Thursday, July 28, 2016

Book Review: Don’t Look Back, by Jennifer L. Armentrout

Don’t Look Back
By: Jennifer L. Armentrout
ISBN-10: 1423175123
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Sam wakes up on the side of a road covered in blood, her memory completely blank.

After she is thrown back into a life she can’t remember, Sam learns the disturbing truth: her best friend, Cassie, is dead, and the police suspect she was murdered. Already having to deal with the confusion of her memory loss, new questions are now whirling around Sam’s head: Who killed Cassie? What’s up with the strange way her family is acting? And why does she have a bad feeling about her old boyfriend?

Don’t Look Back is a fast-paced mystery thriller that contains some mature themes. It includes:

• Physical attraction
• Kissing and making out
• A sex scene (non-descriptive)
• Reference to a character giving her boyfriend oral sex
• Profanity (one F-word, b*tch, sh*t, h*ll, and d*mn)
• Some creepy hallucinations
• Depictions of a murder
• Blood
• A fistfight

Don’t Look Back should not disappoint Jennifer L. Armentrout fans, and even those who are not a fan of the author’s other works might find this YA standalone to be surprisingly enjoyable (though it can be quite cheesy at times).

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