He’s Watching, He’s Waiting, She’s next.
When Sophie is told to organize care for elderly Ivy, she is unaware that by meeting Max, Ivy’s grandson, her life will be turned upside down.
As Sophie’s involvement with Max and Ivy increases she becomes more distracted by her own problems.
Because Sophie is certain she is being watched.
For a while, Ivy relishes Sophie’s attention but soon grows concerned about the budding relationship between Sophie and Max.
Torn between Sophie and his grandmother, Max cuts ties with the care agency, leaving Sophie hurt and confused.
Meanwhile, there is a murderer killing women in the area.
Is there a link between Sophie’s stalker and the killings?
Soon Sophie will learn that appearances can be deceiving.
“If you enjoy fast-paced psychological thrillers that will get under your skin then you will definitely want to be picking up this book!” Dash Fan Book Reviews
“Well written, clever plot. A real page-turner, jaw dropper and eye-opener of a story.”
Gemma Myers – Between The Pages Book Club
“I loved the author’s style of writing and I am looking forward to reading what Kerena has in store for us next. Fans of psychological thrillers are going to love it.” Shell Baker – Chelle’s Book Reviews
“Dying To See You is full of twists and jaw-dropping moments and the novel, particularly the ending, will stay with me for some time.” Kate Eveleigh – Portable Magic
“A brilliant, rollercoaster ride of a novel which proves that appearances can be deceiving, and instincts are there to be trusted.” Kaisha Holloway – The Writing Garnet
“Cleverly plotted, thoughtful and unsettling, I read Kerena Swan’s gripping debut in a day and can’t wait to see what she has planned next.” Karen Cole – Hair Past A Freckl
“I loved this book, it was chilling in all the right places!!” Donna Maguire – Donnas Book Blog
“Dying To See You is thrilling at times along with hiding some deadly surprises just waiting to jump out at the reader!” Rachel Broughton – Rae Reads
“Kerena has hit the ground running and I certainly can’t wait until her next.”
Diane Hogg – Sweet Little Book Blog