Looking for a novella that will make you want to walk around your house checking spaces where anyone could potentially hide? Then look no further! Blind Date by Nick Clausen is that book.
Blind Date totally spooked me!
Full Disclosure: I received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review. This did not affect my rating in any way.
Let’s dive into my review.
My Thoughts on Blind Date by Nick Clausen
Blind Date begins with our two main characters, Lily and Jake, meeting up for, as I’m sure you could guess, a blind date. The date is going really well! So well that before they know it, the restaurant is closing up.
Neither party wants the night to end just yet, so they head to Jake’s parents home as they were away. This isn’t just any home though. It’s a home that is totally decked out with an advanced security system that only allows you to open doors to enter or exit using a phone that is properly programmed.
The two mix drinks and then Jake heads upstairs to change. When he doesn’t return, Lily goes to look for him… and that’s when the action really kicks off!
I loved how this went from super cute romance to terrifying action! And the intensity doesn’t let up until the very last page.
This tale was so perfectly written! I highly recommend it if you’re looking for a quick, awesome read that will totally creep you out!
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