Obsession - Greg Sigley Book Review

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Obsession Review

Obsession is about a happy loving couple who was looking forward to their upcoming wedding and spending the rest of their life’s together. Sarah Blake and Jake Lane attended their luxurious engagement party and met some new and old faces that they haven’t seen in a while. Jake’s brother Barry who is from the military haven’t been around for years. He came to the engagement party and became obsessed with Sarah. Barry then decided that he would go through any extent to get Sarah to be his and only his. Sarah later learned that Barry is a serial killer, but it was too late because Barry doesn’t care if he has to kill his family or her family to be with her, he will be with her one way or another, and she will learn to love him over time.

Sarah tried to save her loved ones that she still has by secretly escaping to Paris so Barry wouldn’t find her. She figured if she wasn’t around then no one else would die because of her. Barry found out where Sarah was hiding and soon was there chasing her. Sarah flew home and was determined to kill Barry even if it means that she will have to go to prison for it or die herself. Will Sarah kill Barry? Will Barry kill Sarah? Will Barry helpers survive? Who are Barry’s helpers?

Obsession was a nice read. I liked it but got lost reading it a few times and had to go back and reread paragraphs/pages. The author Greg Sigley didn’t blend the story to flow well, so it wasn’t an easy read. The book had slight suspense and the ending was a shocker. I did not see that ending coming at all, and I would of never guessed it. I can say that I was just as shocked as Sarah Blake about the people who were helping Barry with his sinister, devious and dreadful killings.

About Obsession

Title: Obsession
Score: 3 / 5 stars
Avg. Rating: 3/5 stars from 85 users.
Total Avg. Votes: 85
Author: Greg Sigley