Sorry to be a broken record – but this was another great, light, engaging holiday read. I promise i have something a little more challenging on the go too.
The Sunday Girl is all about love gone dangerously wrong. We start with Taylor grieving the loss of her no-good boyfriend Angus – who ditched her to take an exotic holiday with his ex. But Angus isn’t just a cad, gradually he is revealed to be abusive, both physically and emotionally. As Taylor grapples with this, she decides to take action, spurred on by a copy of Sun Tzu’s The Art of War. See, reading really does teach you stuff.
She puts a few things in place to punish Angus for his rampant infidelity- but soon he comes back begging her to forgive him. She cannot resist.
But it soon becomes clear that Angus has begun a game of cat and mouse with deadly consequences. It will be up to Taylor to fool him, placate him, and finally extricate herself. But will she be able to do so before something truly terrible happens? Just how much is one person capable of?
An easy read and one that keeps you coming back to it to figure out whats next. Just what you want in an airport.