Review: Stalker, My Love by Zack Scott

Stalker, My Love by [Scott, Zack]

Stalker, My Love
Author: Zack Scott
Publisher: Zack Scott
Published: Nay 14, 2017
Genre: New Adult, Mystery, Thriller, Contemporary



An untraditional love story where fantasy clashes with reality, and happily ever after seems like an elusive dream. 


Welcome to Pine Bridge, a small town rife with secrets. Personal is everyone’s business and passion is high. 

With the disappearance of Rosalyn Ray, tensions soar and fingers point in every direction: the boyfriend, the best friend, the mother and the stalker. 

Frustrated by the search going nowhere, Rhett Calloway makes it his mission to discover the truth and find the girl. Some people in Pine Bridge say he’s obsessed. Some say he’s dangerous. Some say he’s hurt Rosalyn. All Rhett knows is he’s loved Rosalyn since they were kids and he’ll do what it takes to see her again. 

I love how this book stunned me in so many levels. When I first saw the book’s cover, I thought it is kind of a mushy, light romance read—or even perhaps a rom-com. It’s because of the colorful tone of the cover– but boy, I was surprised. “Stalker My Love” was somewhat a mysterious, suspenseful read enriched with characters that won’t reveal their actual selves and secrets.

The book isn’t just about romance. It talks about other aspects, too. What made me feel connected to the story was the way it was written in a surprising way. At first, the tone of the story was light and somewhat cheesy but after a few chapters, it suddenly changed into a completely different one. There were plot twists that I certainly didn’t see coming and the way the characters were crafted just made me want to read more and more. I love the fast pacing of this book, more so when we talk about the author’s writing style. There were things that made me feel confused, though, but as a whole, I did enjoy the story.


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