Blog Tour and Review: Just Married by Kiersten Modglin @bookouture @kmodglinauthor

Posted July 14, 2021 by sinfully in Blog Tour, Psychological Thriller, Review / 0 Comments

Author: Kiersten Modglin
Pub Day: 05/07/2021

About the Book: 

When my husband found this perfect little cabin in the woods for our honeymoon, I couldn’t wait to get away. Just us in the middle of the forest, waking up every day in the trees, ending each night in the hot tub under the stars. But now I’m not sure that I know my husband at all…

I just wish we’d gone to the police when someone left a note on the doormat saying: She’s dead, you’re next. Ryan said I was overreacting, but I don’t understand why he won’t go to the cops now things are getting worse. Can I trust my husband?

I’ve known about the terrible thing that Ryan did for years and it’s been tearing me apart. Last night I told him I would always keep his secret. But is the man I married hiding something else from me?

Now someone has cut the phone lines and we’re trapped here. Ryan swears he has no idea what’s going on and just wants to keep us safe. I’m here alone in the middle of the dark forest with the man I thought I could trust. My heart is racing and there’s no one I can call…

My husband promised till death do us part. Am I about to find out what that means?


A heart-pounding, unbelievably twisty psychological thriller that will have you sleeping with the light on! Fans of Gone GirlBehind Closed Doors and Date Night will be utterly gripped.

My Review:

Just Married by Kiersten Modglin is a super intense psychological thriller that grabs you right from the start with an amazing prologue that sets the eerie tone for the rest of this story.

Grace and Ryan are finally ready to go on their much needed honeymoon after being married six months ago. There is a perfect and secluded cabin in the middle of the woods that will offer them the privacy they seek. But, Grace has a secret, one that she never told Ryan. She knows what Ryan did years ago and she is happy to take that secret to the grave. But someone else in the woods has other plans for Ryan and Grace. Is there an even bigger secret still left to be revealed?

I have to say, I could not read this story late at night when I was by myself. As much as I hated doing it, but I had to put it down because even though this story is labeled as psychological suspense, it did have a lot of horror elements included which scared the crap out of me! I like the woods in the daytime, but at night I am out of there! You won’t catch me in the middle of the woods with no cell service, no way to escape, and complete darkness outside. I’ve seen Friday the 13th and I know how it ends! This story reminds me so much of why I love living in a city!

Just Married is not a long story, but don’t let the short amount of pages fool you, there is a lot to take in and you will be sucked in by flipping through the pages needing to know what happens next. With that being said, we just touch the surface with the characters, although I felt the ending really portrayed the characters the best and yeah THAT was rather unexpected, but in a good way.

Just Married is a gripping psychological suspense that might scare the pants off of you, have you looking over your shoulder when it is dark outside and make you jump from every little noise you hear. I loved every minute of it!

Author Bio
Kiersten Modglin is an Amazon Top 30 bestselling author of award-winning psychological thrillers and a member of International Thriller Writers. Kiersten lives in Nashville, Tennessee with her husband, daughter, and their two Boston Terriers: Cedric and Georgie. She is best known for her unpredictable suspense and her readers have dubbed her ‘The Queen of Twists.’ A Netflix addict, Shonda Rhimes super-fan, psychology fanatic, and indoor enthusiast, Kiersten enjoys rainy days spent with her nose in a book.
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