As we follow the couple through their day, we realized that while they both have separate concerns, they are both on a crash collision course with events that will forever change everything about their lives.
Alexa seems to be working hard to live with and maybe even ultimately overcome her multiple personality disorder.
I'd recommend Too Good to Be True to fans of Sarah Pekkanen and Greer Hendrick's collaborations, and Lisa Jewell fans.
Audrey has just the perfect amount of faults to make her even more relatable and adorable to her thousands of followers - and one totally psycho stalker.
Shepard brings the same type of dark intrigue, mystery and deception to Reputation as she did to her famous Pretty Little Liars series.
If you liked Stand By Me, or IT, or just plain have nostalgia for the days when we would tell scary stories around a campfire--or a well in the backyard, check this one out.
You must check this one out, it's fabulous and Megan Goldin has skyrocketed to the top of my author's to watch list.
Michelle Campbell has found a very secure place on my list of authors who release a book a year and the book is never a disappointment. Last year I reviewed She Was the Quiet One and I really loved it. It capitalized on two notoriously creepy things--twins and boarding school. This year, she is releasing... Continue Reading →