The Sunday Girl by Pip Drysdale
Taylor has been hurt by Angus. So she sets out to get revenge on her ex-boyfriend. But Taylor doesn’t know just hoe calculating Angus is.
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The Sunday Girl is a thriller, and it certainly packed the thrills. I did want to know what was going to happen. But the thing I didn’t enjoy, was that I did not like Taylor at all. She just seemed to have no sense.
I liked the cat and mouse game that Taylor and Angus were playing, and they both really seemed to be upping the ante which made reading this very exciting. I just had a hard time rooting for Taylor because she made some dumb choices. She also seemed to change her feelings about the male characters very quickly. I think I would have preferred Angus’s true colors to be more of a slow reveal rather than how it was portrayed in the book.
As I said this was a very well written thriller. For me the characters didn’t work, but overall, I still enjoyed this book.