Review: Bleed the Water Red by R.L. Griffin

March 25, 2017


When Kate Tennison returns to the low country of South Carolina it’s with her tail tucked between her legs. She doesn’t want to be there and face the love of her life, who’s now married with a child. Distance has not broken the spell of fear that surrounds why she ran from her home in the first place. 


Her story is a tragic one. 


Mom in rehab. 


Father dead. 


Career annihilated. 


When we run from something looking back over our shoulder, we miss the scars on the arms that now hold us. 


Can the magic of the water heal her wounded heart or does something dangerous lurk underneath the perfect features of the new man she’s decided to take a chance on?


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**** 4.5 Star Review ****

I can always count on R.L. Griffin to write a book that I can't really say much about without being a spoiler. Every thought I want to share could potentially give away some major plot twists in this story. While this is a standalone, I would suggest reading Quiet Lies in order to get the full effect of this book. I can't tell you why, but there are some key things in Q.L. that add to this jaw dropping story.


There isn't much about this book that I didn't like. It started out giving me a WTF reaction. That reaction continued throughout the book. The twists and turns, the characters and the plot. I had not anticipated getting this story in all its glory.


If I could change one thing about this book, it would be the darker parts of the book. Once you read it, you will see what I mean. I wanted more of the gasp-worthy scenes. Aside from that, this book was definitely a huge page-turner. I am not in the least bit ashamed that I loved every single word in this book!

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