Friday, 18 October 2019

Review of Blind Date: Never Go Home With A Stranger by Nick Clausen

Never Go Home With a Stranger


Lily agrees to go on a date at a restaurant with Jake, whom she's never met. He turns out to be fun, sweet and kind of mysterious. Against her own better judgement, she decides to go home with him—and that turns out to be the biggest mistake of her life.

Jake's parents are out of town, so they have the whole, impressive mansion to themselves. Jake makes Lily a drink, goes upstairs but doesn't come back down. Lily waits patiently for several minutes. Still, no Jake. Finally, she goes upstairs to look for him. And that's when the horror begins ...

My Review: 5 stars
I picked this up because it looked to be a quick read and the blurb intrigues me. I was trying to guess the twist once the story started, but didn't get it right. Overall it was a thrilling read and made me curious about some of the author's other books. The story was engaging and well-written and the twist was one that I didn't see coming. An amazing short story and one I adored.

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