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    solid story

    When Clara's husband Nick dies in a car accident with his daughter sitting in he kiddie seat, she has to face a life alone. She can't stop thinking that there is something wrong with how the accident played out. And when little Maisie starts talking about a bad man, Clara is sure that was murder and not a simple accident that killed Nick. But when everything is put on the table, Clara has to ask herself: Was it worth the pain and fear? I liked how the story was alternating between Clara (now) and Nick (past). Seeing how painful life had become for Nick and how he tried everything to find a way to turn things around and make everything okay. I had some issues with Clara. She was really annoying and I wanted to shake some sense into her. Her faith in her husband wasn't very strong and every person she met was a possible murder suspect. I thought she was loosing her mind and that she will end up in prison for all the law breaking. Even if there isn't any blood and gory I found the book very entertaining. Throughout the whole book I wasn't sure, what would turn out to be true. There where a lot of possibilities to Nick's death: murder, accident, suicide. And when I found out, it was heartbreaking. And yes, I cried. I chose to read this book and all opinions in this review are my own and completely unbiased. Thanks to NetGalley and Harlequin!
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    Every Last Lie

    This was a good read. Nothing earth shattering and a little weak at times, but overall a quick, satisfying read.
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    Every LastLie

    Well written and an excellent plot. Very sad story. The book was hard to put down at night. Thank you.
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    Ever last lie

    She should have done her research as to what a dental hygienist is and her duties in a dental office. Not accurate at all!
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    Very disappointing

    I had high hopes for this book but unfortunately the author didn't deliver. The ending was an let down that didn't close the novel at all. It leaves lots of questions and disappointment.
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