Thank you to Rachel at Rachel’s Random Resources for giving me the chance to review Bad Girls by Gemma Rogers.
No Body. No Crime. No Time.
Can you ever escape your past?
Fresh out of prison, Jess Strickland has just six months’ probation to serve until she’s free to get on with the life, she left behind 4 years ago.
With few options available, Jess takes a job at Bright’s’, an industrial laundry company alongside other ex-cons, all eager to keep their noses clean.
Here she finds an ally in Karla but soon learns her new boss Terry, is not all he seems.
Realising she’s no safer on the outside Jess refuses to be a victim any longer.
How far will she go to avoid going back to prison?
What an incredibly gripping thriller Bad Girls was. After only recently discovering Gemma’s books and having only read Payback, I was intrigued to read her latest offering.
I thoroughly enjoyed reading Bad Girls, the characters were epic. The story itself was intense and gripping. There was plenty to keep you engrossed throughout the book.
I realy enjoyed reading this book, im off now to read the rest of Gemma’s books.
Gemma Rogers lives in West Sussex with her husband, two daughters and beloved bulldog.
Her love of writing began in her early teenage years, inspired by hours spent buried in Point Horror, Richard Laymon and Christopher Pike with the occasional Judy Blume thrown in for good measure.
Other passions include movies – horrors especially (who doesn’t love a good scare), bulldog walks, swimming and anything involving cake.
Her debut novel Stalker was released on the 10th September 2019, quickly followed by Payback in January 2020, and Reckless in May 2020. All are standalone titles.