love gone madReviewed by Amanda Farmer

I found Love Gone Mad to be one of the best psychological suspense thrillers that I’ve read this year. I highly recommend this one to everyone.

Love Gone Mad is a story of two men loving one woman and their drive to have and keep her. We are introduced to Adrian Douglas (cardiac surgeon) and Megan Haggarty (Registered Nurse). They meet at the hospital they both work at and hit it off immediately. Their relationship seems to be heading in the right direction until they both become the target of a crafty and wily stalker who demands revenge for their betrayal. The reader soon learns that the stalker is Megan’s jealous controlling ex-husband. Conrad is bent on exacting revenge; in his mind Megan’s actions signify the ultimate betrayal. Adrian and Megan’s lives are about to change, and you will have to read the story to find out whether it will be for better or for worse.

The story was well written and kept me on the edge of my seat. Love Gone Mad is guaranteed to keep your attention all the way to the end. I loved how the characters were flawed and portrayed at their best and their worst. Love Gone Mad is not a fairy tale; there are plenty of dark moments and examples of how people’s minds work. It was easy to see that Mr. Rubinstein has a background in the medical field. That said, the book was not overrun with medical jargon. Mr. Rubinstein does an excellent job of portraying love as a form of madness. Both Adrian and Conrad acted out of love and although Conrad’s version was twisted, it was still his love for Megan that inspired his actions.

I found this story to be chilling due to the fact that human nature can be the scariest of all – no blood and gore necessary. I will be looking for more books by Mr. Rubinstein.

Rating: ★★★★★ 

Amanda loves spending time at home with her husband and their dog, Oreo. She loves reading, playing puzzle games, beading and watching movies. When she’s not reading, she’s working on her Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing.

Review copy was provided free of any obligation by Media Muscle. No monetary or any other form of compensation was received.