The Perfect Husband by Danielle Ramsay

Along with Rachel’s Random Resources I have a thriller that will keep you on the edge of your seat.  Recently published on May 26th, this book has a 4.4 out of 5 stars on Amazon with great reviews. Is it also inspired by a true story. The cover caught my eye on this book with the woman peeking through the window shade and the bright colors of the title and authors name.

About the Book:

How do you know if you've married the wrong person?

It was a whirlwind romance and we had the perfect relationship.

He was my dream partner, loving, caring, attentive… until the day I married him and things became toxic.

I spent my wedding night in A&E with an ‘unexplained’ broken wrist – but I knew what happened….

My romantic illusions shattered. My fear of the future heightened.

The man I had fallen in love with wasn’t the man I married.

And that was just the start of things to come.

Quickly things escalated. He isolated me from family and friends, and with no one to turn to, he began to control every part of my life.

I tried to escape, but he watched my every move.

Until one day he went too far, and I found my strength to fight back.

I no longer wanted to be a victim.

I wanted to live.

I wanted my life back.

But at what cost?

In sickness and in health and till death us do part…



 This is my first book by Danielle Ramsay so I didn’t have any expectations. If I did this story would have blown them away! From the very first chapter we know Sophie married the wrong type of person. The book details their relationship including domestic violence. Sophie’s strength during this story is unmatched. I love her character and how determined she was to see her husband brought to justice and save herself. This is not one of those books that you are yelling at Sophie why she is putting up with Jay. It is a story that you are cheering her in as she finds a way out. Excellent book!

About the Author:

Danielle Ramsay is a Scot living in a small seaside town in the North-East of England. Always a storyteller, it was only after completing a First Class (Hons) Degree in Media Production that she then went on to follow an academic career in literature. She was shortlisted for the CWA Debut Dagger in 2009 and 2010, and appointed a New Writing North Read Regional author in 2011.

She is the author of five DI Jack Brady crime novels and The Last Cut, a dark thriller with DS Harri (Harriet) Jacobs. Danielle fills her days with horse-riding, running and murder by proxy.  She is also the proud Patron of the charity SomeOne Cares, which counsels survivors of domestic violence, rape and child abuse.

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