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  • What is a Best friend?

    The words, “Best Friends Forever” really gives you a sense of a lifelong friendship that has endure struggles and challenges and that one special person having your back. But what if your friendship was not like that? What if your friends was long driven by manipulation and control? What if you did not see a way out of this relationship? What if you were not really sure you wanted out? For so long your best friend was all you had, and the thought of not having her was just as hard as maintaining the relationship. Anna was a perfect wife, mother, and had found success in her job. But when she ends up dead, will Vicky keep her secrets? Will Vicky step in to help David cope with not having Anna anymore? Will Vicky be able to provide comfort to Anna’s 2 children? David struggling with his grief needs to find out what really happened to Anna. All the questions lead to Vicky and he wants answers. What will Vicky do? She could tell David the truth and crush him or she could take her and Anna’s secrets to grave. This was an interesting story that kept you guess to the very end. I was thankful to receive and advanced copy to read and I enjoyed the story.

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  • Worth Your Time!

    Solid suspenser about a lifelong and very toxic friendship and the ensuing fallout. Well paced and held my interest all the way though. The writer's easy style made it quick to read yet not be confused about all the characters introduced.

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  • A Must Read Thriller

    WOW! Great Thriller! Vicky's mom dies when she is a teen and her and her dad go to live with her Nan. Her dad starts drinking heavily, and eventually he begins to abuse her. She has low self esteem, is a little heavy, and not very out going. On Vicky's first day of school she meets Anna. Anna is everything Vicky is not. Rich, spoiled, manipulative, beautiful, and controlling. The two become Best Friends. As years go by, the friendship becomes intense, described as even toxic. Anna's cruel need to be the center of attention, and Vicky's meek ways lead to many a situation that Anna thrives on and Vicky hates. Fast forward to the present, and Anna is married with two children, Vicky the doting aunt. When a tragic accident happens, Vicky is left to help David and the kids pick up the pieces. Thus where the story starts to really unfold. Secrets are revealed, lies uncovered, and things spiral out of control. The story is written with glimpses of the past intertwined with the present to develop the plot and intensify the relationship of Vicky and Anna. This is a must read for any lover of a good psychological thriller. I received an advance copy of this book in exchange for my honest review.

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  • How far would you go to protect your Best Friend?

    Vicky and Anna were best friends. They shared everything with each other, things that were big secrets that no one but them could know. They were both only children, but other than that, they were complete opposites. Anna lived in an upscale neighborhood and her parents doted on her. Vicky, whose mom had passed away, lived with her Dad and grandma in a poor neighborhood. Anna was definitely the "leader" in the relationship, Vicky was more quiet and reserved and she followed Anna's lead, without question. At times that Vicky would question Anna's action, Anna would manipulate Vicky by threatening to reveal "the secret". Anna was trim and slender with more clothes than she could ever wear, married to a successful man, had two beautiful children, and an exciting career. Vicky lived in a small flat, worked at a failing business and had a history of one night stands. Vicky loved, yet hated Anna and she knew the "real Anna" that others would have been shocked by. Anna had a need to control Vicky and needed to have someone to blame if one of her schemes went wrong. After Anna was killed in an accident, Vicky offered to move in and help Anna's husband, David, with the children. As David's grief begins to heal, questions begin forming in his mind about Anna and Vicky, and their relationship, about the secrets they shared. As things come to light you realize the love/hate relationship, the control/abuse cycle, the truth/lie cycle, the manipulation/abandon factors, the good and bad, and how powerful and overwhelming some relationships can become. Thank-you to Netgalley, Aria Books and Dawn Goodwin for an ARC in exchange for a honest review.

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  • A Labyrinth of Secrets and Lies!

    Twists and turns, a little bit creepy - this is a cracking read! Anna is dead. Her husband, their children and her best friend are devastated. But what really happened? That's what we're here to find out but, trust me, it's not that straightforward. Following the lives of husband David, both children as well as best friend Vicky, we discover a labyrinth of secrets and lies - which to believe? This is a beautifully structured story, reeling the reader in to understand and sympathise with the main character's plight. She spins a wonderful tale, and I was drawn in from the word go. But how did Anna die? No-one seems to know the full story, but as we travel back to when she and Vicky first met at school, we discover so much about both of them, but it's clear there is something we don't know. As the book unfolds, there is some very clever writing turning us first one way and then another but I had no idea exactly where it was all leading until it was spelled out clearly in the last few pages. Wow, what a read! Masterfully told and riveting throughout, this is absolutely a five star read, and a sparkling one at that.

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