What can I say about this book? I loved the third book in the Little Girl Dead series. It’s pretty twisty and has many turns. This book follows immediately on from Little Girl Revenge (out now) and focuses on two strong female leads, Lila and Bonnie.
If you’ve read the other two books in the series, Little Girl Dead and Little Girl Revenge, you’d know that plans don’t always go to, well, plan.
When Dan seizes the opportunity to take what he wants i.e. Lila, he runs with her. He’s wreaking havoc wherever he goes and he gets it into his mind to add kidnapping to the list to use as leverage against Lila. She’s already proven that she’ll do what he wants if there’s a child’s life a stake.
Bonnie and Peter left the compound together in search of a better future, but for Peter, what is a future without his wife Lila?
And so begins a race against time. Can Dan get Lila to his safe place or will Peter and Bonnie catch up to them and rescue Lila?
This book starts in rural Queensland in a place called Eudlo, a little speck of a town on the Sunshine Coast where I lived for a few years, makes its way down through Tweed Heads in New South Wales to eventually lands in Bendigo, Victoria which is where my family is from.
Anyway, this is the second last book in the series, the next one being a prequel called Little Girl Lonely. I’ve really enjoyed writing this book and can’t wait for it to be released.