Wrong Place, Wrong Time by Tilia Klebenov Jacobs
Linden Tree Press
Thank you to the publishers and Netgalley for a review copy of this book.
After reading the blurb on this book, I thought it sounded like something I would enjoy. It then became lost on my kindle amongst other books, and I have only just gotten around to reading it.
It felt a little slow for me to start off with but it did pick up pace as the book went on.
Tsara Has managed to convince herself that she should go to visit her Uncle, at his estate. Things have gone on in the past that has put let's say a strain on their relationship, so his invite to her seems like a way of making amends.
Unfortunatly for Tsara she is then Kidnapped. And this seems to be where the book really picks up.
The book is told from different points of view, which helps make it interesting.
All in all not a bad read.