A Reflection of Sophie Beaumont

| May 26, 2018


***For fans of Gone Girl.***

An easy reading, guilty pleasure book with a dark side and a twist ending. A highly entertaining, racy, fast paced book that you won’t be able to put down. Can you really ever trust someone so close to you?

When a devastated Richard Beaumont returns home one evening to find out that his beautiful, happy wife Sophie has committed suicide it sends him on a journey to unravel the mystery of why someone with a seemingly perfect life would do such a thing.

He discovers deep and dark secrets from her past and present that he would have rather left uncovered. Does what he find out eventually lead him to agree with her suicide note, that the love of his life deserved it?

Follow the twists and turns in Sophie’s life and look at both sides of the story as we learn the real reason for her demise.

Warning – Contains strong language and mature content.

***What Goodreads reviewers are saying:***

– A gripping story that moves along very smartly, and carries the reader along too

– An enjoyable, engrossing book with a great ending. It doesn’t let up from start to finish and has an interesting contrasting two people perspective in parts of the story.

– The characters and their emotions they bring to the story are strong. Yes you probably will hate Sophia; but who among us should judge

– A true page turner delving into Sophie’s dark and tragic past. The brilliant cast of characters made me laugh out loud and sent chills down my spine at the more disturbing parts

***What UK Reviewers are saying:***

– The original and intriguing story and structure of this page-turner held my attention and kept me guessing until the very end!

– The story developed quickly, and I enjoyed reading about Sophie’s childhood and the effect this had on her as she grew up, and the choices she made.

– Mystery and intrigue with a little bit of “50 shades” thrown into the mix!

– Interesting how the story unraveled……addictive. I Had to read it in one session. The ending was totally unexpected.

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