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    Wow!

    Brilliant! so many unforseen twists and turns. Best book ive read for ages!
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    A fab read

    How do I review this book where the author Lucy Dawson has twisted me up so badly that everything I know feels a lie. Everything really appears topsy-turvy to me after reading this book as if the pieces I know and the pieces which are shown don't really fit. Have I just been thrown into a rabbit hole by this fascinating author? Nothing could be more brilliant than a plan plotted in seclusion meant to harm the one who caused you pain soon bringing the worst kind of hurt you could ever imagine. This was the longest line written by me in any review. But that's what this book did. A pretzel was what I was, not knowing where I began and where I ended. Charlotte and Tris and their two children - an image of a happy family till Tris began traveling for work. The rigmarole of the routine life got to them when Charlotte's sister revealed the truth. Then Charlotte took action, and a secret was borne which the women in this book could never tell anyone. A plan hatched in the seemingly ennui brain of a writer using someone who looked just like her 20 years younger. Was it wicked or plain stupid? Or was it something more than that? A revenge or a payback? A need to punish infidelity or get back the old unsuspecting life? A question that needed action or laid to rest? The layers in this book made me look at everything with a new set of eyes. What I put together from the pieces of this story told to me in its chapters was so different from the final picture. Had she really done that? That was what kept me hooked onto this story. Innocence was left at the doorstep before I entered into the home and the mind of Charlotte. And I was just struck down breathless and confused when I closed my kindle. Where was I? The beginning or the end?
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    Second half better

    Nothing much happens in the first half of this book and I did not start enjoying it until the second half. Charlotte is an author and is married to Tris, a businessman and it seems as if their marriage is in trouble. They have 2 young children thrown into the mix. Charlotte has a sister, Florence and they seem to argue and cry a lot. I enjoyed the second half of the book so I would give this book 3.5 stars. Thank you NetGalley and Bookouture for the ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review.
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    Entertaining Read

    Don’t Ever Tell by Lucy Dawson is a psychological thriller. First, let me thank NetGalley, the publisher Bookouture, and of course the author, for providing me with a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own. My Synopsis:    (No major reveals, but if concerned, skip to My Opinions) Mia is an actress, struggling to make a go of it. She is rather naïve, rather vulnerable, and has been hurt badly in the past. She hasn’t had a whole lot of luck in her acting career or her love life, but things are looking up. Her new boyfriend Seth is going to help with part of it, and Charlotte with the balance. Charlotte is an author, and has been “relatively” successful. She and her husband Tris have been having a few issues while she tries to find time to write, while still looking after their two small children. Tris is away on business a lot. Charlotte has a plan that will solve more than one of her problems. Mia and Charlotte originally meet at a book signing. Charlotte is stunned when she first sees Mia, who looks so much like she did 20 years ago. Years later, Mia ends up fitting perfectly into her plans, when Charlotte asks a favour of her that could make them both very rich – as long as she doesn’t tell a soul. My Opinions: The story is told from the perspectives of both Mia and Charlotte, and it is done well. There are twists and turns and more than one red herring thrown in. I really liked that the two main characters each had a devoted sister that they leaned on. I liked both of the sisters, especially as there were times Mia and Charlotte both drove me nuts. Mia was a little too needy at times, and Charlotte often didn’t seem to care about anyone. She was fairly cold and self-centered. It is a fast entertaining read, and well worth your time.
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    A fun thriller with a lot of twists!

    DON’T EVER TELL by Lucy Dawson is a book that caught my eye on NetGalley as I’ve been craving more and more thrillers of late. The book follows Charlotte, a wife and mother of two who works from home as a thriller writer. On one level she seems to have her life all sorted out, but behind the scenes her marriage is struggling and Charlotte is struggling to balance out her work and family life. Charlotte’s husband Tris is clearly not fully invested in the marriage and Charlotte is ready to put her thriller writer’s mind to work against him. Charlotte’s narrative is interwoven with that of Mia, a woman who meets Charlotte in a chance encounter at a book festival, but will soon wind up drawn into Charlotte’s world. The prologue opens the book with a traumatic scene and I found my attention was immediately gripped by the story which kept me wondering throughout the book what exactly was going on. The characters are well drawn out, each with their own flaws and their own secrets to keep. This was a very well done thriller and definitely kept me guessing until the end. I thought I had started to see where the narrative was going, but the author threw in some extra twists that I in no way expected. This definitely was the perfect book to satisfy my thriller cravings! If you are a fan of thrillers, I suggest you add DON’T EVER TELL by Lucy Dawson to your summer TBR! I will definitely be seeking out more from @lucydawsonbooks. DON’T EVER TELL by Lucy Dawson is scheduled for release on 6/25/2019. Thank you @netgalley and @bookouture for the advance copy ebook to read and review!
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