Publisher ~ Straw Hat
Published ~ 20 May 2012
My Rating ~ 4 out of 5
Jessica Tye is new to
London. Her parents don’t
believe in her going to University and since she has to support herself and get
a job, she decides to go to London
to do it. She gets a crappy job, a crappy room in a boarding room and a so-so
boyfriend. She becomes fascinated with a West End stage musical called
and she’s even more fascinated with the lead Kennedy Orr. She writes a long
letter to him that she has no intention of posting, but her boyfriend gets
miffed and posts it to teach her a lesson. When Kennedy Orr shows up her life
takes an exciting turn. But is it a good turn or a bad one? Marina
An enjoyable well-written read with interesting characters and an intriguing plot. I didn’t know what to think about Kennedy Orr and his sudden interest in a rural girl recently moved to the big city. It had sinister undertones and Jessica seemed to be under his spell. I liked the build up and the conclusion. I’d be interested in reading more by Alan Davidson.
*The publisher provided a copy of this book to me for review. Please see disclaimer page.