Her Perfect Secret by T.J. Brearton
Received from NetGalley on 24/11/2021
My review of Her Perfect Secret by T.J. Brearton
I kept wanting to skip pages to see what would happen.
Not really sure if that’s a good thing or a bad thing.
Couldn’t warm to any of the characters, didn’t really believe in any of them but was keen to know how it ended and it did keep me reading well in to the night.
I’ve read other books by T.J. Brearton and will definitely read more, but would only consider this one average.
Reviewed by Terry Simmonds
DISCOVER A GRIPPING PSYCHOLOGICAL THRILLER FROM THE BESTSELLING AUTHOR OF GONE.
Tom. The boy whose mother I helped put in prison for life.
I recognize the sharp nose and flare to the nostrils. His thick eyebrows and defined cheekbones. But mostly it’s the eyes. Sea green.
But my daughter, Joni, keeps calling him Michael. And they’re here at the lake house telling us they’re getting married.
It can’t be him. But even if it is, what can I say? Suddenly I’m thrust back fifteen years, looking through photos of a violent and bloody crime scene.
I can’t be sure.
We haven’t been the perfect family. Joni went through a rebellious phase. Her dad had an affair. But we got through it together. I will do anything to protect us, to protect the life we’ve fought for.
Her Perfect Secret
Mystery & Thrillers
Pub Date 16th December 2021
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