Author – John Locke
Book Review For Promise You Won’t Tell
“I think something happened to me on Saturday, something bad.”
Private investigator Dani Ripper’s client list is crazier than the looney tunes conga line. But she’s still patiently waiting for a game changer.
Enter 17-year-old Riley Freeman.
On Saturday afternoon, Riley placed a strawberry sticker on her private area, pretending it was a tattoo. Not telling anyone about it. That same night, she went to a slumber party which consisted of boys and plently of alcohol. She fell asleep that night, then woke up the next morning with no reason to expect anything had happened.
… Until Monday at school, when her new nickname was strawberry.
I gave this 5 stars
This was a light but enjoyable read. You think it will be a simple read but in fact, it’s full of major twists that leave you shocked. Not just the one either, there’s plenty to keep you going till the very end.
Why I Enjoyed This Read
This book isn’t one of the mystery books that will leave your brain hurting but the end, It’s fun and easy to engage with. It’s written from the private investigator’s point of view which I liked, I was expecting it to be written by Riley’s point of view. It’s not a typical high school story.
Who Would Enjoy This Read
Anyone looking for a book that is funny, leaves you wanting to know more throughout and has exciting plot twists to keep you engaged with what’s going on, then this is the right pick for your next read.
This is a light mysterious book that made me laugh and kept me engaged right till the very end.