Amnesia (Centrifuge Duet, #1) by Kylie Hillman – Review by Jenni Bishop

Amnesia (Centrifuge Duet, #1)Amnesia by Kylie Hillman
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Imagine waking up and not knowing who you are. Imagine someone telling you who you are. Imagine someone telling you how to live. Imagine a family willing to do anything to ensure having it all. Imagine living with a monster. Imagine the man who is supposed to love you going to any lengths to ensure you were his. These are all the things that Amber had to deal with whilst being held hostage by a deranged man who said he loved her but if this hell is love she would rather not know.

Amber St. George is being kept against her will only she doesn’t know it. After spending her life hating the very people who were supposed to love and protect her, Amber is now faced with bringing down the very people who destroyed her, only she is taken and her life as she knows it is over. Or is it?

Jaxon Ray has only ever wanted one thing, the one thing that despised him. Now that he has found her he is not going to let her go. She will be his and she will love him only she doesn’t know it. He is willing to do anything and I mean anything to make her his. Now that he has her he is keeping her mind captive. He is ensuring she has no memory of her life before him. He is ensuring she only knows him and ensures she believes his lies by keeping her in a constant state with Amnesia.

Will Amber ever regain her memory? Will Amber ever know what this monster has done to her? Will Amber ever be free of the monster? Will the lies ever come to light? Where are the people who should love her?

Kylie Hillman has done a brilliant job of weaving this tale and keeping you guessing from start to finish. The story packed full of lies and deceit, pain and torture, rage and power so much so that I feel like I need revenge. I feel like I need to bring this monster to justice. This is a very dark story and the ending will leave you cursing up a storm. I cannot wait to read the second book to this series. If you are looking for a psychological suspense to read then this book is for you so grab a copy.

Reviewed by @jennadb

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