Samantha was yet to experience what most of us have by the time we are a young adult, that is, that life can bring just as much tragedy and pain as it does love and joy. We follow her story as she tries to heal after losing her husband but, she could never imagine the worst may still be to come…
I throughly enjoyed this story and was caught up and hooked right off the bat. Sheila Rawlings did a great job of holding my attention and those pages on my Kindle flicking. The pace was spot on and although the outcome wasn’t a huge surprise, there were some elements that were.
The characters have been well put together and play out their roles well. My heart went out to Sam, who’s grief is so overwhelming, you could just feel the pain radiating from her through the pages.
I enjoyed the ease of Sheila Rawlings writing which is very engaging, as well as the use of the Cornish dialect through Nathan’s character. I do have to admit though, I had to re-read some of his lines at first but, I quickly got used to it and could follow along.
Beneath the Fear is a well written addictive read that had me turning the pages long into the night. A new author to me, Sheila Rawlings is now on my radar and I look forward to seeing what she will come up with for us next. It was a pleasure to read and review Beneath the Fear which I recommend.