After a devastating car accident, Nick whispers his last words to his wife, Mackenzie: “As soon as they know I’m dead, they’ll come after you.”
Frightened and bewildered, Mackenzie travels to Philadelphia for the reading of her late husband’s will. To her shock, she learns that Nick’s mother, Cora, is not dead as he always claimed—rather, she is living as a recluse in the f
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it was ok
Right, review done.
This book really took a lot out of me as I persisted with it thinking it had to rev up at some point.
It has a steady pace but a very slow start after Nicks death unveils secrets of his past. I was being so hopeful.
The plot should have been brilliant but it fell flat, I skimmed bits in the middle and the reveals at the end were terribly predictable.
As for the main characters. Cora is well written as a mean spirited spiteful woman. I found Mackenzie to be insipid and weak
How well does anyone know the man they are married too?
Mackenzie’s life turns upside down when she loses her husband from complications of a horrible car accident. On his death bed, he whispers to her to go to Philadelphia and find James…but in the whirlwind of his passing and her grief she writes these words off as delusion, his brain playing tricks on him from his injuries.
All this changes when she gets notification about a will that she didn’t know existed. Being overseen by an att
ARC for review.
First, this book was about seven times longer than it needed to be.
Second, when I find out my dead husband has lied to me about his entire history, remind me to simply take my fifteen million dollars off and console myself with that money, while leaving the rest as a bad business that really doesn’t concern me, but does concern a lot of bat-shit crazy people. Also remind me that I ALREADY HAVE THE MONEY so there is absolutely no reason for me to go into Nancy Drew mode while sta