Love You Bad by Louise Mullins
Kerensa lives a life of privilege few could imagine. Loving husband. Luxury home. Financial security.
But in the attic of their sea view mansion is a secret waiting to be discovered, threatening to destroy their perfect marriage.
When their daughter’s au pair uncovers Dominic’s carefully constructed illusion, one lie at a time, it ends in murder.
Love You Bad has what I absolutely love in a book. Short, sharp chapters. Because of this I read this in a day. I couldn’t get through it fast enough. The age old adage of “one more chapter” rung true whilst I flew through the pages.
Louise Mullins has plotted out an excellent story here. It is written in a way that we aren’t completely sure of how the characters connect and are constantly questioning what’s going on. This is why I don’t want to delve into the plot of the story in the review as I’m conscious I may slip up and spoil it.
All you need to know is that there is plenty of mystery in Love You Bad. The characters are great and well crafted. And as you fly through the story the mystery starts to unravel.
Thank you to the publishers for my gifted digital copy. In exchange of an honest review as part of ZooloosBookTours
About The Author ✏️
Louise Mullins writes full-time using the experience she gained in a prior life working in the field of forensic mental health, working with offenders and survivors of serious crimes.