Book Review: "Stolen" by KA Woodford
by KA Woodford
Publication date: 01/09/2021
I would like to first thank KA Woodford for referring me to read her debut novel, in exchange for a honest review. I received no compensation for my review, and all thoughts and opinions expressed are entirely my own.
Jenna Brandt can't stay out of trouble for five minutes. When she sees one of her friends about to be abducted, she launches into action not thinking of the consequences. Detective Sergeant David Sawran doesn't know what to think; troublemaker or daredevil. The vehicle she stole has evidence from a cold case fifteen years and fifteen hundred miles away causing Sawran and the original detective to team up hoping they can catch a killer before he finds Jenna.
Stolen the debut novel by KA Woodford wastes no time in delving into the action of the story. Jenna, the naively brave heroine of this story has witnessed an altercation between her friend/love-interest Jake and a creepy psycho guy named Michael. The altercation took a turn for the worse and became violent. With Jenna's adrenaline-pumping fast thinking, she decides to steal Michael's van that held Jake's injured body when Michael stepped away into his house. After her own altercation with Michael, she manages to get away from his clutches and she drives herself and Jake to the local hospital. Of course, this is not the last we hear from Michael.
This book is dripping with raw emotion by the characters such as rage, excitement, sympathy and a dash of an impassioned love triangle. The author also did her research on with her attention to detail of police procedure and the psychological nature of murderers and victims. Watch out for more from this author, she definitely has the makings of a future best-selling writer. Kudos!
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