I received this early copy of Her Pretty Face by Robyn Harding from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for my honest and fair review.
I honestly couldn’t believe how quickly I became enthralled with the story line here. I usually enjoy books where there are several different character perspectives, but this one really grabbed me right from the beginning. I was left guessing until the very end who each character was, and was surprised by each as there story progressed. The character development was excellent considering the abundance of main characters throughout the story. The only character I would have liked to know a little bit more about would have been David. I felt as though his story line was kind of anti-climactic.
This story put me in mind of the case in Scarborough, Ontario involving Paul Bernardo and Karla Homolka. I don’t know if any of the characters where based around this or not, but there were a lot of similarities. Here’s a link to some info about the case if you’re interested in stuff like that. It’s a really twisted story, and Karla Homolka is a free woman today.
One thing I’m sure of is that I would LOVE to have more Daisy in the future. I found her to be a very complex character, and I wish there was more to her story line, especially with the ending.
Overall I was pleasantly surprised with, Her Pretty Face, and highly recommend it when it hits shelves on July 10th!