#BLOGTOUR | Bad Girls – Gemma Rogers @GemmaRogers79 @rararesources @gilbster1000 #amreading #bookblogger #bookreview

No Body. No Crime. No Time.
Can you ever escape your past?

Fresh out of prison, Jess Strickland has just six months’ probation to serve until she’s free to get on with the life, she left behind 4 years ago.

With few options available, Jess takes a job at Bright’s’, an industrial laundry company alongside other ex-cons, all eager to keep their noses clean.

Here she finds an ally in Karla but soon learns her new boss Terry, is not all he seems.

Realising she’s no safer on the outside Jess refuses to be a victim any longer.

How far will she go to avoid going back to prison?

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Review:

This isn’t my first read from Gemma Rogers, so I was pretty confident I was going to like Bad Girls, and I was right.

Bad Girls is a twisty thriller about life after prison. Jess is an awesome main character. She’s done her time, and just want to get back to normal, but of course, things go south. She is a very likable character and easy to cheer on.

The twists and turns kept me on my toes. This is action packed and fast-paced. There were a few places the plot slowed, but overall, I was not interested in putting it down.

If you like gritty, crime thrillers, Bad Girls is the one to read.

Rating:

4/5☆

*I received a free copy of this book from Rachel’s Random Resources to review honestly on the blog tour. All opinions are my own and unbiased.*


Gemma Rogers was inspired to write gritty thrillers by a traumatic event in her own life nearly twenty years ago. Stalker was her debut novel and marked the beginning of a new writing career. Gemma lives in West Sussex with her husband, two daughters and bulldog Buster.

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