Stalker Stalker by Brenda Hampton
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

This is the story of Abigail Wilson attempting to rebound after a brutal divorce. Enter Brent Carson, who seemed like the perfect guy. He was perfect until he made his feelings known and they were not in Abigail's favor. However, the author did an excellent job of creating an unlikeable primary character. However, I was clueless as to why she spiraled into a “stalker” so easily. It did not seem probable that two bad breakups would cause her to go off the “deep end” so quickly. I’m not sure what purpose the Clinton and Velma really played in the story. Their storyline seemed thrown in as a filler and served no real purpose. The ending was predictable, but it was nice seeing how the author was going to get us to that point. I would have liked a bit more character development to go with such a well-formatted story. The narrator, Patricia R. Floyd, gave another top-notch performance as expected.

Now let's get you that book!

Reviewed by KayBee


by KayBee