Author L.K. Chapman
Publisher CreateSpace Independent Publishing
I received a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for my honest review
There has always been someone else in the background; someone they really shouldn’t turn to for help…
To Sammie, Jay is her first boyfriend; someone to be loved and adored, someone she is desperate to make happy.
For Felicity, eleven years later, Jay is a distraction from the traumatic loss of her parents; her relationship with him uncomplicated, impulsive and mindless.
Then Jay turns Felicity’s world upside down when he asks her to help him get revenge on a childhood friend; a friend he said destroyed his relationship with Sammie, and wrecked his life. But when Felicity agrees to Jay’s strange plan, she gradually begins to realise she’s treading a path that has been trodden by Sammie before her, as Jay becomes increasingly controlling and abusive, and she finds herself trapped.
But what neither Felicity nor Sammie realise is that there has always been someone else in the background of Jay’s life; someone obsessed and dangerous, someone who they really shouldn’t turn to for help, because when it comes to Jay, this person will do anything for him.
What did I think?
Wow, what a book! L.K. Chapman has impressed me with her writing and ‘Anything for Him’ is a must-read from me! She has written a stunning thriller that keeps you guessing and has so many surprises in it that at points made me feel sick to my stomach. It takes a talented writer to achieve that!
The book, for me, never lost pace and always kept me wanting me. I had to force myself to put it down at points – not because I was reading too much in one go but because I wanted to truly absorb the story and get the full feeling of it.
‘Anything for Him’ took me by surprise and had some brilliant twists to the story. I’d love to know more about Felicity’s ending but I love how ‘open’ Chapman has left it…not something I usually say at all! A great read, go and buy it, I highly recommend you do.
My Rating? ♥♥♥♥♥
Will you be adding this to your TBR pile?