Girl meets boy. They fall in love. Sounds simple? It isn’t.
When Freya falls for the manipulative Kane, her life changes beyond her wildest imagination. When the luxurious life she craves gradually becomes intolerable she realises escape is out of reach. Her life has changed and so has she.
She knows that when she least expects it, he will return and make good his promise to exact revenge and ensure she pays the price he fell he is owed.
Can Freya ever be free?
Whoever knew love could be so dangerous.
Following Freya from her carefree twenties up to the present day, Over My Shoulder is an intricate tale of blinkered love and obsession.
This review is going to be the hardest Ive had to write in a while as I seriously don’t know how to put in words how I feel about this book.
This is Freya’s story. It’s not an easy read but if she needs to be truthful about her life then it can’t be easy.
Freya is a young normal girl who falls for the charm of Kane. It’s going to be the biggest mistake of her life. He’s not a nice man at all. In fact he’s rotten to the core. He manipulates her and controls her life. Freya doesn’t find that out for a while and by then she’s in deep.
On a personal level I could see that the author thought long and hard and did her research as parts of this story resonated home to me. Well done to the author on a well written story and writing a story that needs to be told.
Patricia Dixon was born in Manchester where she still lives with her husband. They have two grown up children and one grandson, plus the company of a lazy bulldog.
Ignoring her high school reports and possibly sound advice from teachers, Patricia shunned the world of academia and instead, stubbornly pursued a career in fashion. Once the sparkle of London life wore off she returned north and embarked on a new adventure, that of motherhood.
Now, almost thirty years later she has acquiesced to the wise words of her elders and turned her hand to writing. Patricia has written five novels set in the Loire and then, in complete contrast, a much darker story of psychological suspense.
She is currently writing her next book, a murderous tale set in the sixties and if she’s not at her desk Patricia loves to read historical fiction or attempts recipes that look great on television but not necessarily her plate. And when the penny jar is full she cashes in her coins and heads to France, the lure of red wine and escapism equalled only by the pursuance of her dream job, writing for a living.
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