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  • If you enjoyed The Act on Netflix, you might like

    People have a fascination with Munchausen Syndrome proxy. How could a person do such a thing to someone that they love. To make someone else sick just so you can have other people give you sympathy and tell you what a wonderful person you are for taking care of another person. Last year when The Act premiered, I had a lot of friends who watched and really enjoyed it. I still haven’t watched it, but when Darling Rose Gold began showing up all over social media, I decided to give it a read. First off, that title. What a fabulous marketing idea. People had The Act, a true story about Gypsy Rose and DeeDee Blanchard, still on their minds. So if they enjoyed that show and they came across Darling Rose Gold, there was a really good chance that they would pick it up. The story itself was very engaging. Although I knew Rose was trying to get back at her mother, Patty, after a five year prison sentence, I didn’t see all the twists coming. And I really enjoyed how Stephanie Wrobel wrote the scenes of rage and showed how unstable both of the main characters could be. Although some of the scenarios that Rose came up with were kind of far fetched, it was still an enjoyable read. And the way that Wrobel slowly revealed both of the women’s secrets was done exceptionally well. Even when the last page was finished and I was thinking about all the horrible things Rose did, I still felt some sympathy for her. If you are fascinated by Munchausen Syndrome stories or enjoy reading about twisted mother and daughter relationships, you should definitely give Darling Rose Gold a read.

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  • Darling Rose Gold

    Darling Rose Gold is the debut novel by Stephanie Wrobel. Ms Wrobel takes the reader between the two main character and back and forth in time. It's difficult to say much about Darling Rose Gold as I do not want to give anything away. This story is definitely worth a read. I want to thank Net Galley and Berkley Group for an early copy to review.

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