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read Bring Me Back doc ↠ Hardcover Î Finn and Layla young and in love their whole lives ahead of them Driving back from a holiday in France one night Finn pulls in to a service station leaving Layla alone in the car When he returns minutes later Layla has vanished never to be seen again That’s the story Finn tells the police It’s the trutFinn and Layla young and in love their whole lives ahead of them Driving back from a holiday in France one night Finn pulls in to a service station leaving Layla alone in the car When he returns minut Holy Moly The 'Do Not Disturb’ sign was definitely displayed mentally if not physically while I read Bring Me Back Seriously if this book had been edible I would have made myself ill devouring it British couple Finn and his girlfriend Layla are on their way home from a skiing trip in France when he pulls into a secluded dimly lit area late at night to use the restroom When he returns to the car Layla is nowhere to be found Fast forward 12 years and Finn has moved on with his life in fact he’s now in a relationship with Layla’s sister Ellen and they’re living happily together in a picturesue Cotswold village However knowing how B A Paris's previous books played out I knew that this idyllic situation wasn't going to last Someone claiming to be Layla contacts Finn by email and also begins leaving Russian dolls outside his house and sending them in the mail These dolls have huge significance for Layla and Ellen but is it really Layla who’s behind it?My oh my who’d have thought that Russian dolls could have such frightening significance This was a fantastic storyline and for me it was the plot rather than the characters that was the star of the show and literally had me holding my breath at times The tension began on page one and really never let up with the author using misdirection smoke and mirrors to maximum effect and though I kind of guessed where it was heading it didn't pan out exactly as I thought it would which meant I thoroughly enjoyed the journey Utterly grippingThank you to Netgalley and H for my ARC I have given an honest review in exchange

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S sister when he receives a phone call Someone has seen Layla But is it her – or someone pretending to be her? If it is her what does she want? And what does she know about the night she disappeared 25 StarsAfter having LOVED this author’s past two novels it pains me that I cannot say I loved this one as well But I can say some other stuff so here goesI’ll start with the positive because life is good When I open a BA Paris novel I know I’m about to be put under her spell I’m ready to be completely transported into the life of a slightly repulsive human who starts reading with the sun and doesn’t stop until she looks up and realizes an entire day has ended with her still in the same pajamas that may or may not have the telltale stains of vanilla flavored coffee binging Blame it on BA Because Bring Me Back was no exception on that front As expected I couldn’t put this book down despite it not being particularly fast paced There’s something about this author’s storytelling that is so compelling and easy to digest Simple yet forceful and imaginative Not every story is going to work for every reader What didn’t uite work for me was the actual content of this oneAlthough wonderfully conveyed the plot itself didn’t hold much intrigue The characters never seemed to come to life I felt as though we were only shown outlines and whispers of what was intended to be a solid complex cast I wanted to know them better each of them but never got the chance Much of the story felt like a wild mental goose chase circling around the same issue without much progression or variety The “twist” didn’t pack too much of a punch which isn’t always a bad thing but certainly would have brought power to the read in this case There also seemed to be a lot of “telling” and not enough showing I wanted to see events unfoldfor myself rather than being told what took place All of that said I read this in less than 24 hours which is rare and a solid testament to this author’s capabilities True talent and I look forward to Thanks a bunch for the digital copy Dearest Netgalley

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Bring Me BackEs later Layla has vanished never to be seen again That’s the story Finn tells the police It’s the truth – but not the whole truthTwelve years later Finn has built a new life with Ellen Layla’ Please don't hate me I have mad respect for BA Paris; I felt her debut novel Behind Closed Doors was a forerunner in the domestic abuse thriller genre and I think the uality of her writing is incredible Unfortunately this one was just too over the top for meLike a few other people have mentioned previously I was gripped and fully invested during Part One I did find I had already guessed initially where Part Two was going but wanted to keep an open mind I didn't find the characters particularly likable or well developed; this is a short novel focused on moving the plot along and not particularly on character development but Paris kept me turning the pages and unable to put the book downIt had started going downhill in Part Two for me but where the story really lost me was Part Three The twist is simultaneously one that has been done before many times in many ways yet also one that is so far fetched and wackadoodle that there is no way it could be remotely plausible This may be due to the fact that I've read so many thrillers; someone who is newer to the genre and a little less jaded will likely take to the twist much graciously than I was able to In short the pages were easy to turn but in the end I can't say that I enjoyed this one I'm still on board the author's fan train and will eagerly await her next novel 3 I received a copy for review via the publisher