The Bride to Be
published May 7, 2023
About the book
What if saying yes was only the first mistake?
Kate is getting married. It’s an exciting time, but she has some doubts – her partner Mark sometimes mistreats her, and she is beginning to wonder if he is really “the one”.
Her concerns only grow when she spots a ridiculously happy couple during a wedding dress fitting. Realising that they have everything she wants, she becomes obsessed with the pair.
She decides that the groom, Tristan, is her ideal man and becomes fixated on getting closer to him. As she does, she discovers more and more about him and his seemingly perfect life with his bride-to-be, Tess.
And realises that below the surface they have their problems too.
As the wedding draws nearer, Kate has some big decisions to make.
Should she leave Mark?
Is Tristan the one she should really be with?
And what will happen when the dark secrets that both couples are hiding come out into the open?
The Bride To Be is an emotionally charged psychological thriller that’s packed with twists and intrigue.
I am such a fan of the author. His books are short, twisty and always entertaining. I knew I had to pick this one up.
A love triangle, a wedding and the author’s trademark surprise ending. There were secrets (what twisty thriller doesn’t have that these days), betrayals and it all surrounds the stress of a wedding. Not every character is likable and at times my thoughts switched back and forth about Kate.
I am a fan of the author’s writing style. It is easy to read and drew me in. From the start I was hooked and did not want to put it down. I needed to know to what extreme that characters would go to get their ending. Because in the author’s book, you can always expect an extreme.
I read it in a day and would have read it in a sitting if life hadn’t gotten in the way.
If you are a fan of short, entertaining, easy to read, twisty thrillers, then pick this one up and make sure to check out his other books too.
Daniel Hurst writes psychological thrillers and loves to tell tales about unusual things happening to normal people. He has written all his life, making the progression from handing scribbled stories to his parents as a boy to writing full length novels in his thirties. He lives in the North West of England and when he isn’t writing, he is usually watching a game of football in a pub where his wife can’t find him.