Anonymous is a short and sweet read with a hint of suspense.
The idea of coming full circle in a different way is always a plus. You find yourself racing along to find out who Joe was and what happens in the end. I would have loved for this to be a longer read. I liked it, but I really wanted to love it. The basis for the story is all there. It just needs a little more detail to really bring this story to life, and suck you in.
With Ali and Mark going through a divorce, the dating site, and threats there is definitely some real meat and potatoes here. I’ll be checking out the other books this author has to offer.
The Color of Ink received a copy in exchange for an honest review. (3.5 stars)