Book Review – Chameleon Games by June V. Bourgo

Chameleon Games by June V. Bourgo

My rating: 5 of 5 stars


Chameleon Games is the second book in The Crossing Trilogy. The story follows Chelsea Grey, a 40-year-old woman who spent the last 20 years imprisoned in her neighbour’s basement. Nine months after her freedom, she is struggling with building relationships and trust. She lives with her mother and is also trying to build a bond with her daughter, Sydney, who was only a year old when she was abducted. The problem is, everyone treats Chelsea like she’s a victim. Chelsea makes a bold move to live on her own in a secluded area. Hoping the separation will allow her to know herself, figure out what she wants, and learn to trust again.

I really enjoyed this second book of The Crossing Trilogy. The story is well-written and it’s easy to like the characters in this book. Except for the villains, and there are a few. There are moments that brought a smile to my face and tears to my eyes. Not to mention a few action-packed and tense sections. The story kept me involved, and I looked forward to reading it every day. This was truly an enjoyable read.




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