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To Keep You Safe by Kate Bradley – Book Review. @kate_bradley @ZaffreBooks @Tr4cyF3nt0n #ToKeepYouSafe

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PUBLISHERS BLURB 

You don’t know who they are. You don’t know why they’re hunting her. But you know she’s in danger.

What do you do?

When teacher Jenni Wales sees 15-year-old Destiny’s black eye, she’s immediately worried. Destiny isn’t your average student: she’s smart, genius IQ smart, and she’s in care. But concern turns to fear when Jenni witnesses an attempt to abduct Destiny from school.

Who are these men and what can Destiny know to make them hunt her?

With those around her not taking the threat seriously, Jenni does the only thing she can think of to keep Destiny safe: she takes her.

Keep reading. Keep guessing. To Keep You Safe is the nail-biting suspense debut of 2020
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MY REVIEW 

Jenni is a 40 year old maths teacher in Hastings. She’s an ex- soldier and a competitor in Ironman competitions. She also has a mental health condition in that she cannot identify or describe emotions….

One day she notices one of her pupils, Destiny has a black eye. She knows she should show concern and so approaches the young girl, just as she receives a phone call. Destiny is so scared she wets herself and Jenni knows she has to do something to help……and so this incredible story begins.

This is a tale of many aspects, with characters damaged by their lives and circumstances, there’s PTSD, grief and guilt,

Destiny is a child taken into the care system, with a drug addicted mother and problems of her own,

When Destiny is almost abducted by men in a white van, Jenny’s instincts take over and she saves her and as Destiny wants to go to Hull. Off they go…but what is real? And who is telling the truth?

There’s death, people trafficking, secrets and lies and damaged people. With some incredible twists, this is an utterly compelling thriller.

Thank you to Tracy and Compulsive Readers for the opportunity to participate in this blog tour,  for the promotional materials and a free copy of the ebook. This is my honest, unbiased review.

 

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