Review: Goodbye Good Girl by Renee Blossom


Her father hid the truth from her. What she didn’t know is how far he would go to protect her.

Kandace is determined, ever since the accident that nearly paralyzed her mother, to get her father back home. He remains supportive, but refuses to let his daughter into his life. Mysterious at best, suspicious at worst, Kandace accepts her circumstances with little choice.
When a threat to her father surfaces, Kandace realizes she has this one chance to protect him and at the same time, discover his secrets. On the journey, her luck turns. Far from home, without money or transportation and time running out, she entertains an offer–an unorthodox proposition from a stranger–that forces Kandace to cross a line she said she’d never cross. It’s possible to save her father, but can she wave goodbye to the good girl she has been and get her own hands dirty? Ultimately, Kandace doesn’t know what secrets her father holds close to the vest. Is she really better off knowing them?


Wow! This story has a bit of everything, family drama, super spies, suspense, action and ummmm something a bit more risque lol!

While making for an intense read I did feel that because off all the themese running through it felt a bit jumbled! I mean this girl goes through ALOT!

It makes for a jumbled story where it is difficult to see the true Kandace which made her hard to relate to!

It definitely has promise to be a really good story but I think there needs to be more done to streamline into a more coherent storyline

Reviewed by Nat

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