Thank you to Rachel at Rachel’s Random Resources for giving me the chance to review The Catch by Shari Low and Ross King
At a glittering after-party on the night of the Academy Awards, author Mirren McLean celebrates her win with her childhood friends Davie Johnston and Zander Leith by her side.
Three kids from a tough street in Glasgow, the dazzling trio rose from the ashes to become Hollywood stars with global fame and vast fortunes.
This is their moment in the spotlight.
But by morning, there’s only darkness.
A secret from their past has come back to haunt them and the shield of stardom can’t protect them from the horrors of their old lives.
Someone is out to destroy them… and unlike the movies, there’s no guarantee that the good guys will win.
So after you get past the long list of characters there is actually a really good story being told.
It was a well written book but ideally you should read book one, The Rise, prior to this because it’ll give you a more in depth understanding of what’s going on. There was a lot of “I need to know more” moments so it definitely kept you on the edge of your seat.