Monday, 5 January 2015

Review: Blood and Shattered Glass by Tyffani Clark Kemp

Blood and Shattered Glass
By- Tyffani Clark Kemp

Genre- Adult Psychological Romantic Thriller
Expected Publication Date- January 5th, 2015 
Four months ago, a traumatic accident put Trista in the psych ward. They were supposed to help her deal with the events that transpired, but something happened to her in there. Something changed her and Jeremi Lloyd can’t figure out what it is. As her guardian, it’s Jeremi’s job to make sure Trista is taken care of. During the day, Trista is happy and content with the best fiancé in the world, but at night, horrible nightmares plague her sleep.
But Jeremi has a huge secret, one the doctors say Trista isn’t ready to handle. It’s a secret that could shatter what little bit of happiness and stability Trista has been able to find.
When Jeremi learns that strange things are happening at the psych ward where Trista was being helped, he starts to wonder if her nightmares and her mental instability aren’t really her fault. And he wonders if the secrets he’s keeping are worth it.
As the answers begin to surface in ways neither Trista or Jeremi could have imagined, so does a level of danger that could be the end of them and their friends. Can they figure out the truth before they’re both committed?


I was extremely intrigued by this book but I will admit that it started off a little slow, and I was a little confused by certain aspects of the story in the beginning. Although, I think that was kind of the aim. Not necessarily to confuse the reader, but to keep them guessing, and just when I thought I had a grasp on who was what to whom in this story, Kemp added another twist that totally derailed my thoughts.
I did enjoy the anticipation and suspense that grew as the story developed and once I really got into it, and it started flowing better, I was on the edge of my seat as this nail-biting psychological thriller unraveled a number of surprising plot twists.
By the last few chapters I was holding by breath as the characters fought for their sanity and freedom. This book was cleverly written, giving away just enough to keep me reading, without being too predictable. You will gasp in shock and horror, as Kemp throws curveball after curveball, and by the end of this book you will feel like you have walked every step of the way with these characters. A thoroughly enjoyable read.


About the Author
Tyffani Clark Kemp has been writing since she discovered in the sixth grade that it wasn’t enough just to read about fantastic places, but she could create her own. She weaves small bits of herself into everything she writes whether it be a science fiction piece about aliens or a dramatic romance fraught with conflict and love. She lives in South Carolina with her family and her fluffy shii tzu-mix dog who thinks he’s a Saint Bernard.


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