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    Will keep you on the edge of your seat!!!

    This is one wild trip into the mind of madness!!! Louisa and James have struggled to have a child. Finally, with the help of a fertility specialist they conceive and Louisa gives birth. Within hours of the blissful event, she begins to spiral into fear and terror. Someone is set to torment her and with a past history of mental illness she is a prime candidate to fall victim to their evil machinations. Trying to explain her concerns to her husband seems to only highlight the instability she is living in. Everywhere she turns and every step she takes to either reveal what is happening or stop its continuation proves to be futile and throws her deeper into the pit of despair and helplessness. This book pulled me in immediately. As Louisa maniacally accuses first one and then another of her closest friends as being the instigator of her present hell, I suffered along with her. The further she fell into insanity the further I fell as well. This was well written and never felt weighted down with unnecessary information or introspection that did not move the story forward. The characters were all well developed and fulfilled their roles in a believable manner. I did struggle a bit with James as his reaction often lacked compassion and care. I longed to feel a deeper connection between him and Louisa. While I was captivated by this story, I hated the ending. Hated it. I’m pretty sure when it comes to psychological thrillers I am in the minority regarding this issue. But, there’s no denying my jam is romance all the way. The only thing that could ever make me forgive the end is if there were another book released that picked up at the end of this one. I’d be all over that in a heartbeat. There were several questions or details that I felt had not been addressed and that were left open ended which added to my disgruntlement over the ending as well. Overall, I loved the story just not the conclusion. I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book provided by NetGalley and HQ Digital. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Multi POV – a few times it was confusing but generally easy to follow Safe – Not really applicable as this is not a romance Possible triggers – mental health issues; suicide; miscarriage; fertility issues
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    A mother's sacrifice

    Absolutely frightening. This book is not for the faint hearted. The multitude of twists and turns keeps you on the edge. Forget doing anything but reading this book because you won't be able to put it down. I am still gasping over the ending. Enjoy.
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    A Mother's Sacrifice

    Good book with colourful characters. Definitely surprised at the ending as the villain was a total shocker.
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    A Mother’s Sacrifice

    Excellent reading. Highly recommend this book. Kept me interested to the very end.

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