You Will Suffer By Alexandra Ivy #bookreview
You Will Suffer By Alexandra Ivy #bookreviewYou Will Suffer by Alexandra Ivy
Published by Zebra Books on January 29, 2019
Genres: Psychological Thriller, Thriller
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An Oklahoma killer draws a defense lawyer and a former FBI agent into a deadly game in this romantic thriller by the New York Times bestselling author.

Defense attorney Ellie Guthrie recently opened her own law firm in small midwestern town of Curry, Oklahoma. But the reception has been less than welcoming. Ellie’s tires are slashed. Dead rats are dumped on her patio. Thankfully, former FBI agent Nate Marcel insists on watching out for his new neighbor. Because vandalism is only the beginning of what’s in store for Ellie.

When bodies begin turning up, what appears to be a string of fatal overdoses turns out to be something much more sinister. There’s a killer in town, toying with Ellie, drawing both her and Nate into a web of murder and vengeance. To stop the nightmare, she’ll have to unearth this small community’s dark and twisted past…before it’s her turn to die.

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My Thoughts

I have never read any of this author’s books before but the synopsis sounded interesting so I was willing to give this book a shot. The plot is good and it sounded entertaining enough, a small town crime, with a serial killer thrown in to grab your interest. However, it did not give me that feeling of “man I can’t put this book down”. The pace of the book made this more of a take it or leave it than a must read for me. I think if I would have read the first two books maybe I would have enjoyed this book more than I did. Trying to come in to a series on a third book was not the best idea by far for me. I know quite a few people enjoyed this book, so the Author has to be doing something right. I received an ARC via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.


About Alexandra Ivy

Like most writers, I was born with an avid love for reading. Growing up in a small town in the Midwest, I can’t remember a time when I didn’t have a book in my hand or wasn’t dreaming up wild stories in my head. And when I stepped into my local library for the first time I thought it was paradise. There were so many books on the shelves I didn’t know where to start!