by Kate Moretti
Publisher: Atria Books
Buy the Book: Amazon
Goodreads: Zoe Whittaker is living a charmed life. She is the beautiful young wife to handsome, charming Wall Street tycoon Henry Whittaker. She is a member of Manhattan’s social elite. She is on the board of one of the city’s most prestigious philanthropic organizations. She has a perfect Tribeca penthouse in the city and a gorgeous lake house in the country. The finest wine, the most up-to-date fashion, and the most luxurious vacations are all at her fingertips.
What no one knows is that five years ago, Zoe’s life was in danger. Back then, Zoe wasn’t Zoe at all. Now her secrets are coming back to haunt her. As the past and present collide, Zoe must decide who she can trust before she—whoever she is—vanishes completely.
Kritters Thoughts: Going into fall one of the types of books that I love to read are the creepy ones and this one had a major creep factor! Zoe Whittaker is now living the high life, but her past was very very different and not many people know the full story. She thinks that she has hit the jackpot with a husband who can take care of her, but is her life truly perfect.
Do not judge the book by the shortness of this review, it is just too creepy and good that I just can't share too much and ruin it! Zoe was a great character. This was one of those books where I may have shouted at the book DON'T OPEN THE DOOR or something to that affect. I love when a character and a book move me so much that I physically react and am "talking" to the book. I love it!
So if you love a book with a fair amount of creepy then this one is definitely for you.
I was excited to find out after reading this book that Kate Moretti had a fair backlist, so I will be picking up something else from her soon.
Rating: definitely a good read, but can't read two in a row
Ebook 2016 Challenge: 27 out of 50
Disclosure of Material Connection: I received one copy of this book free of charge from Atria Books. I was not required to write a positive review in exchange for receipt of the book; rather, the opinions expressed in this review are my own.