Till Death Do Us Part by J.S. Ellis

Published: June 14, 2022

Black Cat Press

Pages: 245

Genre: Thriller

KKECReads Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

I received a copy of this book for free, and I leave my review voluntarily.

J.S. Ellis is the author of psychological thrillers and suspense and published her debut psychological thriller in 2019, which was an instant success and received great praise from readers. She writes stories about obsession and betrayal. When she’s not putting her characters in uncomfortable, difficult positions, J.S Ellis likes to relax with her husband and their fur baby, Eloise. They live on the sunny island of Malta.

Handsome movie star meets small-island hotel employee and sweeps her away to his glorious Hollywood mansion. Everything about Carson Levin seems too good to be true… until she steps inside his home.

Every inch of it is just as his sex symbol wife, Taira Anderson, left it before her fatal car accident. But the oddities don’t end there.

A presence wanders the halls.
High heels clicking over the floor.
Mysterious splashes in the pool.
The bath filling with water without a soul in sight.

Something or someone is trying to send Abigail a message. But is it a warning… or a threat?

“I was there to serve, not to ask questions.”

Abigail is a housekeeper at a hotel. She’s good at her job, and she follows the rules. When a handsome guest shows an interest in her, she is shocked to learn he is famous. And he recently lost his wife. After a whirlwind romance, Abigail finds herself far from home, trying to navigate her new life. Except not all who die Rest In Peace.

This was quite the whirlwind. I don’t usually read paranormal/ghost stories, but I enjoyed this one.

The character development was good. And the plot moved along at a decent pace. The build-up was great, and the twist was well played.

I enjoyed Abigail as our lead; she was such a bold character. I loved how normal she was, how she was not flashy or pretentious.

I enjoy how J.S. tells a complete story without fluff. This was a quick read that held my attention. I enjoyed the thriller aspect, and I like that the paranormal wasn’t overdone or campy.

This is an excellent choice if you’re looking for a book to grab your attention and hold it throughout.

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