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Book Spotlight: The Love Trap by Caroline Goldsworthy
Publisher: Gordian Knot Publishing Ltd.
Length: 326 Pages
Date Published: December 27, 2020
Author Website: https://www.carolinegoldsworthy.com/
Blurb: She longed for domestic bliss. Instead, she got a nightmare.
Concert violinist, Lily Gundersen broke her fingers. How? She mustn’t say. With her career over, she worries she’s going insane despite her perfect marriage and picturesque home. But after a car crash kills a young family and leaves her own body broken, she begins to suspect her husband’s involvement.
Staying with him to protect her children, Lily slowly sees the scope of her controlling spouse’s grand gaslighting plan. But her hunt for damning evidence exposes the twisted man’s scheme for something far worse than a life of abuse.
Can one traumatized woman reclaim the music within to defy a monster?
The Love Trap is a chilling, standalone psychological thriller. If you like cunning villains, bold heroines, and stories chock full of twists and turns, then you’ll lose yourself in Caroline Goldsworthy’s mesmerizing tale.
Step into The Love Trap and uncover the truth today!
Hi there, I am Caroline Goldsworthy
A Suffolk-based crime fiction writer
I once had a plan to write a book, and when that goal was achieved, I wrote another and then another. Now I don’t seem to be able to stop!
I’m based in Ipswich, Suffolk (UK), but also spent my year abroad in Elizondo, Navarra.
I was brought up in Colchester, I am an official Essex girl and, although I’ve been known to dance round my handbag, I don’t have any white stilettos. I do have quite a love of shoes and shiny things, so perhaps there’s time yet…