Thursday, May 19, 2022

Review: Make Me Disappear by Jessica Payne

Make Me Disappear
by Jessica Payne

Publisher: Bookouture
Pages: 381
Format: eARC
Buy the Book: Amazon

Goodreads:  By the time I realized the truth about Daniel it was too late. But the truth about me? He never saw that coming…

Dr Daniel Ashcroft was perfect: handsome, romantic, protective. I thought I was so lucky.

But then I heard the rumors about his previous girlfriend, that she had vanished without a trace. That’s when I found the cameras in my apartment.

I was trapped. Daniel made it clear I couldn’t leave him, not without risking everyone I loved. I had to disappear, so I arranged my own kidnapping.

I should have known Daniel would never let me get away that easily. But he could never have predicted what I’d do next…

Kritters Thoughts:  Two storylines - Noelle in the past and in the present.  Noelle in the past has met a great doctor and is in the process of falling in love.  Noelle in the present is on the run and the past doesn't look so great.  And while both storylines are going on, the reader can't trust anyone's viewpoint because the author wrote it just right!

I am finnicky when it comes to unreliable narrators sometimes the author does it just right and I love it from start to finish and sometimes its done poorly and I honestly have no idea how to differentiate between the two!  In this book, it was great partly because I honestly didn't feel like I could trust any of the characters.  All had motive to deception, but I also had a little empathy and sympathy for them all - they were written so well.  

While I may have guessed the culprit a little early, but only because I have become quote the mystery/thriller reader, I still enjoyed the journey of this book.  And to find out after finishing that this was a debut was a fun treat and I wish for so many more winded tales from Jessica Payne.  

Rating: definitely a good read, but can't read two in a row

Ebook 2022 Challenge: 41 out of 100

Disclosure of Material Connection:  I received one copy of this book free of charge from Bookouture.  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.

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