I was given this book by the author as a member of #RBRT in return for an honest review
I gave Blind Side 4*out of 5*
Can you ever truly know someone? And what if you suspect the unthinkable?
London, five months before 7/7. Georgie, a young woman wary of relationships after previous heartbreak, gives in and agrees to sleep with close friend Julian. She’s shocked when Julian reveals he’s loved her for a long time.
But Georgie can’t resist her attraction to Nikolai, a Russian former soldier she meets in a pub. While Julian struggles to deal with her rejection, Georgie realises how deeply war-time incidents in Chechnya have affected Nikolai. She begins to suspect that the Russian is hiding something terrible from her.
Then London is attacked…
Blind Side explores love and friendship, guilt and betrayal, secrets and obsession. An explosive, debate-provoking thriller that confronts urgent…
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Hi Judith. I’m very intrigued by your review. In the introduction, “And what if you suspect the unthinkable?” I something with which I’ve been confronted several times in my past. The mental battles and surges of that situation pulse with internal conflict, ranging from dull to mind-boggling. I will be interested to see how the author portrays such in this story.
Thanks for this review, and best wishes to Jennie. Mega hugs.
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Thanks Teagan. And sorry for late reply, I’ve not been here for a while. It is indeed something to think long and hard about. I think Jennie handles this question well.Jx