Review of Madman’s Method by V.F. Mason! @LWoodsPR @Author_VFMason

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⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 out of 5-stars

Wow! V. F. Mason certainly knows how to write dark stories. She has a dark and twisted mind and I love her for it.

Madan’s Method is a story of a small town run by five families and their kids are allowed to do as they please without consequences. That is until ten years after a horrific night their past comes back to haunt them, and it will not be a pretty ending.

Arianna Griffin is not part of a founding family, but she is the town sweet-heart, and everyone loves her. Or so it seems, until one tragic night and the consequences that follow. She loves to spend her time on the ice and dreams of winning gold as an ice skater, but those dreams will never happen for her. She’ll have to reinvent herself and do something else.

Eudard Campbell is the town bad boy and is member of one of the founding families. He and his twin brother Eachann, and their little sister Laura are descendants of a founding family, and the children of the town mayor. They haven’t had a perfect childhood, but no one knows what has gone on behind closed doors at the Campbell mansion.

I give this book a 5-star review. I loved the darkness of this story as well as the twists and turns that kept me turning the pages along with suspense of what was going to happen next. The characters in this book are as twisted as the story itself and they jumped out of the book to me. This book ends on a cliff hanger, but it will be worth the wait for more of Cassandra’s and Eudard’s story. I have read her Mafia Romance books and some of her Dark Romance books and have loved them all. I look forward to the next book in this duet and cannot wait to find out what she has in store for us as the reader, or the characters in her story.

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