Book Review: ‘Mind Games’ by Christine Amsden

MindGames_med***I was gifted a copy by the author in exchange for an honest review***

The Cassie Scot novels are easily one of my favourite series. Each book has a mixture of action, romance, mystery and suspense. I love a good story and not one of these books has let me down yet.
If you haven’t read books 1 & 2 then there’s no point in reading this book. These books need to be read in the correct order so you know who is who and what is what.

‘Mind Games’ brings us into Cassie Scot’s life once again and things have changed quite a bit: Evan dumped Cassie and she’s no closer to understanding why.
He’s adamant that he still wants to protect her and Cassie is equally as adamant that she doesn’t need his protection.
Enter Matthew into the mix and Cassie has herself somewhat of a love triangle. Chuck in a couple of murders, a pastor who preaches hatred for magic users and Cassie finds her hands very full.

The main thing I love about Christine Amsden’s books is that the woman gives you a STORY. ‘Mind Games’ drags you in so that you worry about characters and what’s happening to them.
There are moments that are heart stopping. One part even had me doing an impression of Rachael Green’s (Friends) ‘Noooooooooooo!’
I am now an avid fan and I honestly cannot wait to read the next part. This series hooked me from the start and book three cemented my love for Cassie’s character. Another 5 Shamrocks from me with the hopes that book 4 can keep up the excellent work 😀

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  1. Pingback: Guest Post: ‘Mind Games’ (A Cassie Scot Novel) | D'eBook Sharing Book Reviews

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