Charity’s Wrath by Jane Blythe

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Actual Rating: 4


*Thank you to the author for a free e-copy in exchange for an honest review*

For a novelette, this book definitely packed a punch!

The blurb for this couldn’t be more vague, but if it was any clearer, it would’ve given too much away. Basically, Charity’s Wrath tells the story of what happened to Charity after one event changed her life. She’s a little too determined, a little too desperate…and a little out of control.

Jane Blythe’s writing style has been consistently engaging in all her books, and this novelette is no different! The writing is blood-curdling and vivid, and all 10,000 words kept me entranced. There were several errors and typos – small things like its/it’s and too/to, but other than that, the story flowed seamlessly.

I was super surprised at how full and twisted the plotline could be; there were definitely ups and downs that kept the story extremely interesting.

But what I loved the most about this novelette was the main character. She was uniquely unpredictable, and this really made the story uncertain and kept me on my toes.

I’d really recommend this for people who like thrillers – Charity’s Wrath is different and scarily exciting – and it’s an extremely quick read, so what have you got to lose?


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