#amreading – What, Why, While :  Where There’s Doubt by Terry Tyler @TerryTyler4

What (am I currently reading)?

I am currently reading the psychological fiction Where There’s Doubt by Terry Tyler, which was published in March of this year.  My review will be up on soon.

Book Blurb  (from https://www.goodreads.com/  )

‘I can be anything you want me to be. Even if you don’t know you want it. Especially if you don’t know you want it.’

Café owner Kate is mentally drained after a tough two years; all she wants from her online chess partner is entertainment on lonely evenings, and maybe a little virtual flirtation.

She is unaware that Nico Lewis is a highly intelligent con artist who, with an intricately spun web of lies about their emotional connection, will soon convince her that he is The One.

Neither does Kate know that his schemes involve women who seek love on dating sites, as well as his small publishing business. A host of excited authors believe Nico is about to make their dreams come true.

Terry Tyler’s twenty-fourth publication is a sinister psychological drama that highlights the dark side of internet dating—and the danger of ignoring the doubts of your subconscious. 

Why (have I chosen to read it)?

Because some while ago I read this author’s historical fiction The House of York, which I loved, so when I saw she had a psychological fiction novel out, it reminded me it was time to read another of this great author’s books.   What a versatile, and brilliant, author Terry Tyler is!

While (I am reading it)

I have been visiting a few of the Fjords on the West Coast of Norway.  The weather was mild, the scenery beautiful, and the people very friendly and welcoming.  I saw plenty of cute trolls, did lots of walking up steep fjord sides, and had a great time. This photo was taken in Alesund.

All the best, Emma of EmmabBooks.com

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