are left with wanting more!
Bravo, Britney King, Austin rules!