Sunday, March 29, 2015

Until You're Mine (Review)

This review is for the book "Until You're Mine" by Samantha Hayes. I have to admit, I have read so many books that I often feel that most thrillers and suspense novels are just another read for me. This book, though, is one of the best books I have read in a long time, and my favorite non-faith fiction book so far of 2015.

In this book, Claudia is pregnant, and while this is thrilling for her, she has to be extra careful due to some pregnancy issues she has had in the past. Her husband, as a sailor who is gone frequently, wants a nanny to be hired to help out around the house, and with Claudia's two stepsons, as well as after the new baby arrives. Claudia and James hire Zoe, who comes with glowing recommendations and seems to develop a great relationship with the boys right away. But there is something about Zoe that Claudia can't seem to trust, although she can't put her finger on it. Soon, there is a rash of violent attacks on pregnant women which makes Claudia even more nervous.

I couldn't put this book down. I was reading it every free moment I had. If Samantha Hayes' other works are as good as this book, I'm going to be reading them immediately.

Thank you to Waterbrook Multonah for a copy of the book in exchange for an honest review.

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