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Would you believe me if I said that I wrote this post a looong time ago and I thought I’ve posted only to discover that ,in fact, I didn’t…Yeah, me neither
Justice for Belle by Didi Oviatt
Expected Publication Date: May 15th, 2019
Genre: Psychological Thriller
Ahnia has a very dicey past – one that is scratching under the surface, just dying to get out.
She’s hit rock bottom, broke and desperate to be on top again. When she finds herself partnering up with man she hardly knows, and who’s utterly untouchable, she’s forced out of her comfort zone and left to question her own sanity.
Will Ahnia and Mac’s dangerous decision be a success, or will she find herself in the clutches of an unforgiving force, brought about by her childhood sin?
In this nail-biting thrill ride, no one is as they seem… and no one is truly safe with those they trust.
Didi Oviatt is an intuitive soul. She’s a wife and mother first, with one son and one daughter. Her thirst to write was developed at an early age, and she never looked back. After digging down deep and getting in touch with her literary self, she’s writing mystery/thrillers like Search For Maylee, Aggravated Momentum, Justice for Belle, and New Age Lamians. Along with a six- piece short story collection called the Time Wasters. She’s also collaborated with Kim Knight in an ongoing interactive short story anthology The Suspenseful Collection. When Didi doesn’t have her nose buried in a book, she can be found enjoying a laid back outdoorsy life. Time spent sleeping under the stars, hiking, fishing, and ATVing the back roads of beautiful mountain trails, sun-bathing in the desert heat, along with watching the relaxing dance of a campfire plays an important part of her day-to-day lifestyle.
“Justice for Belle” is a super fast read. And, to be honest, I didn’t really find anything abnormal or unpredictable AT ALL. I mean, who doesn’t know that talking to a stranger is really dangerous??! ….Not me!!
I think I set my hopes so high that I found myself quite disappointed by the end, I was thinking something twisted or like ,you know, something I don’t already know would happen!?
Having said that doesn’t mean that I didn’t enjoy reading it because I did! It’s just that I don’t really think this should be qualified as a psychological thriller. A thriller? Maybe but not a Psychological one.