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Review: Frankie & Delilah

Frankie & DelilahPublisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Author: Francesca-Anna Daniels & Delilah Borden
Genre: Contempary Romance, Literature & Fiction
Review Source: Goodreads ARC

★ ☆★ ☆ – 4 Stars

Summary (Goodreads):
Francesca-Anna Daniels and Delilah Borden, better known as Frankie and Delilah to their friends, have been inseparable since childhood. Abandoned by their parents, their close friendship has endured through thick and thin. One very ordinary afternoon, a letter addressed to Frankie arrives that sets her on a tragic collision course with fate. Nobody could have predicted the wild and strange turns that their lives would now take, or the catastrophe that would separate them forever. Or would it?
Driven by her need to find answers, Delilah travels to England to relive Frankie’s last moments on Earth, and returns home to find the shock of her life. The far-reaching consequences of a split-second encounter has set things in motion that cannot be undone. When myth becomes reality, Delilah must make a choice that may be her salvation or her undoing.

My Review:
I thought this book would be about a journey of two girls, and how their dating lives intertwine with one another.. Boy, was I in for a treat! Within a few chapters the book took a spin I wasn’t expecting. Frankie & Delilah had me on my toes as I flipped the pages. I went from knowing how things would play out to mouth dropping shock, ha! (In a good way)
The shock of the book took me on a creepy adventure. Who knew life could unexpectedly turn so dramatic. Frankie’s description of coldness was absolutely brilliant!
I would say the only down fall is going back and forth from present to past. It becomes difficult to keep up, but you can sort it out.

Due to sexual content and language, this book is recommended for 17+

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Disclosure: I won this book for free via Goodreads First Reads. I did not have to do the review, and this review is my honest opinion.