Heaberlin has written some strong female characters who are running from something but still have strength to stand up for what is important no matter the cost, and no matter what anyone thinks.
I didn't just read this book, I fed on it and consumed it. Which sounds super disturbing. But it was so good.
It definitely brings You to mind, minus adorable Joe (is it unhealthy to think a serial killer is cute?).
Well, I turned 40. It happened. And it doesn't feel THAT bad. It actually feels strikingly similar to 39. Although the older I get, the more I question exactly how hard I should work to lose that last 5 or 10 lbs. And I wonder if maybe there is happiness in just not caring and... Continue Reading →
If you want to magically whisked away to France in your isolation, check The Safe Place out. It might even make you feel fortunate for your situation. #netgalley #thesafeplace
Throughout the book, we switch between the present day rape of K and the 25-year-old cold case possible murder of Jenny Stills.
The Last Wife acts as a cautionary tale of what happens when you actually get what you want. #netgalley #thelastwife
Playing Nice reminded me a little of a Jodi Picoult book, in that there is a legal battle that everyone is going through. But of course, Picoult would be slightly less sinister domestic thriller and more family drama. #netgalley #playingnice