New Romantic Thrillers Reviewed By BookViral

A Romantic Thriller Short Story From Dorse Green

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  • ASIN: ‎ B08X3Y5YSX
  • Publisher: ‎ Purpose Publishing Company (21 Feb. 2021)
  • Language: ‎ English
  • Print length: ‎ 92 pages
  • Page numbers source ISBN: ‎ B08XFJ8XLP
  • Genre: Romantic Thrillers & Short Stories

The BookViral Review:

Romantic thrillers often lack the intensity of the mainstream genre, but this certainly isn’t the case with Who’s My Stalker. A clever and sometimes disturbing romantic thriller, it marks the arrival of author Dorse Green to the genre and one to which he seems exceptionally well suited.

Confident enough to avoid convention, he’s taken a good look at our relationship obsessions and the insidious practice of stalking to give us a powerful and unpredictable plot with a unique twist.

Green’s characters are vividly conceived, with great chemistry between them, particularly Tate and Angela who both have an air of vulnerability about them. This not only makes them endearing to the reader but adds emotional depth as Green takes his readers to an altogether darker place as he delves into the mind of Tate’s Stalker and the process of self-healing.

Regardless of one’s emotional response to Tate’s character or his story, there is the perpetual threat of malevolence as events are narrated, leaving the reader to contemplate the horrible, twisted ways in which stalkers ruin people’s lives.

On this level it’s a chilling foray into the mind of an obsessed individual, an obsession that grows in unpredictable ways as Tate’s plot advances, convincingly demonstrating how easily and quickly relationships can turn from love and devotion to obsessive hatred.

With many books in this genre, too many loose threads create more of a vague puzzle than a mystery, but Green maintains a notable balance between mystery and intrigue throughout to create a genuine rollercoaster of a read.

Not one to be easily forgotten. Who’s My Stalker is highly recommended.

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