Pitch Dark from the twisted minds of A.M. Wilson & Alex Grayson is now available exclusively on Amazon.
~Something sinister lurks. Get your copy now!~
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One girl disappeared. After fifteen years, her cold lifeless body was found on the damp forest floor. Not an inch of her was unmarked by the horrors she endured. Alone, malnourished, abused in horrific ways; this was how she died.
One girl was found walking the streets, covered in dirt and scars. She had no memory of who she was, where she came from, or what happened to her. Even though the marks on her body attested to years of heinous abuse, her strength shone through at every turn.
Revenge and justice were sworn.
Years of searching brought up nothing but dead ends. Detective Niko James was too late to save his childhood friend, but he vows not to let down another.
The clock is ticking and the trail is pitch dark.
~ABOUT A.M. AND ALEX~
Avid readers and writers of suspenseful romances, both A.M. and Alex enjoy torturing their readers with twisted tales and crazy dark scenarios.
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WOWZA…this is the second book in a week that has emotionally wrung me out. I’ll admit I wasn’t expecting to be as blown away by this book as I ended up being. It was heartbreaking. It was brutal. It was uplifting.
I also found it to be fantastically well written and paced. The plot was interesting and kept me turning the pages. There were twists and turns. We jump back and forth from the past to present. Some of those flashbacks were extremely difficult to read and rather graphic. The others offer us a glimpse into Nico’s childhood/teen relationship with Aislin. There wasn’t a lot of secondary characters in this one, but the few that are peppered throughout added a nice extra dynamic to the book. I also enjoyed both main characters. Nico especially. My heart just broke for this guy. His regret and sadness and anger saturated the pages making the ending that much sweeter.
Now what stopped this from being a complete 5-Star read for me was the fact that it was LONG. And although I was never bored or felt like skimming I DID feel that sometimes it got a bit repetitive. Especially Nico’s inner thoughts. That was just a tiny issue and didn’t lessen my enjoyment much at all. So this one gets two HUGE thumbs up from yours truly.
Hi there! I’m a mom and wife by day (and night), aspiring writer (in my dreams), and an avid reader (every day of the week). This is my little corner of the web to post about ALL things books. I live in Copenhagen, but I am a Canadian girl (born and raised) at heart.