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Hi friend! I’m back with another book review today – this time for Who Do You Trust? by Kirsty Ferguson.
Below you’ll find the description of the book provided by the publisher, followed by my personal review and star rating.
I really appreciate you taking the time to read today.
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*Disclaimer : I received a free copy of this ebook for free from NetGalley and Boldwood Books in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own.
A perfect sunny day, a family celebration, a heart-stopping hour that changes everything…
Dana has all she ever wanted – a husband she loves, her four-year-old daughter Kelsey who is the apple of her eye, and another baby on the way to complete her perfect family.
But then the worst fear that Dana has, comes true, and everything she thought she knew, she now starts to doubt. As her world comes crashing around her, who can Dana trust?
Her husband Logan who seems to be getting worryingly close to Dana’s best friend Pippa?
Her new friend Melanie who has a sinister habit of turning up in the strangest places?
Her parents and her sister, who Dana knows are keeping a terrible secret from her?
Matt, who says he’s Dana’s friend, but sometimes she’s not so sure?
Or will Dana discover that it’s a dangerous mistake to trust anyone…
My Review : Who Do You Trust?
I had issues with some aspects of this book. The characters were not particularly likable, and the plot was kind of weird.
When Dana experiences a tragedy that would be unimaginable, her life implodes almost immediately.
Her family doesn’t seem to understand her guilt, her husband won’t let her grieve in her own time and she also learns a shocking revelation that only adds to her distress. And then her husband proves to be even more despicable than originally thought.
Tied through this plot are some very unsavory characters who are great at disguising themselves…or so they think.
I will say that the ending caught me by surprise, but that was about it.
This book is not for me.