~*~ Review ~*~ Pretty Bird by Olivia Howe

Pretty Bird

Source: Goodreads

Kenna loses her forever, Derrick, in a tragic plane crash that kills everyone on board—150 people, including the love of her life. People keep calling her lucky, but she feels the opposite. Now she has to move on with her life without Derrick in it and no strategy for getting past this senseless tragedy.

Investigators tip her off that there may be more to the story… behind the crash, the menacing Company that controls people, and even her dead boyfriend.

When someone tries to kill Kenna again in her own home, she is shocked into action and starts to uncover the truth about the corruption and craziness around her, finding herself and her heart again in the process. They say that time heals all wounds. Kenna has a chance to find out if that is really true.

My Review:
I would like to thank the lovely author and her team for kindly providing me with a copy of “Pretty Bird” to read and review.
Olivia Howe is a new author for me and this is the first book of hers that I’ve read
Finding out that you are the only survivor of a plane crash, one that killed the love of your life…earth-shattering….
I was going through every emotion I had while reading this story…
Things go from bad to worse as Kenna becomes a suspect in an assassination ring.
There was more going on that she could have possibly ever imagined and not only is her heart broken at the loss she has suffered but now, her life is in danger.
I can literally feel the emotions of Kenna whilst reading this, her pain, anger, grief and letting go.
I was nervous that with everything she threw herself into to get to the bottom that she wouldn’t be able to work through her feelings
Nathan was the hero that this book needed.
He not only let Kenna pursue the perpetrators but he was her sounding board and shoulder to lean on.
The story had me on tenterhooks, can Kenna keep her head out of trouble?
What secrets could she learn along the way?
Will she manage to find herself again?

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