Repent at Leisure



Paul McAdam Wakes Up With A Strange Girl In His Bed, With No Idea Who She Is Or Where She Came From Cat Taylor Worms Her Way Into Paul S Life, Eventually Moving Into His Flat The Arrangement Suits Paul Quite Well Until He Meets Anita Fairfax, The Love Of His Life And The Girl He Wishes To Marry Cat Has To Go, But Paul Finds That She Is Not Interested In Moving Out When Cat Is Found Dead In Paul S Flat, He S The 1 Suspect, Even Though There S Not A Shred Of Evidence Anita And Paul Are Happily Married, But She Soon Begins To Wonder Whether Her New Husband Could Have Been Cat S Killer All AlongRepent at Leisure

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  • Paperback
  • 287 pages
  • Repent at Leisure
  • Stevie Turner
  • English
  • 25 October 2017
  • 9781549960 Edition Language English Literary Awards Drunken Druid Award for Book of the Year 3rd Place 2016 Other Editions 2

10 thoughts on “Repent at Leisure

  1. says:

    I absolutely loved this book so much so that i read it all in one sitting Of course it had nothing to do with it being set in my native Scotland lol, I found that the characters were very well written and they developed as the story progressed, they were down to earth and believable while at times they were altogether sinister but you end the tale feeling like the events could have actually happened to someone you know.This story takes us on a tour of the world beginning in Scotland and visitin I absolutely loved this book so much so that i read it all in one sitting Of course it had nothing to do with it being set in my native Scotland lol, I found that the characters were very well written and they developed as the story progressed, they were down to earth and believable while at times they were altogether sinister but you end the tale feeling like the events could have actually happened to someone you know.Th...

  2. says:

    Title Repent at LeisureAuthor Stevie TurnerPublisher CreativiaReviewed By Arlena DeanRating FourReview Repent at Leisure by Stevie TurnerMy Thoughts.This read I must say left me on the edge of my seat with this psychological thriller read There were so many of twist and turns the reader simply may not be able figure it out until the very end I am simply not sure who I feltsorrier forPaul or Anita.definitely there was some help needed What happens as someone comes up dead Title Repent at LeisureAuthor Stevie TurnerPublisher CreativiaReviewed By Arlena DeanRating FourReview Repent at Leisure by Stevie TurnerMy Thoughts.This read I must say left me on the edge of my seat with this psychological thriller read There were so many of twist and turns the reader simply may not be able figure it out until the very end I am simply not sure who I feltsorrier forPaul or Anita.definitely there was some help needed What happens as someone comes up dead What happens after Paul and Anita are married Will she start regretting rushing into this marriage due to Paul s strange behavior shifts Will he seek help What will happen after Paul gets in touch with his brother Terry who lived in Australia What secrets will come out from that visit to Australia After they return back home what will happen next between this couple This is where I will stop and say you will have to pick up Repent at Leisure to get all of these questions answered and so muchI will say I was left shaki...

  3. says:

    I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review When Paul McAdam awakens to find an unknown woman in his bed, he regrets his previous night out and is disturbed by the stranger s presence Paul is agitated and wants nothing but to get Catherine Cat Taylor out of his home Despite Paul s irritation, he entertains the strangers company and the two begin an odd relationship in which the woman moves into his flat.Paul regrets going home, staying out late and lying about his w I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review When Paul McAdam awakens to find an unknown woman in his bed, he regrets his previous night out and is disturbed by the stranger s presence Paul is agitated and wants nothing but to get Catherine Cat Taylor out of his home Despite Paul s irritation, he entertains the strangers company and the two begin an odd relationship in which the woman moves into his flat.Paul regrets going home, staying out late and lying about his whereabouts as he tries to avoid being in the woman s presence despite she s li...

  4. says:

    I read Repent at Leisure because the work sounded interesting to me I had no idea what I was in store for, and in no way regret this purchase The novel begins immediately, and continues at a very good pace throughout I do not believe in spoilers, and so will not reveal the whole plot to you I found the work very interesting from the beginning, as the story is told from the first person, through the mind of its lead character, Paul What is interesting is that the book is actually told throug I read Repent at Leisure because the work sounded interesting to me I had no idea what I was in store for, and in no way regret this purchase The novel begins immediately, and continues at a very good pace throughout I do not believe in spoilers, and so will not reveal the whole plot to you I found the work very interesting from the beginning, as the story is told from the first person, through the mind of its lead character, Paul What is interesting is that the book is actually told through two perspectives, changing between Paul and Anita It is brilliantly handled and added such depth to the story The sections are clearly marked, so there is no confusion The two characters are so authentic, from the hot tempered Paul to the innocent and trusting Anita They are masterfully written, so that what begins as a murder mystery moves into a psychological drama The plot was astounding in its simplicity and realism I moved through many emotions with both characters, ready to commit to on...

  5. says:

    Loved the Scottish FlavorI have to say that I am torn as I write this review There were good things, and some not so good things with this book First, it is written in first person present tense I am not a fan of present tense in novels So I had a struggle to get past the tense used However, once I did get beyond it, I began to enjoy the author s word usage For instance, I am American so when someone uses the word pissed , I know it means to be angry or something to do with urination In Loved the Scottish FlavorI have to say that I am torn as I write this review There were good things, and some not so good things with this book First, it is written in first person present tense I am not a fan of present tense in novels So I had a struggle to get past the tense used However, once I did get beyond it, I began to enjoy the author s word usage For instance, I am American so when someone uses the word pissed , I know it means to be angry or something to do with urination In Scotland, where the book takes place, it means to be drunk There were many such differences throughout the book and I savored each one Those differences fascinated me so much that the story whizzed by I also enjoyed going to places in England and Scotland via the novel s story line All that was good but if I am being honest, I am confused and a bit angry at the ending To me, it did not make sense That may be because of the differences between the U.S and Scotland, or not As ...

  6. says:

    There s no better way to recover at home from a broken leg and make the time pass quicker than to read one of Stevie Turner s paperbacks Repent at Leisure is put together in quite a clever way, and the story flits between Paul s point of view and then changes to Anita s I sympathised with Paul trying to deal with ghosts from the past, but then found I was rooting for poor gullible Anita as well and shouting out to her not to get married because her fianc e was a mess.Recommended for fans of co There s no better way to recover at home from a broken leg and make the time pass quicker than to read one of Stevie Turner s paperbacks Repent at Leisure is put together in quite a clever way, and the story flits between Paul s point of view and then changes to Anita s I sympathised with Paul trying to deal with ghosts...

  7. says:

    Just love this book i couldnt put it down and read it in one night.This is the first book ive read by this author but wont be the last loved it

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