Passion turns to envy. Love to murder. One way or another, everyone is spoilt.
A sadistic killer is stalking the streets, carving his hatred into the bodies of beautiful, young women.
The murders are stirring up bad memories for Detective Lucas Huson, as he struggles to remain focused - juggling the horrors of today with horrors from the past.
When Chelsea Summerville's best friend goes missing, she's unwillingly dragged into the race to stop the killer.
As Lucas and Chelsea find happiness together, Chelsea becomes the hunted rather than the hunter.
Can Lucas shake off his demons and save the woman he loves, or will everything he holds dear be spoilt?
I started reading this book when it was posted on Authonomy, and it made it to one of my top five books posted there. Sadly, only part of the book was posted and when I finished what was there, it left me wanting more. So I was very excited when I learned that Spoilt had been published. I immediately purchased my copy so I could finish where I left off. This is a wonderful book written by a talented author. It was definitely worth the long wait and I hope to see more of Joanne's books published in the very near future.
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