72 Hours by Bella Jewel

72 Hours72 Hours by Bella Jewel
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Lara was the type that had a spitfire personality and wouldn’t back down from any challenge, that is until the day it cost her the life of someone she loved dearly. Lara standing up to some young punks cost her grandmother her life which put Lara into a depression. All the while Noah was by Lara’s side and Lara thought their love would last forever but one day it all came to an end when Lara walked in on Noah in the arms of another woman.

As soon as Lara found Noah with someone else she shut down the relationship and left Noah. Now a few months later Noah wants the chance to explain and doesn’t want to give up on their love and life they had together. Unfortunately for Lara and Noah they have had an audience during their time together, a stalker with an elaborate plan set in place for the pair.Now begins a twisted hunt when Lara and Noah are kidnapped and dropped in the middle of nowhere and given seventy two hours to save themselves.

72 Hours by Bella Jewel quickly became one of those books that I just could not put down. A romantic suspense story that immediately had my attention as I got to know Lara and Noah’s story and personalities but just as I got settled into wanting to know their relationship the story takes a huge turn when they are dropped into a psychopath’s game of terror.

Easily this story turns into a horrific page turning nightmare that had me on the edge of my seat. It’s one of those books that while reading I really began to long for this one to be made into a movie someday and watch the intense action unfold on a big screen. Definitely a nail biting intensity involved that I think should have readers hooked until the very end. Would definitely recommend checking this one out for the suspense fans.

I received an advance copy from the publisher via NetGalley.


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