Book Review: Winds Of Fear

Winds of Fear (Fearless Series #3)
by Glede Browne Kabongo
Genres: Adult, Psychological, Psychological Thriller, Thriller

This story involves mature content such as violence and drug usage.


Their dark secret could destroy her family

When Abbie Rambally meets the couple next door for the first time, she’s convinced something isn’t right. Why are the Paynes so fascinated with her oldest son and why do they ask so many probing questions about him? Then Abbie’s loyal and dependable nanny quits without giving notice, and Jenna Payne is only too happy to step in and help out. But Abbie begins to suspect that the Paynes’ choice of neighborhood was no accident.

Though Abbie wants to believe she can trust her neighbors, too many things about the couple don’t add up. So when a stranger in a café calls Jenna by a different name and insists they’ve met before, one thing becomes clear. If Abbie doesn’t uncover what the Paynes are hiding, her family will be in terrible danger.

From an award-winning author comes the latest installment in the “gripping and powerful” Fearless Series. This nail-biting psychological thriller can be read as a stand-alone, and will leave you breathless until the final, jaw-dropping twist.

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GLEDE BROWNE KABONGO writes gripping psychological thrillers–unflinching tales of deception, secrecy, danger and family. She is the #1 Amazon bestselling author of The Fearless Series, Swan DeceptionConspiracy of Silence, and Mark of Deceit. Her love affair with books began as a young girl growing up in the Caribbean, where her town library overlooked the Atlantic Ocean. She was trading books and discussing them with neighbors before Book Clubs became popular.

Gledé holds a Master’s degree in Communications, and was a featured speaker at the 2016 Boston Book Festival. She leads workshops on publishing and the craft of writing and hopes to win an Academy Award for screenwriting. Gledé lives outside Boston with her husband and two sons.

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Winds of Fear is the third book in the Fearless series.… To be honest, I read this one first then went backwards…….. don’t ask me why, I don’t know either

The story complete the story of Abbie, ten years after the second book. She’s now happily married to Ty(a cardiothoracic surgeon) and a proud mother of three, she’s also preparing her PhD, with the help of Olivia who was taking care of the children when the parents weren’t home. Things were going great, until meeting their new neighbors Mr. and Mrs. Paynes that is. There was just something about them that set Abbie off, along with the unusual interest the Paynes seem to have on Lucas; Abbie‘s firstborn. The sudden disappearance of Olivia without a single clue to what might be the reason and the different coincidences happening made things more stressful and quite threatening.

The story was overall an intriguing and enhancing read, it was pretty emotional/intense at some points. The suspense was there throughout the whole book and once you’re in, it’s hard to stop. There were some shocking twists, although I would say that I kinda spoiled the series by reading this one first (DoN’t Do ThAt!!!).

The characters were quit real, they didn’t have it all. I could feel (and even imagine myself there) what they’re going through as I’m reading which is something that I really like. I really liked Abbie‘s children though, despite being 9/10 years old, they were very cunning and a little more mature compared to kids their ages.

I you like reading thrillers, then definitely try the Fearless series!!<3

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