Stop At Nothing by Tammy Cohen had all the makings of a great story - but it wasn't as good as I had expected. I have read and loved previous books from this author so I had high hopes for this new one - I was disappointed. I found that the main character was over the top and annoying. The story at times dragged and I found it hard to stay engaged. But in saying all that the story was good - however, I did work it all out quite early and I was sad to be correct. I was hoping for a twist that I had missed.
Tess is a single mother and tries her best to be a good mother to her girls. Her youngest, Emma is attacked on her way home from a party one night. She is terrified and retreats into herself. And then one day Tess see's Emmas attacker in their street, close to their home. From this point on Tess is out of control and does everything she can to protect her daughter from this man. - no matter what the cost, even though it puts them in danger.
Thanks to Netgalley and Random House UK, Transworld Publishers for my advanced copy of this book to read. All opinions are my own and are in no way biased
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