I love Emily Giffin. And I LOVED Meant to Be. just found the book to be so satisfying and so much fun to read.
Rahki is a spitfire. She's part street kid, part blossoming entrepreneur. She's definitely dealing with some imposter syndrome, but throughout the book she really learns a lot via the school of hard knocks.
The Children on the Hill was an amazing read. Right off the bat it brought all kinds of The Haunting of Hill House and The Drowning Kind vibes.
The Night She Went Missing is a fantastic read with amazing characters and an intriguing mystery at it's core.
The the sickness in The Violence makes our current pandemic look like a cake-walk. But it's a fun (albeit gruesome at times) look into the what-ifs.