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    Pretty good book

    I really enjoyed this novel. Probably not quite as much as The Good Girl, but it was pretty close. There didn't seem to be as much mystery or suspense in this book and maybe I should stop comparing it to this author's first book... Heidi was not a very likable character as the book went on, Willow was just sad. I don't think that I would ever bring a homeless person into my home the way Heidi did, but we kind of get why she did it later on. Wow, hard to write this review without spoilers! Anyway, as I said, I liked this novel and hope this author continues to write... On a side note... There were a lot of spelling and grammar errors in my copy of the ebook. I made notes each time and was surprised when I was finished at how many there were. At times, it interfered with my enjoyment of the book.
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    Pretty baby

    Not as good as Good Girl. I kept waiting for a twist in the story to surprise me but it never happened.
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    One of my faves

    What a mind blowing book! I was hooked from beginning to end. I don't think it's possible to read this book without emotion. There is such heartbreak and tragedy in both Willow and Heidi's pasts. The story is primarily Willow and Heidi's story alternating their narrative as well as Chris's, Heidi's husband. After losing both parents in an accident and separated from her sister, Willow's life becomes a nightmare and stays that way for many years. Her life is all in that house; there is no joy, she has no friends, no family that cares about her other than the secret relationship she has with Matthew. Heidi had visions of a life with many children but life dealt her another hand, she would never have more children than the one daughter, Zoe, that she had. Now Willow is homeless, with her baby and her path crosses with Heidi's more than once and like the stray cat before her, Heidi takes Willow home. That seems somewhat foolhardy, she doesn't know this girl, she doesn't know her past or what she's capable of. Yet, how can being a good person, taking two children off the streets, be a bad thing? Things aren't always what they seem and there is some truth to the statement "no good deed goes unpunished". Chris, while being more sensible and aware, still really made me angry. He's off on business trip after business trip more concerned with making money than what is going on in his house. I hold him partly to blame for what transpired; he's so busy in money making mode with some flirting on the side, to know what's been going on with his wife for many years. And I didn't have a lot of love for Zoe either. I remember twelve, more recently with my kids, and Zoe was especially obnoxious and self centred and had zero respect for her mother. While this book is a thriller, it's not a gory or scary kind of thriller. It's totally engrossing, I had to keep reading to know where it was going and to see what would happen. For me, this book is a solid five star, I can totally see it as a fantastic movie
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    Good book

    This was definitely a page turner. I wasn't too surprised by the ending as it became clear by 3/4 through the book.
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