Book Review: Ugly Young Thing by Jennifer Jaynes

I reviewed this book after becoming aware of it through Booklover Catlady Publicity

The second book in the Grand Trespass series catches us up with what happened to Allie at the end of the first book. Once she is back at the only home she’s really known the authorities catch up with her and she is placed in foster care under the enigmatic Miss Bitty, who as well as being a wellness consultant is known in the appropriate circles as being an exceptional foster parent, however, this selfless woman is hiding much about her past and the reasons for which she undertakes the form of penance she has chosen.

Allie is bright and very troubled and her choices make difficult reading at the beginning of this book. She makes a friend for the first time in her life and is adapting to the possibility of a normal life, but will the ghosts from her past breakthrough into her second chance at life?

Once again the author weaves a web of intrigue that feels very much like a cat and mouse game between killer and victims, you are kept guessing as to the identity of the killer until the end and more about the previous books antagonists is uncovered as we are prepared for more to come in this thrilling series.

Ugly Young Thing is available to read for free to Kindle Unlimited subscribers.

Links to Book:
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