Make Me Disappear by Jessica Payne
By the time I realized the truth about Daniel it was too late.
But the truth about me?
He never saw that coming…
Dr Daniel Ashcroft was perfect: handsome, romantic, protective.
I thought I was so lucky.
But then I heard the rumors about his previous girlfriend, that she had vanished without a trace.
That’s when I found the cameras in my apartment.
I was trapped.
Daniel made it clear I couldn’t leave him, not without risking everyone I loved.
I had to disappear, so I arranged my own kidnapping.
I should have known Daniel would never let me get away that easily.
But he could never have predicted what I’d do next…
What was it all about
Make me Disappear is a suspenseful debut by author Jessica Payne.
A handsome anaesthesiologist consultant Dr. Daniel Ashcroft showered his charm on a young nurse Noelle to the point of alienating her from others, including her family.
But when Noelle discovered cameras in every corner of her home, she knew she had to leave. Or get someone to Make Her Disappear by kidnapping her. A staged one, of course.
But things went utterly wrong when someone else kidnapped her before that.
How it made me feel
I was absolutely bewildered initially by this convoluted plot line where the excitement built up early on.
Loved the suspense as just like Noelle, I didn’t know whom to trust.
I was slightly cleverer than her when a small clue laid the secret wide open for me. So I liked that I could don my Detective hat.
The writing was fast-paced and twisty. I felt the author did a great job for a debut.
My emotions were evoked for Noelle, who kept falling into unpredictable situations, but managed to escape them too.
Some of the subplots were predictable and the others quite far-fetched.
A regular thriller reader could easily guess the perp, even without the clue written in.
Overall, a solid debut. Quite fun if you could let go of your logical mind.
Publication Date:May 2022
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