Blog Tour and Review: Behind Closed Doors by Sadie Ryan @The__SadieRyan @rararesources

Posted November 12, 2019 by sinfully in Blog Tour, Debut, Review, Thriller / 0 Comments

Behind Closed Doors

She’s in your house, now she wants your life …
Tina Valentine has it all: the loving family, the beautiful house, the successful career.
But then Megan Pearson starts work at Tina’s law firm and with her arrival the perfect world Tina has built for herself starts to collapse as it becomes clear that the newcomer is intent on infiltrating every aspect of her life.
Something is obviously wrong with Megan but nobody else seems to see it. As the mind games and manipulations continue, Tina comes to the sickening conclusion that now she’s opened the door to Megan, it’s going to be impossible to make her leave …

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My Review:

Wow! Behind Closed Doors is a debut thriller by author Sadie Ryan and I must say it is going to be a huge hit for fans of the thriller genre. Ryan took off running right from the first page and when I say this book is full of dread, I really mean it!

Tina Valentine lives the perfect life with her husband and two small children. She has a job she loves and is close to even making partner in the law firm she works in with her husband, Glyn. But Tina is hiding a secret and new secretary for the law firm, Megan Pearson, is about to make Tina’s perfect life fall apart at the seams. Why is Tina the only one who can see through Megan and her manipulative ways and what does it mean for the future of Megan’s perfectly ordered life and family?

So, let’s talk a little bit about the dreadfulness that is just etched into the pages of this fantastic story. I can just feel the urgency right away and although it starts off small, that urgency just builds and builds until you are in a frenzy half hating Megan, wanting to smack Tina’s husband, Glyn and trying to figure out what the hell is going on throughout the course of the story. Who could be trusted and who is just plain bat sh*t crazy kinda drove ME crazy! I do have to say I am glad I was alone reading this book as many times I have gasped, said “what? Whoa, What the hell.” I probably would have gotten plenty of weird stares from people.

I found all of the characters in this story to be well rounded and etched out quite thoroughly. Although some you may want to smack upside the head and scream out “What is wrong with you?!?!” I have had plenty of those moments myself.

The story itself is pretty fast paced and I didn’t find any luls throughout and it held my attention all the way through to the end. The ending is quite surprising and definitely a curve ball I did not see coming at all. I was completely shocked and shook like “Sadie Ryan you really got me on that one!”

If you are a fan of books like Cuckoo by Sophie Draper or even The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides, you know the kind of books that give you quite a minf*ck right when you least expect it, then you will definitely love Behind Closed Doors. I highly, highly recommend! This is definitely a five star read for me!

Author Bio –

Sadie Ryan is a British author with two grown up children, she lives with her daughter, adorable rescue dog and cat in a small village in leafy Cheshire in the North West of England. She writes psychological suspense/domestic noir novels. She has completed three psychological suspense/domestic noir novels and is currently writing her fourth. Her first book, Behind Closed Doors, was snapped up by publishers Ruby Fiction and published in May 2019. Her second will be out in January 2020. When asked where she gets her ideas from, she says, ‘From observation, inspiration and lots of wicked thoughts.’

Social Media Links –
www.sadieryan.co.uk
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