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By ACB(swansea) TOP 100 REVIEWER on 15 Aug. 2014
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Patrick Doyle and Mary O'Flanagan are teenagers in love, dreaming of a future together. However, this is Ireland in 1979, when strong family and religious influences were pervasive and any transgression dealt with harshly however traumatic. The hopes and desires of the youngsters are dashed by personal events, Patrick also bearing the consequences of a trumped up police charge, all leaving him physically and emotionally scarred. Jacqui Rose elaborates on these in detail before moving the action to present day London. Patrick is a marked man who has to keep ahead of ruthless pursuers as well as his own personal hellish problems. He is driven tirelessly in pursuit of vengeance.

This is an engaging read from Jacqui Rose. Suspense, intrigue and character interaction flow throughout the narrative. The plot line is cleverly established without any obvious giveaways. An enjoyable read.
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I have loved all of Jacqui Rose's books, and have always given 5 stars, but sadly this one has fallen a bit short.
The beginning of the story had me gripped and had me thinking that the story was going to stay within the era, but then it leapt forward up to the present day and this is where I started to get a little bored.

I found some of the story a bit "twee" at times, and to be totally honest I got fed up with reading how many of the characters were crying at any given time. It seemed that in every few pages, and in most chapters, someone had some tears forming, falling or they were on the verge of!
Its not like me as I love a good sob story ( which this book isn't) but this got on my nerves as It happened countless times. Sorry to be a little negative but I only wanted this review to be honest.
The main villain of the book came across as some kind of surreal superhuman too, so in all I didn' enjoy it as much as all the other books.
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I remember the first one I bought and could not put down and that has not stopped as I have gone on to read the rest of them. The story was gripping from beginning to end it had you guessing with every new chapter and still had you guessing again. I can not wait for the next one in 2015.
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By Amanda TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 15 Aug. 2014
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Ireland 1979 and Patrick Doyle and Mary O'Flanagan are teenage sweethearts hoping to one day get married. However ahead of them lies deceit and misery as lives are ruined, and when Patrick is punished for a crime he did not commit all that he has to look forward to is a miserable future.
The story moves forward to present day London where Patrick is not only fighting the demons from his past, but also trying to protect his loved ones as they attempt to survive in the heart of gangster land.
A compelling read which in my opinion is this author's best novel to date.
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I didn't enjoy this book at all. I've read other books by Jacqui Rose and countless others of the same genre, but I found this one hard to finish. I hate giving up on a book so I persevered, sadly it didn't get any better. It was just miserable with no light and shade. The ending was predictable and I was left wishing I had given up & not wasted my time hoping it would improve. I don't think I'll be reading any more of her books.
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Another great read from Jacqui. I like how characters from her other books are woven into the story. Read it in a couple of sittings as couldn't wait to see how this ended. Can't wait for the next one in 2015
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Absolutely riveting really felt for Patrick at the beginning this has got to be by far the best book by Jacqui I have read kept me on the edge of my chair!!!!was sorry when I came to the end roll on the next one
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By I Love Reading TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 14 Aug. 2014
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I have read and loved all of Jacqui Roses books to date. I am a big fan of hers, she's a brilliant author.

But for some reason, this one didn't get me like all the others right from the start, I found myself wondering at one point weather to carry on or not, but I did and i'm glad i stuck with it, I am unsure why i felt this way, maybe it was coming out of one book right into another.
The start of the book goes back in time, where we get the build up to the story and how things happened and why.

We are introduced to the characters and I think it's safe to say from early on you do develop the love for some and the hate for others. I always think if you can feel anything towards the characters in a book then the author has done their job and got you involved.
We start off with the younger characters in Ireland. and soon move on to them in the present day in London. How their lives started and how they have changed is fantastically put together.
As I said i am glad i continued to read this, and things did improve and I found myself getting into the book and story, more so when it arrived back to present time.
Then I found i didn't want to put the book down. In true Jacqui Rose style the book really took off. And I began to get really involved, really engrossed. I ended up thoroughly enjoying it.
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