Book Review - No Kiss Goodbye

No Kiss Goodbye - Janelle Harris

Wow! Oops, have I already said that?

This book has completely blown me away. It took a few days to read, as I had very little available time for reading, until this morning, when I read the entire second half in one sitting, as I couldn’t put this down. I finished this book a few hours ago, but I’ve yet to come down from the experience.

I really don’t want to say too much about the plot at all, as it is so good, I don’t want to give anything away. However, to give you an idea of what it is about, the main focus of this story is on a wife and mother who has been injured in a car accident. She is struggling with her memory, which has a huge impact on her and those around her.

No Kiss Goodbye is an incredibly well plotted psychological suspense thriller, and you will not know who to trust. I’m still feeling rather shell shocked by the whole experience. I feel like this book put me through a lot of emotions, from curiosity, confusion, and anticipation to sheer frustration at times. Oh, and you may need some tissues, as there are some rather emotional parts too.

I highly recommend this to anyone who enjoys reading. Fans of psychological thrillers and suspense novels will love this. Even if you’ve never read a psychological or suspense novel before, this is definitely worth a go. It’s not scary or violent in a horror or dark thriller kind of way, but it is very psychological and will have your mind spinning so much you’ll feel dizzy by the time you reach the end.

I cannot recommend this enough – READ THIS BOOK!

I would like to thank the author for a copy of this book, via THE Book Club (TBC) on Facebook, in exchange for an honest review, and wish her great success with this book.