Tuesday, September 27, 2016
Review of Gilt Hollow By Lorie Langdon
Thanks to NetGalley and Blink for copy of the eArc in exchange for a fair review.
Ashton is fresh out of jail for manslaughter, but he is on a mission to find out who killed his friend. The friend he went to juvenile prison for killing. Willow is the one person who he thought would always be his friend. But Ashton knows he is returning to Gilt Hollow with no one on his side.
Willow is mad at Ashton for abandoning her, and mad in general because she never believed that he killed Danny. Soon the two friends are face to face and forced to acknowledge their past. Willow begins to receive threats and Ashton finds himself being set up for one crime after another, they are on a race against time to find out what really happened that day.
I loved this book, it was a quick fantastic read. I guessed midway through who done it, but it didn't stop me from reading or being hooked on the story. I adored Ashton and Willow, they were fabulous and the connection between them was on point.
I found a couple of things a tad unrealistic, but it didn't take away from the story and I won't mention what they were because well spoilers. I thought this was wild ride and a great YA thriller.