What happens when an online date is not what it seems?
After Ali’s heart is broken, she decides to try Anonymous, a new dating website where you can retain complete anonymity while you search for your soul mate. When she discovers Joe, she thinks she may have at least found a new friend and decides to put her past behind her and move on.
Several death threats and an attempt on her life force her back into contact with her soon-to-be ex, Mark, who is the lead detective on the case. The tension builds between them while Ali struggles to get over Mark and Mark races to find the maniac who’s trying to kill her.
When Ali meets up with her online flame, she finds he’s anything but the friend she imagined…
Anonymous is a quick, easy suspenseful read.
Ali is a great character determined to move on even though she still loves Mark her soon to be ex-husband. Ali and Mark’s characters are realistic and interesting. The build up of suspense is absorbing but the end isn’t. The antagonist is too vague and for me an anti climax when he does appear.
For such a short story there is a lot going on. The plot is intriguing and well written but some aspects needed more emphasis to make this into a satisfying read for me. This story is more suspense then romance. The plot and characters need a longer story to fulfil their potential but as a taste of the writing style, suspense build up and character development it is well worth reading.
I received a copy of this book from Harper Impulse via NetGalley in return for an honest review.
My rating: 3 of 5 stars