I recently read The Stillwater Girls and thought I would read some more of Kent’s work. The thing we know most about social media is that not everything is as it appears. People only tend to share the good parts. Those good parts are what lead Autumn to everything she does and gives us The Memory Watcher. Told in alternating viewpoints from Autumn and Daphne, we get to see the truth revealed from both standpoints.
While it’s hard to connect with the characters, it makes reading this even more compelling. If I didn’t love anything, it was the ending. But once I started reading, it was really hard to put down because you want to get to the bottom of their secrets. Everything from the creepy daughter to the twisty elements makes for a super fun read.
The Memory Watcher is available on Amazon for $4.99, it’s enrolled in KU.
About the Book:
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When Autumn Carpenter stumbles upon the social media account of the family who adopted her infant daughter years ago, she finds herself instantly drawn into their picture-perfect existence.
From behind a computer screen, Autumn watches Grace’s every memory, from birthdays to holidays to bedtime snuggles. But what starts as an innocent fascination soon spirals into an addictive obsession that comes to a screeching halt the day the McMullen family closes their Instaface account without so much as a warning.
Frantic and desperate to reconnect with her daughter, Autumn applies for a nanny position with the McMullens, manipulating herself into Grace’s life under false pretenses. And it’s only then that Autumn discovers pictures lie, the perfect family doesn’t exist, and beautiful people? They have the ugliest secrets.