Oh, holy fuck guys. This book was infuckingtense. I mean, it left me on the edge of my seat and damn. Savage Row was the first one of Britney King’s books I’ve read, but it won’t be the last. (Check my GR review here) I want to be careful about what to put here, because it’s a psychological thriller.
Here’s the basics though. Back in the day, Amy was a juror in a trial for Jack Mooney. He neded up getting sent to prison for 20 years. Sadly, he got out early, and he’s now shown up in Amy’s town, targeting her, her husband, and their two girls. Amy is left trying to figure out what to do and what is going on.
Like I said, this is intense and it is a thriller. It left me on the edge of my seat. I didn’t want to put it down, and I did need to know what is coming next. There are a lot of moving parts in here, and sometimes the parts would get sneaky and come up behind me and remind me that they were there. And for all the moving parts, it was a smooth read, it could be easy to get lost with everything that was going on, and Britney kept everything moving and clear quite well.
That’s all for this one. Go check it out! Happy reading!