Finn and Layla are driving through France on their vacation. Stopped at a rest stop, Finn gets out for a break and when he returns, the love of his life is gone. Twelve years later, Finn is engaged to be married to someone else. That is until something shows up that makes Finn question everything. Is someone playing games with his head or could Layla have found her way home after all this time? And what does this mean for his current relationship?
Everything you think you know gets questioned when reading B. A. Paris’ books. Bring me back is no exception. From the first page, I was hooked. About three hours later and I had finished the entire book – taking breaks here and there to give my brain a rest. As with her other two books, Bring Me Back kept me guessing and wondering what in the actual hell was happening here.
The mind games that Paris likes to play with her readers seems to be what she enjoys most. There are so many directions her stories could go and yet somehow she manages to pull one over on her reader making them question everything. While I saw the plot twist from a mile away this time, it could be that I’ve gotten a sense of Paris’ style by now. Or it could just be that I am in tune to this type of twist, picking up contexts clues. Or I just got lucky. But even though I had my ideas, it wasn’t clear until the very last page whether I was correct in my assumption, making it impossible to put this book down.
I encourage you to pick this book up when it releases in June, heck pre order it today so you don’t have to wait too long. And if you haven’t already, grab a copy of Behind Closed Doors and The Break Down
I received a copy of Bring Me Back in exchange for my honest review. These opinions are my own and in no way reflect that of the author, publisher or anyone involved in the making of this book.