Today’s book review comes from Karen, she blogs at https://mytrainofthoughtson.wordpress.com/
Karen chose to read and review Death In The Family by Helen Treharne
This time, you get to know more about Julie, Sophie Morgan’s mother. During a four-week trip to Copenhagen as an exchange student, she meets Kasper, the love of her life in a café, losing him soon after. I will not tell you more about the story than shown in the Goodreads plot description. This would spoil the fun of reading this book yourself.
With Death in the Family, Helen Treharne has created an intriguing sequel to the first book of the Sophie Morgan series. Death in the Family provides the readers with more insights in the family. It is an entertaining and gripping read with Sophie Morgan, the very likeable main character and interesting other important characters; some of them were introduced in Relative Strangers, some are new. Helen Treharne develops the story pleasantly – it has a great flow. Again, I was drawn into the story right away, was pretty close to all events. This second instalment is a worthy sequel to Relative Strangers. I love it when paranormal meets thriller. Death in the Family is a great read for paranormal and/or new adult fans. Also an interesting reads for those who read their fair share of vampire stories and appreciate a different angle.
This a book and/or series to read again. Recommended!