Shay is a bit of a loner who just doesn’t quite fit in, so when she witnesses a suicide, she becomes obsessed with the woman’s death. Little does she know that her life, already a bit in shambles, is about to get worse. Enter the Moore sisters, they seem perfect to Shay, and she liked having a pair of sophisticated friends who do so much for her. But she’ll soon see that their kindness doesn’t come free.
I’ve read the duo’s other two books and absolutely adored them, so of course, I jumped at the chance to read this as well, and they did not disappoint. There is only so much I can say about the book without spoiling it, so I’m going to do a bit of gushing and not much else. There is an air of mystery here, what seems to be going on isn’t quite what Shay perceives it to be. The plot is slowly revealed to us over time to piece together a fantastic story of the lengths some people will go to, to delude themselves into thinking that what they’re doing is the right thing. And of course, I need to mention the length at which Shay keeps herself oblivious to something that is clearly too good to be true.
A fantastic plot that keeps you flipping pages, desperate to piece everything together and find out what’s really at play. Forcing myself to put this down to go to bed was a near Herculean task. Another home run from St. Martin’s, thank you for sending this one along!