Title: In Servitude
Author: Heleen Kist
Pages: 338 pages
Source: R&R Book Tours
My Rating: 4 stars
When Grace’s beloved sister Glory dies in a car crash, her life spirals out of control.
She discovers Glory was indebted to a local crime lord and laundering money through her café. What’s worse, Grace is now forced to take over.
Defying her anxiety, Grace will stop at nothing to save herself and those Glory left behind from the clutches of Glasgow’s underworld. But her plans unravel when more family secrets emerge and Grace is driven to question everything she believed about her sister – even her death.
Could Glory’s accident have been murder?
First off I want to thank the author for providing me with a copy of this book via R&R Book Tours in exchange for my honest review.
I think this was a great debut novel. It touches on so many subjects and handles each one appropriately and tastefully. Every time I picked up this book I was sucked in and I didn’t want to stop reading it. It was fast paced and the first chapter pretty much sets the mood for the entire book.
I really liked the main character Grace. Even though she is grieving the loss of her sister she stays strong for her family and does everything in her power to keep them safe. I will say that what she did at the end of the book seemed totally out of character to me. Yes she’s a control freak but this took it to a whole other level to me and I was a little disappointed with it.
This is full of twists and turns that I dare say you won’t see coming.