Storm and Grace by Kathryn Heyman
Brand new Original Paperback
storm and grace book
Their love knows no limits – but the further you go, the more dangers there are. Love becomes obsession and lust becomes control. A riveting thriller in the tradition of Girl on the Train and Before I Go to Sleep.
… fear swam beneath her, baring its teeth, telling her lies …
World-famous freediver Storm Hisray hits Grace Cain like a bolt from the blue. Instantly smitten, she abandons her life in the city to follow him to his idyllic Pacific island. There he teaches Grace the ways of the deep, and she learns to sink to unimaginable depths on one single breath. As their world narrows to the two of them, she learns, too, the exquisite pleasures of her body – but also that Storm hides as many secrets as the sea.
As he pushes Grace further and further beyond her limits – both in and out of the water – her resistance grows, but so does Storm’s need to control her. With a secret of her own to protect, Grace starts to realise that she is in deeper and more dangerous water than she has ever imagined possible.
Brilliant, mesmerising, incendiary and haunting, Storm and Grace explores the dazzling thrill of the deep, and the terrors that lie in its shadows.
‘Dark, sexy, haunting – this important and timely novel is a masterful dissection of a dazzling, dangerous relationship and Heyman at her most provocative and unputdownable’ Jill Dawson, author of The Crime Writer
‘Heyman has crafted a remarkable novel that compresses and concentrates its power before exploding with a terrible, urgent truth: love and death, the closer they get to the bottom of the ocean, are inseparable. Read it and you will not forget it.’ Malcolm Knox, author of The Wonder Lover
‘… like being submerged in the deep blue: enthralled, dazed, dazzled.’ Emily Maguire, author of An Isolated Incident
‘Thrilling, sensual and unsparing, Storm and Grace taps the deep reservoirs of myth to reveal the secret violence that lurks beneath the everyday.” James Bradley, Pascall Prize winning critic and author of Clade
‘… took my breath away: the poetry of its sentences; the sensory richness of its moments; the depths and turns of its story … beguiling and brutal.’ Ashley Hay, author of The Railwayman’s Wife