I Let Her Go by J.A. Andrews

I Let Her Go is JA Andrews’ fourth novel out now in the UK. It is the story of Lucy and Amber, who are both teenage girls in foster care. Lucy and Amber bonded over the shared hate of their foster mother then Amber goes missing. Fast forward fifteen years and a body is found in the woods where Lucy and Amber used to go. Is it Amber?

This story is told from multiple POV and timelines. The story will go from the present to the past in order to provide more context. What I liked best about this book was the surprises that keep coming. Lucy is close to marrying Josh, a foster boy who lived with Amber and Lucy for a short time. The missing body makes everyone question what happened to Amber and who did it to her. It also shows the relationship between Josh and Lucy, which is not the healthiest relationship.

The story has a very unexpected ending for me. This is a darker story dealing with drugs, psychological control, and suicidal thoughts. These did not affect my reading but it is something to be aware of in case these are triggers for you.

This is my first book by JA Andrews (not be confused with J.A. Andrews) and I am interested in reading more. Mr. Andrews has published all of his books recently and hopefully keeps telling stories! I greatly appreciate Rachel's Random Resources for this blog tour invitation and for introducing me to a new author.


Author Info

JA Andrews is from Devon in the UK and the author of gripping twisty psychological thrillers. As well as writing fiction, he enjoys reading a mix of genres, watching reality TV and spending time with family and friends. He is a member of the Crime Writers Association and is often plotting his next novel...

Social Links

Twitter: www.twitter.com/jasona1980


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