Monday, August 06, 2018

Review: Jane Doe

Jane Doe Jane Doe by Victoria Helen Stone
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

It's said revenge is a dish best served cold, and "Jane Doe" is very cold indeed, making for a delicious tale of female empowerment and justice.

Jane works a perfectly ordinary job at a Minneapolis insurance company, being a little mouse in flowered frocks and forgettable looks. It's a ruse. The self-described sociopath is out for blood, stalking a self-important cad. The reasons why begin to unfold like an origami flower that leaves bleeding paper cuts, and will leave the reader satisfied and satiated at the conclusion.

As Victoria Dahl the author was on my autobuy list for romance. Now as Victoria Helen Stone the author's shift from romance to suspense makes her an autobuy for me in two categories, and that makes me one happy reader.

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