Two women; two different worlds.
Emma is a struggling mother who has put everything on hold.
Nina is sophisticated and independent – entirely in control.
When the pair meet, Nina generously draws Emma into her life. But this isn’t the first time the women’s paths have crossed. Nina remembers Emma and she remembers what Emma did.
But what exactly does Nina want from her?
And how far will she go in pursuit of it?
I had been recommended this by lady who works in the know of books etc after I read you last year so I was eager to check this out .
I managed to get it with a giftcard I got for Christmas and isn’t the cover enticing.
This book had all the right elements of a good psychological thriller but didn’t tick enough boxes for me especially after reading a lot of great thrillers coming out this month .
It is very chilling and disturbing and all throughout your thinking why?
We know theres something that’s happened in the past but we don’t find out till right at the end which felt like it was dragged out and even then it was a let down .
It was great to have the dual narrative but found it confusing and wondered why the same event was retold in each narrative ?
I did really feel for emma and found nina disturbing but its not the best of its kind .
The ending was a huge disappointment to and I felt cheated and wondered where the rest of the book was.