While out Christmas shopping on Christmas Eve Jessica Gould meets an intriguing man, Dominic Lacey, and ends up agreeing to go home with him for a drink. As soon as Jessica is alone with Dominic she immediately regrets her decision and begins to fear for what she has gotten herself into.
Jessica finds herself locked in Dominic’s apartment with no means of escape as she slowly comes to realize that he has no plans of letting her go. Over the course of the next twelve days Jessica learns just what a sick and twisted game Dominic has planned. But Jessica has plans of her own that just may help her make it out alive.
What can I say about Dying for Christmas? This was one sick and twisted psychological thriller from start to finish that I just didn’t want to put down. The book will surprise readers and keep them on their toes throughout because as soon as you think you know what is going to happen in this one it never fails to surprise.
Without giving away any spoilers I hope I will say there are two parts to this story. Just as one ends it’s like beginning a whole new book with a different plot and grabs your attention right back into the read with even more twists to keep the pages turning.
Overall, dark and disturbing situations with a twisted plot but one heck of a ride from start to finish.
I received a copy from the publisher via NetGalley.