Book Review: You Shouldn't Have Come Here by Jeneva Rose

Title: You Shouldn't Have Come Here

By: Jeneva Rose

Genre: Thriller

Pages: 350

Release Date: April 25th, 2023

Publisher: Blackstone Publishing

Rating: ★★★★★


Summary from Goodreads:

Grace Evans, an overworked New Yorker looking for a total escape from her busy life, books an Airbnb on a ranch in the middle of Wyoming. When she arrives, she's pleasantly surprised to find that the owner is a handsome man by the name of Calvin Wells. But there are things Grace discovers that she's not too pleased about: A lack of cell phone service. A missing woman. And a feeling that something isn't right with the town.

Despite her uneasiness and misgivings from Calvin's friends and family, the two grow close and start to fall for one another. However, as her departure date nears, things between them start to change for the worse. Grace grows wary of Calvin as his infatuation for her seems to turn into obsession. Calvin fears that Grace is hiding something from him.

Told from dual points of view, You Shouldn't Have Come Here is a thrill ride and a cautionary tale of what can go wrong when you open up your house and your heart to a total stranger.


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Jeneva Rose has done it again. Take that SCOTT!!

This book kept me guessing with characters that propelled the story line with ease. I found myself jumping from favorite character to favorite character as I began to suspect each person as some maniacal cereal killer, but never really being able to put my finger on it. To say I was drawn to one character over another just isn't true as they all seemed to be a suspect at any given time. So complex.

My favorite scene came when Grace decided to finally make her way down into the creepy basement. My mind screamed with the decades old tale of, "Don't go into the basement!" The amount of creep made my spine shiver.

I gave this book a solid 5 out of 5 stars. I loved the twists and turns. The plot kept me guessing and the entertainment level was off the charts.

A wonderful creepy read worth picking up on a rainy evening.

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