Because I Was Lonely By @HayleyMitchellc ~ Published @RedDoorBooks #Review


Finished this last night and it was for sure a special read. It’s Hayley Mitchell’s debut novel with Red Door Publishing but it will not be her last. The first chapter had me sitting with my chin on my chest, scared to read the next page. The best opening to a book I have ever read. The intense build up has you screaming at Rachel!

The book is in two parts and I have to say there is a subtle change in theme between the two. Part two of the book threw me a little, I was expecting it to take a different route.  So that was also a great play by Hayley Mitchell.

My favourite character was Julie. I felt incredibly sorry for her and would love to have taken her to lunch and say leave!!!

Hayley Mitchell has a great talent of setting the scene and mood without using unnecessary long-winded words. The pace of the book is super and you are always on your toes from beginning to end.

I would encourage you to snap this up and add Hayley to your watch list!

Buy your copy here ~ Amazon

Follow Hayley on Twitter@HayleyMitchellc


Because I  Was Lonely


Meet Rachel. She is caught in a spiral of endless crying, dirty nappies, and sleepless nights. She fears for her sanity and the safety of her children.

She’s lonely.

Meet Adam. Suffering from the pain and trauma of a terrible accident that he blames himself for, he stays at home, unable to bring himself to leave the house.

He’s lonely.

So when Rachel and Adam rekindle their long lost friendship online, what starts as a little harmless flirtation, soon becomes an unhealthy obsession, and slowly the threads of their lives unravel before them.

Four lonely people. Two unhappy marriages. One dangerous, but inevitable climax.

Buy your copy here ~ Amazon


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