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If only she'd said no... Katherine knew she’d had too many drinks, but they were only going a short distance. And as Eve pointed out, it was late, there was no traffic anyway... Now, Katherine would do anything to turn back the clock. If anyone ever found out about the accident, it would ruin Katherine’s life. But no one needs to know because Eve was there too, and she If only she'd said no... Katherine knew she’d had too many drinks, but they were only going a short distance. And as Eve pointed out, it was late, there was no traffic anyway... Now, Katherine would do anything to turn back the clock. If anyone ever found out about the accident, it would ruin Katherine’s life. But no one needs to know because Eve was there too, and she’s going to help make it all go away. Except something's not quite right with Eve, and by the time Katherine realizes that… It's too late.


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If only she'd said no... Katherine knew she’d had too many drinks, but they were only going a short distance. And as Eve pointed out, it was late, there was no traffic anyway... Now, Katherine would do anything to turn back the clock. If anyone ever found out about the accident, it would ruin Katherine’s life. But no one needs to know because Eve was there too, and she If only she'd said no... Katherine knew she’d had too many drinks, but they were only going a short distance. And as Eve pointed out, it was late, there was no traffic anyway... Now, Katherine would do anything to turn back the clock. If anyone ever found out about the accident, it would ruin Katherine’s life. But no one needs to know because Eve was there too, and she’s going to help make it all go away. Except something's not quite right with Eve, and by the time Katherine realizes that… It's too late.

30 review for The Accident

  1. 5 out of 5

    Kari

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I'm sorry. I know this book got a lot of 4 and 5 star reviews, but I just didn't like it. The main character has to be the MOST gullible person alive. For all of her self-proclaimed genius, she is ridiculously stupid. The majority of this book would be obsolete if she just utilized google one damn time. It just wasn't believable to me. She researches things and creates probabilities and trusts her gut for her job - and if we are to believe her own hype, she is damn good at it. But she blindly be I'm sorry. I know this book got a lot of 4 and 5 star reviews, but I just didn't like it. The main character has to be the MOST gullible person alive. For all of her self-proclaimed genius, she is ridiculously stupid. The majority of this book would be obsolete if she just utilized google one damn time. It just wasn't believable to me. She researches things and creates probabilities and trusts her gut for her job - and if we are to believe her own hype, she is damn good at it. But she blindly believes everything and everyone around her without even so much as a simple google search or a few questions. Okay - fool me once, I can get. But once she realized she has been lied to by at least two "important" people in her life, you'd think she's start to be a bit more skeptical... I found her unlikable and unrealistic. Furthermore, I guessed the major "twists" by the second sentence of the book. By the end of chapter 2 - I could have written the plot myself. Maybe this is because I read A LOT and teach writing and fiction for my job, so I understand the tropes of writing, but I was not "blown away" by the amazing twists as so many other critics and readers seemed to be. Once the blackmail started, the entire middle of the book dragged on and on - it was super repetitive. We get it, she's being blackmailed. Uncle Bill is a pretty influential guy apparently. Forgive the hyperbole, but I don't need 12 chapters to establish this. I skimmed the majority of the middle and didn't lose any plot points or character development that I could tell. The ending picked up again as Kat was finally starting to get her head out of her ass and figure out what I knew from the second sentence. But then, the author just had to throw 47 other unnecessary "twists" into the story. Most of them I saw coming, the other ones were entirely unnecessary and I felt like her thought process was "a twist is just the opposite of what I've already written". This does work in small doses, but all it did here was make her protagonist look like a complete and total fool. And what the hell was the point about her aunt and uncle. Another unnecessary plot point that really didn't end up meaning anything or adding to the story in any way. It didn't make the character sympathetic or any more likable. It actually had the opposite effect - why would she be so wracked with guilt and remorse of supposedly leaving someone to die when clearly she has no qualms about killing someone? It didn't fit with her character AT.ALL. And then it just ended. I would have loved much less of the whining and poor is me and I'm gonna call my uncle, Kat from the middle and a little more detail and time spent on the ending. Sorry - not my cup of tea - at all.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Kimberly Dawn

    This new book proved to be a surprisingly good thriller! Katherine, aka Kat, is set up by Eve, who later is found to be a sociopathic con artist who manipulates and schemes her way into wealthy women’s lives. She sets them up for ruin in various ways. Towards the end of the book I was feeling absolutely frantic and was rooting for Katherine to get out of Eve’s clutches. I loved it and want to read more of this author’s books.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Mandy White (mandylovestoread)

    I love Natalie Barelli books.. this one was so good!! Nothing is what is seems. The Accident was the least of her problems! Great ending!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Pat (not getting friend updates currently)

    2.75 stars. Arghh when I started this I thought "oh no, how predictable, I know what's going to happen here." And it did. So I was ready to DNF but soldiered on and then things started to get more interesting, but still predictable in a different way. So it was an okay read but that's about it. Quick and light and moderately satisfying. 2.75 stars. Arghh when I started this I thought "oh no, how predictable, I know what's going to happen here." And it did. So I was ready to DNF but soldiered on and then things started to get more interesting, but still predictable in a different way. So it was an okay read but that's about it. Quick and light and moderately satisfying.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Lyn❤Loves❤Listening #AUDIOBOOKADDICT

    Audio 4 Stars Story 4.5 Stars

  6. 4 out of 5

    NILTON TEIXEIRA

    Rounded to 3stars. What I find mind blowing is the fact that this book received so many 5 stars rating. This book is so predictable and not a bit original. The storyline is far-fetched. The writing is not bad, although sometimes a bit juvenile. It is hard to except some depth in a book so small (272 pages with 50 chapters). A fast read for sure, but forgettable.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Nour

    0 stars. Twilight was better than this. Wattpad books and fanfiction were better than this. I hate this with every fibre of my being. 0 stars.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Paige Shelton

    Well. Predictable - yes, and even a little frustrating during the first part. I wanted to shake the MC. But ultimately I loved it. Psychopaths are scary things.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Jessica Williams

    I started this book late last night stayed up til 1am because I couldn’t put it down it was so good! Finished it in less than 24 hours. Definitely a great thriller that captures you right away. If you start this book you may not want to put it down until you’re done. Can’t wait to check out Natalie’s other books!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Miriam

    4 stars audio 5 revenge done right stars story.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Jodi VanMeter

    I have officially become a Natalie Barelli fan!! This is my second book I’ve read and wow!! I couldn’t put this one down!! I did have a few issues with Katherine....she got just a tad annoying at times....and Eve was just over the top....which is why I think this would make a killer movie!! I’ve been slow starting this year with my reading and haven’t had much time....I’ve pulled this book out while sitting at the bank drive thru! And although the two main characters I wanted to slap....still gi I have officially become a Natalie Barelli fan!! This is my second book I’ve read and wow!! I couldn’t put this one down!! I did have a few issues with Katherine....she got just a tad annoying at times....and Eve was just over the top....which is why I think this would make a killer movie!! I’ve been slow starting this year with my reading and haven’t had much time....I’ve pulled this book out while sitting at the bank drive thru! And although the two main characters I wanted to slap....still giving 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟/5!!

  12. 4 out of 5

    Amy

    OMG. A formulaic book read in a child like voice in an edition (audio book) not even listed on good reads. This book should come with a warning: not for anyone over a certain age or who has read a certain number of books. So many red flags starting with a protagonist who cant stop saying how brilliant she is and how clever and how everyone said so including her married boss she is having an affair with (who ofcourse is going to divorce his wife, not). Her mother is in an assisted living and sort OMG. A formulaic book read in a child like voice in an edition (audio book) not even listed on good reads. This book should come with a warning: not for anyone over a certain age or who has read a certain number of books. So many red flags starting with a protagonist who cant stop saying how brilliant she is and how clever and how everyone said so including her married boss she is having an affair with (who ofcourse is going to divorce his wife, not). Her mother is in an assisted living and sort of chokes on a bit of food (this gives the narrator an oppty to imitate what sounds like a Polish accent but we are told is Scottish. Why the woman is told her mother almost choked but didn't is beyond me but this is the set up for her to meet Eve who has every women's fiction sociopathic trait. The brilliant main character gets her a job for almost saving her mother then parties with her and allows this young woman to convince her she can drive drunk and on and on. The whole book is a spoiler. Its painful reading or listening. You know where its going , one misstep at a time.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Linda Smith

    I can't even finish this book. Maybe if I hadn't listened to the audio version. The narrator made this banal book even worse. This book is like a Lifetime movie, a brilliant but stupid protagonist, overly kind Villian, obvious plot. The author let me down on this one. I can't even finish this book. Maybe if I hadn't listened to the audio version. The narrator made this banal book even worse. This book is like a Lifetime movie, a brilliant but stupid protagonist, overly kind Villian, obvious plot. The author let me down on this one.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Carol Fix

    The main character is a gullible weakling and her nemesis is a total dipsh*t. The story was improbable and predictable.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Kat

    Very well written but omg I HATED Kat. This book is what I like to call the “A-hole plot” as in there wouldn’t be a plot if the main character wasn’t a complete A-hole. I enjoyed the book though, it was a little painful but the writing was good.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Tal

    After the initial shocking event, everything is very very predictable.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Aimee

    OH MY GOD!!! This is the first book by this author for me. Although there were points where I wanted to grab and shake Katherine, horrified by her not standing up for herself as her life rapidly was taken from her by the the personification of straight up EVIL (aka Eve) and while she was allowing herself to let Mark play her, I stuck with the book as I was able to understand that some people aren’t able to do that and this wasn’t a bad thing, it just meant that not everyone is like me...which is OH MY GOD!!! This is the first book by this author for me. Although there were points where I wanted to grab and shake Katherine, horrified by her not standing up for herself as her life rapidly was taken from her by the the personification of straight up EVIL (aka Eve) and while she was allowing herself to let Mark play her, I stuck with the book as I was able to understand that some people aren’t able to do that and this wasn’t a bad thing, it just meant that not everyone is like me...which is a REALLY good thing. I can say that the world wouldn’t make it if we were so much alike as all that. I can also admit that too many headstrong and stubborn people wouldn’t be such a grand place to live. But I digress. This book kept me on pins and needles, something that hasn’t happened for awhile. I went from annoyance at Katherine allowing herself to be kicked around to understanding what made her that way and why. There were things I didn’t see coming and then there were things obvious to me but she seemed oblivious. Blinder than a deaf bat! Overall, the part about the conception of Lucy was good because these social issues make the characters more realistic and relatable. The ending...Woah! Didn’t see that coming, well, partially. Elements of the ending were somewhat predictable and others weren’t. The twists were there and the excitement. That the author keeping me guessing was a total bonus.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Michael David

    Natalie Barelli is quickly becoming one of my favorite authors! Great twists as usual!

  19. 4 out of 5

    Natasha

    This book was almost impossible to put down! The story seems to unfold quickly, but then there are several surprising twists and once they start, they take it to the end. Katherine is a wonderful character and has so many human flaws and behaviors that are easy to understand and relate to - but also goes pretty far in a number of ways that make you question "what would I do?" I would recommend this book to anyone who likes a fast-paced psychological novel, much like Better or Worse by Margot Hunt This book was almost impossible to put down! The story seems to unfold quickly, but then there are several surprising twists and once they start, they take it to the end. Katherine is a wonderful character and has so many human flaws and behaviors that are easy to understand and relate to - but also goes pretty far in a number of ways that make you question "what would I do?" I would recommend this book to anyone who likes a fast-paced psychological novel, much like Better or Worse by Margot Hunt or Still Lives by Maria Hummel. I will trigger warn about violence against children, and that violence happens off the page, so it is not descriptive and it is only mentioned a couple of times.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Kestley

    It's like a car accident (forgive the pun) you can't look away! I wasn't sure what to expect with this book. The description doesn't give much away. I was intrigued from the start, wondering what Eve was, especially when the description left out what Katherine discovered before saying, "by the time she found out, it was too late." As the story progressed, I was amazed by Eve's actions and I read patiently until her motives were revealed. I kept wondering what I would do in Katherine's position, ho It's like a car accident (forgive the pun) you can't look away! I wasn't sure what to expect with this book. The description doesn't give much away. I was intrigued from the start, wondering what Eve was, especially when the description left out what Katherine discovered before saying, "by the time she found out, it was too late." As the story progressed, I was amazed by Eve's actions and I read patiently until her motives were revealed. I kept wondering what I would do in Katherine's position, however, there were so many variables, I couldn't begin to imagine. I felt so sorry for Katherine and everything she was subjected to. For a time, I thought Katherine was weak and it was easy to think that until you put yourself in her position. That's when I realized what a strong woman she was. I think I would have reacted much worse. If you think she was weak, I can honestly say I think she was brave. I would have lost myself even more than Katherine did. I'm afraid of saying too much more because I don't want to give the story away. You'll just have to read it yourself! The reason I gave it four stars is because I reserve five stars for truly amazing books, in fact, I reserve them for my favorites. That being said, this is not a story to miss and I highly recommend anyone who comes across it to read it. It's definitely a page turner!

  21. 5 out of 5

    Kristal

    Very predictable! Katherine was dumb and Eve was evil. Honestly, the story didn’t feel realistic. Can someone really be that dumb? Can someone not have a backbone AT ALL. Well, that’s Kat for you. The only reason I finished this book was to prove that my prediction was wrong. 11 chapters in, I figured it all out. There was no excitement or twists in this book. It was predictable from the very beginning. Yes, this was an audiobook “read” for me, but I’m pretty sure I would feel the same if I had re Very predictable! Katherine was dumb and Eve was evil. Honestly, the story didn’t feel realistic. Can someone really be that dumb? Can someone not have a backbone AT ALL. Well, that’s Kat for you. The only reason I finished this book was to prove that my prediction was wrong. 11 chapters in, I figured it all out. There was no excitement or twists in this book. It was predictable from the very beginning. Yes, this was an audiobook “read” for me, but I’m pretty sure I would feel the same if I had read the physical copy. I would not recommend.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Debbie Oxier

    I had mixed emotions when I finished this book. First, let me say the author did a good job with the suspense. I was guessing all kinds of endings and was taken by surprise at how everything finally played out. However, by the time I got to the end I was ready to stop reading. Katherine was a smart woman. She had resources. Yet not once did she consider trying to beat Eve at her own game. Not until the very end did she grow a backbone. There were several things I thought she could have done to h I had mixed emotions when I finished this book. First, let me say the author did a good job with the suspense. I was guessing all kinds of endings and was taken by surprise at how everything finally played out. However, by the time I got to the end I was ready to stop reading. Katherine was a smart woman. She had resources. Yet not once did she consider trying to beat Eve at her own game. Not until the very end did she grow a backbone. There were several things I thought she could have done to help herself before that. It kind of slowed things down for me and I did skip a few paragraphs to get to the end.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Lindsay Nixon

    This was okay. The word "passable" comes to mind. After devouring Missing Molly, I looked for other books by Barelli and was excited to find this. It started off strong, then when it started to become "single white female" I almost quit. I probably should have. While it keeps a fast pace and offered several surprises through out (what kept me from DNF'ing), I am not "loving it" or satisfied. The ending felt a little flat...shallow. The whole story felt too obvious --- maybe I just don't dig the This was okay. The word "passable" comes to mind. After devouring Missing Molly, I looked for other books by Barelli and was excited to find this. It started off strong, then when it started to become "single white female" I almost quit. I probably should have. While it keeps a fast pace and offered several surprises through out (what kept me from DNF'ing), I am not "loving it" or satisfied. The ending felt a little flat...shallow. The whole story felt too obvious --- maybe I just don't dig the single white female storyline. SUMMARY: Eve saves Katherine's elderly mother from choking. Grateful, Katherine takes Eve out for a drink. Upon learning Eve has no job, Katherine hires her as her assistant. Eve also moves into Katherine's rental property. Shortly thereafter, the two pals go drinking and and an accident happens. Eve starts using this as leverage over Katherine. Katherine slowly loses everything to Eve---her job, her boyfriend, her daughter, and soon, her home. As Katherine hits bottom and considers turning herself in, she has a dream where she (Katherine) becomes the blackmailer. With new hope Katherine breaks into Eve's home to find a secret or skeleton Eve is hiding (and she does). Unfortunately, what she learns would be difficult to prove / take to the police without more evidence... and so begins Katherine's attempt to get justice/revenge/balance the scales. Katherine's investigation leads to more surprises. (Basically, it's black widow meets SWF). bottom line: It's fine. If you're stuck on a plane, you could do a lot worse... you could also do a lot better.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Peter

    As you can probably tell by the rating, this book wasn't for me. I want to say that the target market for this type of book will enjoy it though, but to be honest, I can't really see what anyone finds enjoyable here. The plot is predictable and the few 'twists' are only possible thanks to exceptional stupidity and coincidence. The protagonist is a whiny, naive, annoying moron who tries to keep assuring us that she's actually really smart. The antagonist is somehow even more annoying, so you can' As you can probably tell by the rating, this book wasn't for me. I want to say that the target market for this type of book will enjoy it though, but to be honest, I can't really see what anyone finds enjoyable here. The plot is predictable and the few 'twists' are only possible thanks to exceptional stupidity and coincidence. The protagonist is a whiny, naive, annoying moron who tries to keep assuring us that she's actually really smart. The antagonist is somehow even more annoying, so you can't even root for her instead. Maybe it's the basic writing and short length that lends itself to a quick read where you can simply let go of reality and quietly judge the characters to your heart's content? There's really not much else to say about this book. You really have to be prepared to turn off your brain and not think about how utterly stupid everyone involved has to be in order for any of the events to happen. Maybe if this was set in the late 90s, where there was no Google or Uber, things might have been more plausible, but in this modern context, it's simply ridiculous. But maybe you're more interested in the characters and how they react and develop to the insane situations? Well, the problem there is that they don't behave consistently enough to be believable either and pretty much all their choices are usually entirely plot-driven and exactly the opposite of what a rational person would do. I think there was one likeable character in this entire book and that's probably because they didn't get much page time and actually acted as someone would in their situation (well, mostly. Being a perfect child is hard work after all). If you are able to just run with what you're told, then I guess there's enough here to be a fun read. Don't overthink everything like I do and strap yourself in for the ride. Although don't expect much originality, creativity or genuine surprises. I should also note that I did the audiobook version which didn't have the best of narrators, but I doubt a less whiny voice would have done much to save this one, unfortunately.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Ralph

    2.5 stars - Passable psychological thriller; predictable plot, menacing antagonist, gullible MC When the book is in the zone, it is a page-turner. When it isn't, it isn't pretty. Eve, the antagonist, is cruel, heartless, manipulative. Evil. The character was written well and she was really getting on my nerves. I was hoping that she would finally get her comeuppance and the sooner the better. However our protagonist, Catherine, has to be the most gullible character that I've happened across in fi 2.5 stars - Passable psychological thriller; predictable plot, menacing antagonist, gullible MC When the book is in the zone, it is a page-turner. When it isn't, it isn't pretty. Eve, the antagonist, is cruel, heartless, manipulative. Evil. The character was written well and she was really getting on my nerves. I was hoping that she would finally get her comeuppance and the sooner the better. However our protagonist, Catherine, has to be the most gullible character that I've happened across in fiction. She is an intelligent and successful venture capital research analyst, on the fast track to partnership in the firm. However, after an unfortunate incident, she is drawn into Eve's web and is seemingly powerless to avoid a downward spiral. Making misstep after misstep, it makes one wish it were possible to jump into the book and say, "Wait! Stop and think." Overall, the story line was predictable and the surprise "twist" at the end wasn't all that much of a surprise. The ending was flat and not as dramatic as the reader might have anticipated due to the buildup leading to the scene in the cemetery. This is far from a great novel and yet not a terrible book. The narration wasn't terrible either. Although parts of it were spotty and the accents were a little "strained" and annoying. I rate this book It was okay plus a little more to acknowledge the sections of the book that hit the mark.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Ellie Clayton

    I had never heard of this book until my sister read it earlier this year and recommended it. Psychological suspense involving female friendships (or not so much) is one of my favorite sub-genres, so I was really excited to start this one. The novel is extremely fast-paced and is difficult to put down - I read it in 2 days. While a bit predictable at times, I was definitely shocked by the final twist. The main character also frustrated me - she kept making such stupid decisions, but I was still u I had never heard of this book until my sister read it earlier this year and recommended it. Psychological suspense involving female friendships (or not so much) is one of my favorite sub-genres, so I was really excited to start this one. The novel is extremely fast-paced and is difficult to put down - I read it in 2 days. While a bit predictable at times, I was definitely shocked by the final twist. The main character also frustrated me - she kept making such stupid decisions, but I was still ultimately rooting for her. I will say, there is a trigger warning towards the end of the book that I was not expecting. While disturbing, it was just about a page long and not graphic. Feel free to message me if you want to know what it is. Overall though, if you are looking for a quick, fast-paced psychological thriller, this is one I definitely recommend picking up!

  27. 4 out of 5

    Julian

    I loved this book. The story is very suspenseful and you do not know what the next game of Eve's is going to be!!! She would be enough to push me over the edge, believe me!!! This book is definitely worth the read if you like nail biting suspense! Enjoy! I loved this book. The story is very suspenseful and you do not know what the next game of Eve's is going to be!!! She would be enough to push me over the edge, believe me!!! This book is definitely worth the read if you like nail biting suspense! Enjoy!

  28. 4 out of 5

    Tamera Wallen-Strong

    I wanted to like this book, I really did. I had just read "Missing Molley" by the author and was blown away, so when I saw this book I was eager. I dunno......the characters make no sense. Katherine is suppose to be this witty, fast thinking executive, but yet she is dumb as a box of rocks...so which is it? Is she savvy or is she naive? I HATED her.... She can use the Internet to research companies, but it doesn't occur to her to Google news on local hit and run victims? The plot is very predicta I wanted to like this book, I really did. I had just read "Missing Molley" by the author and was blown away, so when I saw this book I was eager. I dunno......the characters make no sense. Katherine is suppose to be this witty, fast thinking executive, but yet she is dumb as a box of rocks...so which is it? Is she savvy or is she naive? I HATED her.... She can use the Internet to research companies, but it doesn't occur to her to Google news on local hit and run victims? The plot is very predictable....the ending anti-climatic and the middle is.just.so.slow. If you can get this book for free on Hoopla, or maybe in the bargain bin for a few bucks, it is an OK read...but for heavens sake, don't pay full price.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Elaine

    Ever since I was a young kid, I got anxious when I felt tension in something I was watching on television. (I carry that over to books as well.) This one had a bit of tension but nothing that really materialized as it should have when something such as after the premise for this story occurs. Missing was the anxiety. I didn’t feel it. It should have been nail-biting. Nope. I should have felt Katherine’s fear. Instead what I sensed was a wuss. Ya, I can I understand K being a wuss but come on! Wh Ever since I was a young kid, I got anxious when I felt tension in something I was watching on television. (I carry that over to books as well.) This one had a bit of tension but nothing that really materialized as it should have when something such as after the premise for this story occurs. Missing was the anxiety. I didn’t feel it. It should have been nail-biting. Nope. I should have felt Katherine’s fear. Instead what I sensed was a wuss. Ya, I can I understand K being a wuss but come on! Where was the fear? The anxiety? I expected to “feel” more than I did. It was a brilliant premise. It just didn’t work for me. And it was predictable.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Gillian Moore

    The Accident by Natalie Barelli 🖤 ‘She made one mistake and now she’ll have to pay’. ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• My goodness. What a book! I literally couldn’t put it down. When Kat meets Eve, her night in shining armour she is too good to be true. A fast and intense friendship is formed until a tragic accident rips their lives apart. But what is Eve hiding? And why has Kat’s life suddenly spiralled out of control. ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• Another fantastic psychological thril The Accident by Natalie Barelli 🖤 ‘She made one mistake and now she’ll have to pay’. ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• My goodness. What a book! I literally couldn’t put it down. When Kat meets Eve, her night in shining armour she is too good to be true. A fast and intense friendship is formed until a tragic accident rips their lives apart. But what is Eve hiding? And why has Kat’s life suddenly spiralled out of control. ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• Another fantastic psychological thriller from Natalie Barelli. This was dark and creepy and quite breath taking. I sped through this, gasping aloud at some parts and wanting to scream at others. Amazing. Highly recommended xx

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