by Colleen Hoover
PBR Review: (by- Linda )

This is a dark, twisty, atmospheric book that I couldn't stop reading. There's suspense in all the right places, and I should mention there is a lot of sex. Very detailed graphic sex - if this offends you, skip this one. I had no idea what to expect when I picked up this book; I wasn't too familiar with Colleen Hoover and knew nothing about the plot, only that a friend liked it a lot. But this turned out to be excellent. It's a romantic thriller that unfolds in ways you never expect.

There are two storylines: the first is the present day. The second is Verity's story in the form of an unfinished manuscript. This, for me, is the most compelling part of the book; it's where things quickly become dark and unsettling, and you constantly ask yourself if this is fact or fiction.

And the final plot twist will definitely keep you guessing.

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