Psycho Review

Title: Psycho

Author: Nikki J Summers

This is the first in the Brinton Manor boys books and you don’t have to have read the Rebels of Sandland beforehand, but I have.

I don’t even know where to start with this review. Adam was everything I knew he would be and Liv, Liv was the girl I know we’ve all been.

Everyone has questioned their place. In their families, in their friendship groups, in everything. It’s part of growing up, part of really learning who you are and what you stand for.

So, we’ve all been there and we all get it and the fact that she’s so relateable allows you to fall in love with him. Because who could love the man that put Finn through everything that went on in Fractured Minds?

I don’t know, but somehow, you do.

It’s not just that he doesn’t conform to societal norms, or that he’s a little off the rails. The logic behind his actions are plausible, understandable, when you know where he’s coming from.

But no-one would have given him a chance without Livs insight. This is a great story, written beautifully. Completely recommended!


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