The Neighbors
In 1992, a car accident kills a young man and forever changes the lives of three people… Now, twenty years later, they’ll all come to regret the choices they made that day, as the secrets and lies they’ve told to protect each other become the very things that tear their lives apart.After a night of fun, Abby was responsible for the car crash that killed her beloved brother. It is a sin she can never forgive herself for, so she pushes away the man she loves most, knowing that he would eventually hate her for what she’s done, the same way she hates herself.Twenty years later, Abby’s husband, Nate, is also living with a deep sense of guilt. He was the driver who first came upon the scene of Abby’s accident, the man who pulled her to safety before the car erupted in flames, the man who could not save her brother in time. It’s this guilt, this regret that binds them together. They understand each other. Or so Nate believes.In a strange twist of fate, Liam (her old lover—possibly her true soulmate) moves in with his own family next door, releasing a flood of memories that Abby has been trying to keep buried all these years. Abby and Liam, in a complicit agreement, pretend never to have met, yet cannot resist the pull of the past—nor the repercussions of the dark secrets they’ve both been carrying…

The Neighbors Details

TitleThe Neighbors
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ReleaseMar 13th, 2018
PublisherMira Books
ISBN-139780778311003
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GenreMystery, Fiction, Suspense

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The Neighbors Review

  • Carrie
    January 1, 1970
    When Abby and Nate notice that there is a new family moving into the neighborhood they of course try to be friendly to the newcomers. Nate made his way over and offered to help but when Abby arrives she gets quite a shock when she realizes that the husband is none other than her ex, Liam, who was the love of Abby’s life until a tragic accident rocked her world.Years ago Abby and her brother had been in a car accident with Abby being the only one who survived. This had Abby completely hating hers When Abby and Nate notice that there is a new family moving into the neighborhood they of course try to be friendly to the newcomers. Nate made his way over and offered to help but when Abby arrives she gets quite a shock when she realizes that the husband is none other than her ex, Liam, who was the love of Abby’s life until a tragic accident rocked her world.Years ago Abby and her brother had been in a car accident with Abby being the only one who survived. This had Abby completely hating herself and struggling with how to go on in life so she pushed Liam away. At the same time Abby met Nate who was the man who had pulled her from the flames that engulfed the car that night which brought them close together and eventually to marriage.The Neighbors by Hannah Mary McKinnon is a suspenseful read that is full of long buried secrets and drama between these two couples. The story is told by changing the point of view between the various characters and also flashing back into the past to build the story of just what had happened the fateful night that Abby had lost her brother, pushed Liam away and found Nate walking into her life.While I found this one to be engaging I hesitated in really calling it a thriller. There are a few twists here and there to keep a reader on their toes but for the most part it just seemed to be more domestic drama that thrills. A few things that came with the wrap up kind of seemed a bit obvious to me but other events really surprised me. In the end though I did enjoy the book and would certainly pick another by this author in the future.I received an advance copy from the publisher via Edelweiss.For more reviews please visit https://carriesbookreviews.wordpress....
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  • Melanie (mells_view)
    January 1, 1970
    The Neighbors was an entertaining story from the first page to the very last. New neighbors move in next door, and everything just unravels from there. Lies between husbands and wives. Tension between mothers and daughters. Old flames coming back into your lives. Secrets that you’ve kept buried for years and years. Lies you’ve told yourself to keep yourself sane. Deceit. Dishonesty. Unfaithfulness That’s what this book is.This story is told in multiple POV’s, and also jumps from present to past. The Neighbors was an entertaining story from the first page to the very last. New neighbors move in next door, and everything just unravels from there. Lies between husbands and wives. Tension between mothers and daughters. Old flames coming back into your lives. Secrets that you’ve kept buried for years and years. Lies you’ve told yourself to keep yourself sane. Deceit. Dishonesty. Unfaithfulness That’s what this book is.This story is told in multiple POV’s, and also jumps from present to past. I think the author did a great job unveiling things slowly, but giving clues that made you start to narrow your eyes and ask questions. There are honestly so many secrets and lies in this story that it was hard to keep them straight. By the end though... I was screaming at all of the revelations. MOST of them I pretty much had figured out, but wasn’t sure until it was all confirmed.I honestly spent so much of this book YELLING at all of the characters. They are all extremely flawed, and extremely human. For me that makes them some of the hardest characters to read, but that also shows me how WELL this author has written this book. The characters make poor choices. They will make you feel uncomfortable, and in the end you may still not enjoy any of them, but I have to say I ended this book smiling.If you enjoy characters who lie, cheat, keep secrets, and honestly just in general aren’t perfect. The Neighbors will be a perfect read for you.https://instagram.com/p/BdooLPLAyIA/^a fan edit on instagram!*ARC provided by NetGalley*
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  • Judy Collins
    January 1, 1970
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  • Mindy Mejia
    January 1, 1970
    In Hannah Mary McKinnon’s THE NEIGHBORS, two families are torn apart by a long-ago tragedy and secrets that won’t stay buried. When the Jeffersons move in next door, Abby Morris immediately recognizes her ex-lover, a man she left after a car accident shattered her life over twenty years ago. Forced to face the past, Abby realizes love, like tragedy, knows nothing of time. I was immediately hooked by the star-crossed premise and the expert pacing kept me compulsively turning pages to the final, s In Hannah Mary McKinnon’s THE NEIGHBORS, two families are torn apart by a long-ago tragedy and secrets that won’t stay buried. When the Jeffersons move in next door, Abby Morris immediately recognizes her ex-lover, a man she left after a car accident shattered her life over twenty years ago. Forced to face the past, Abby realizes love, like tragedy, knows nothing of time. I was immediately hooked by the star-crossed premise and the expert pacing kept me compulsively turning pages to the final, stunning conclusion. With THE NEIGHBORS, McKinnon establishes herself as a deft new voice in domestic suspense.
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  • Kaira Rouda
    January 1, 1970
    Poor Abby. Twenty years ago, a fiery crash changed the course of her life forever. Now married with a teenage daughter, Abby is muddling along in the suburbs when her former boyfriend, and his family, moves in next door. That’s when the trouble begins. THE NEIGHBORS keeps building, pulling you in, and just when you think you’ve figured out what will happen next, a twist will leave you breathless. An emotional, smart and gripping story, you’ll race through the pages, waiting to discover just how Poor Abby. Twenty years ago, a fiery crash changed the course of her life forever. Now married with a teenage daughter, Abby is muddling along in the suburbs when her former boyfriend, and his family, moves in next door. That’s when the trouble begins. THE NEIGHBORS keeps building, pulling you in, and just when you think you’ve figured out what will happen next, a twist will leave you breathless. An emotional, smart and gripping story, you’ll race through the pages, waiting to discover just how wrong you were, again. Brilliantly done!
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  • Kimberly Belle
    January 1, 1970
    Secrets and scandal are at the heart of Hannah Mary McKinnon’s up-all-night tale, in which new neighbors threaten to unearth long-buried skeletons. Filled with a tangled web of twists and turns, The Neighbors is a gripping, edge-of-your-seat story all the way to the shocking end.
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  • Mary
    January 1, 1970
    Review galley from the publisher and NetGalley in exchange for my review.The Neighbors is the story of Abby and Nate and Nancy and Liam who are new neighbors. The remarkable thing about that is Abby and Liam share a past. They knew each other many years ago but don’t let on to their spouses. Both are equally shocked to find themselves living near each other. You can imagine the various directions the plot could go. And it does. So much so that near the end my neck felt sore from all the twists a Review galley from the publisher and NetGalley in exchange for my review.The Neighbors is the story of Abby and Nate and Nancy and Liam who are new neighbors. The remarkable thing about that is Abby and Liam share a past. They knew each other many years ago but don’t let on to their spouses. Both are equally shocked to find themselves living near each other. You can imagine the various directions the plot could go. And it does. So much so that near the end my neck felt sore from all the twists and turns! I kid about my neck but not about the twists and turns. This book has all the makings of a night-time tv drama. As it played out I just shook my head and thought “really?!” That said, if you’re looking for an entertaining read you might want to pick up a copy of The Neighbors. Even though I found it more than a bit far-fetched I looked forward to picking it up each time to see what would happen next.
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  • Thamy
    January 1, 1970
    And I turn more and more into McKinnon's fan.Have you ever wondered how it would be to have The One You Lost move to the house next door? Well, let's just say Abby is not as happy as we think we would be when she finds Liam to be her new neighbor. After losing her brother, her best friend ever, Abby has found herself the perfect family—or almost, considering the constant arguments with her teenage daughter. But the farce she has built along the years starts to show now Liam is back in her life. And I turn more and more into McKinnon's fan.Have you ever wondered how it would be to have The One You Lost move to the house next door? Well, let's just say Abby is not as happy as we think we would be when she finds Liam to be her new neighbor. After losing her brother, her best friend ever, Abby has found herself the perfect family—or almost, considering the constant arguments with her teenage daughter. But the farce she has built along the years starts to show now Liam is back in her life. However, she may not be the only one keeping secrets.This story is told from multiple point of views and yet the characters still managed to surprise me with all they hide and manage to cause. Even though I don't really consider the book to be a thriller, I think it got really close so full of revelations it was.To be honest, "the story of two couples suffering middle-life crises hashtag firstworldproblems" isn't the type that calls to me. To be even more honest the "dark secrets" in the summary only read like daytime soap opera cliffhanger, they really wouldn't have been enough for me to give this a try. Luckily, I had read McKinnon's previous novel, Time After Time, and fallen in love with her smart and fun narrative. This is the reason I'm telling you—give this a chance.I think this book's weak point were the characters, actually. Abby is obviously the main one, the one around whom all others revolve. And still, I couldn't connect. It's not for no reason, she has lost herself since the death of her younger brother, which made her really hard to love. In a much less complex way, Liam also seems too fake to really love; even though he is wealthy, has a great body and seems to be amicable enough, there's just that "too perfect to be true" aura about him. And the thing is that it may have been the author's intention to build both that way. After all, this is about secrets.My favorites were Nate and Sarah, the daughter. They were really precious and made me feel like giving them hugs all the time, despite and/or because of their flaws. Sarah's voice was especially charming, made me long for a YA by this same author. And notwithstanding what I said about Abby above, I liked the way she narrated. And well, I've also said this already but I'm a fan of McKinnon's fun way to narrate. Countless times, I found myself chuckling and nodding because I could just see myself in the same situation.While this is no lighthearted story, the book is very easy and quick to read. Not only is it funny, but it also just grabs you, sits you there and won't let you stop until it's over. The way you dive into these character's hidden skeletons after a few chapters of feeling you also want that life for you made me feel out of breath, panicky to simply get there and ohmygodhowdoIgetoutofthis.I also have to mention McKinnon has considerably improved since her debut novel. And this is amazing because she was already a really good writer. The Neighbors turned out to be more complex, darker, but I can still see the elements that made me fall for her style. It's like she decided to give good a twist on Time After Time's premise of what if you could have another chance with the love of your life. And considering all the differences, I'm extremely curious to see what she'll write next.Honest review based on an ARC provided by Edelweiss. Many thanks to the publisher for this opportunity.
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  • Milena
    January 1, 1970
    The Neighbors was an emotional, edge-of-your-seat read about how secrets and lies can shape different relationships and impact people's lives. The story is written in four different POVs and two different timelines (past and present). It could've have been confusing with so many different POVs but it actually worked well, each character had a very distinct voice. Each character is hiding something and is haunted by bad decisions or events from the past. All the characters are complicated and fla The Neighbors was an emotional, edge-of-your-seat read about how secrets and lies can shape different relationships and impact people's lives. The story is written in four different POVs and two different timelines (past and present). It could've have been confusing with so many different POVs but it actually worked well, each character had a very distinct voice. Each character is hiding something and is haunted by bad decisions or events from the past. All the characters are complicated and flawed, I found Abby the most interesting and Liam the most mysterious. The writing was very engrossing, I had a hard time putting the book down because I had to know what was going to happen to the characters. I wanted to give The Neighbors 5 stars but I wasn't entirely satisfied with the ending. There are a lot of twists, which some I guessed and was expecting, but the twist in the last chapter, Sarah's diary entry, was one twist too many for me. I feel that it was unnecessary and didn’t add much to the story. If that last chapter wasn't there it would have been a perfect read. I still very much enjoyed this book and will definitely pick up other books by this author. *ARC provided by the publisher via Edelweiss
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  • Autumn
    January 1, 1970
    Received an ARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. OH. EM. GEE. I NEED PEOPLE TO READ THIS SO I CAN DISCUSS THIS BOOK WITH THEM!!!!!!I knew from the description this was going to be a page turner and it did not disappoint. At the beginning I felt like this was definitely a 5 star book. Then somewhere along the way I thought...NO this is a 10 star book - just give this book all the stars. Then, the twists and turns happened and I wanted to take all the stars from this book. In the e Received an ARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. OH. EM. GEE. I NEED PEOPLE TO READ THIS SO I CAN DISCUSS THIS BOOK WITH THEM!!!!!!I knew from the description this was going to be a page turner and it did not disappoint. At the beginning I felt like this was definitely a 5 star book. Then somewhere along the way I thought...NO this is a 10 star book - just give this book all the stars. Then, the twists and turns happened and I wanted to take all the stars from this book. In the end....FIVE STARS! I cannot stop thinking about this book. I have to remind myself that this book is a work of fiction and these characters don't actually exist. Abby - I loved her, then I slowly started to hate her. Near the end I just felt sorry for her. Nate - Oh, I loved him. Always doing the right thing. Loving enough for everyone. Liam - I love him, but much like Abby I started to hate him. In the end...I think I just felt hate for him.Nancy - I didn't have feelings one way or the other for Nancy. She just was. A necessary part of the story, but a character that you really felt one way or the other for. Sarah. - WOW. I will just say...I don't think that apple fell far from the tree. Fantastic book. Anxious to read more from this author.
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  • Cassidy
    January 1, 1970
    This was an uncorrected proof copy I received from Harper Collins.Rating: 3.5/5 StarsThe Neighbors is a heart-throb of a novel, brimming with emotional tension. Abby and Nate appear to be a perfect couple, but when new neighbors move in next door the past begins to unravel. McKinnon packs drama and decisions based mostly on selfish impulses into this novel.McKinnon successfully used the power of dialogue and emotion to write her story. I could feel the anguish and despair Abby felt as she laid i This was an uncorrected proof copy I received from Harper Collins.Rating: 3.5/5 StarsThe Neighbors is a heart-throb of a novel, brimming with emotional tension. Abby and Nate appear to be a perfect couple, but when new neighbors move in next door the past begins to unravel. McKinnon packs drama and decisions based mostly on selfish impulses into this novel.McKinnon successfully used the power of dialogue and emotion to write her story. I could feel the anguish and despair Abby felt as she laid in a hospital bed after Tom's death. I could relate to the challenging relationship Abby shared with her teenage daughter. Many emotions were packed into this story and McKinnon had my heart invested in the fate of her characters.I had so many mixed emotions about the characters in this story. Overall, the majority of them were selfish, impulsive and immature. Abby and Nancy, two female characters in their forties, behaved as though they were teenage girls. They both were insecure and jealous. Often times, I found Nancy insufferable and petty. Although there should be a limit to the excuses made for Abby, I do think she was the way she was due to her past. Nate was a great character. He was a loving, devoted husband and father. His good qualities helped bring some balance to the story.Some themes present in The Neighbors include loss, secrecy and betrayal. The loss of Tom, Abby's brother, shaped her entire adult life. Her guilt and emptiness didn't wane over time. Liam also suffered a loss when the love of his life walked away so many years before. Many secrets were woven throughout the two families. Secrets about the past, such as the car accident, a conference in 1998, Sarah, affairs and more, created complex problems. Many of these would have no quick and easy resolution, but only lead to heartbreak and betrayal.This book was a fun and easy read. However, the fun read lead to an emotionally unsatisfying ending. The author spent so much time and energy building up to this climax, and then just kills Abby off. It was an easy out. So much of the story was unresolved when the book ended. Nate, Liam, Abby and Nancy never resolved their personal issues. Abby never got to hear the truth about what really happened the night Tom died. I closed the book feeling disappointed. This book had a lot of really amazing qualities to it, but it wasn't perfect. I liked it, but I didn't love it.
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  • Carol
    January 1, 1970
    will have a different reaction to it. This story flashes back and forth from the present to the past and a through the voices of different characters. When new neighbors move in next door, the person who starts off the narration adds at the end of the chapter what he should have done if he only knew about what he learned later. Just one little question as the expression on someone's face would have made for a very different ending.Just prior to first entry of the present, there is a big car cras will have a different reaction to it. This story flashes back and forth from the present to the past and a through the voices of different characters. When new neighbors move in next door, the person who starts off the narration adds at the end of the chapter what he should have done if he only knew about what he learned later. Just one little question as the expression on someone's face would have made for a very different ending.Just prior to first entry of the present, there is a big car crash on July 18, 1992 after Nate was passing by, stops to see if he could help the victim or victims. He pulls Abby who was lying outside of the car away from before it burst into flames. He had heard her call for help and later for Tom, her brother, who she says in the car. There is a lot of history spelled out between the all the characters, even Abby's mother had very dark secrets. What happens when the clues to the secrets appear? Lies and we learn that lies can destroy lives. I enjoyed this book tremendously and spent some time thinking about my own secrets. I am thinking that we all have them, don't you?I received an advanced reading copy of this book from the Publisher as a win from FirstReads but that in no way made a difference in my thoughts or feelings in this review.
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  • Ann
    January 1, 1970
    I received this book as an advanced reader copy with a promise to make an honest review. I am accustomed to reading Christian fiction and mysteries, so this is a different genre for me.. The only issues I had with this book were the foul language and the adult sexual content of the book. If that was omitted from the book, I would have simply loved it. With that being said, the book was very intense, which I loved. It grabbed my attention all the way through, I didn't want to put it down, I just I received this book as an advanced reader copy with a promise to make an honest review. I am accustomed to reading Christian fiction and mysteries, so this is a different genre for me.. The only issues I had with this book were the foul language and the adult sexual content of the book. If that was omitted from the book, I would have simply loved it. With that being said, the book was very intense, which I loved. It grabbed my attention all the way through, I didn't want to put it down, I just had to find out what happened!! Especially at the end, when everything was revealed. And what an ending! After reading it, I was exhausted and had to sit and collect myself for a minute or so. I had felt like I was actually there. The book is set up as each "chapter" is a point of view of different characters in the story. And it goes back and forth from past to present goings-on. Which I found very interesting. It helped to keep things in perspective. This allows the reader to get a sense of how each character felt, what they thought and their "side of the story". Overall, I really enjoyed the book and would recommend it to readers who like contemporary suspense, drama, mystery, romance novels. But, I would not recommend it to readers that don't like the language and adult sexual content that it has. Thank you for allowing me to participate in reading and reviewing this book.
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  • Harold
    January 1, 1970
    A GoodReads GiveAwayNice quick read. An old lover moves in next door and old lies come into play.
  • Nick Pengelley
    January 1, 1970
    Brilliant! Seriously, just open the first page. You won't be able to put it down. Guaranteed!
  • Karma
    January 1, 1970
    Secrets never stay buried forever...and in Hannah Mary McKinnon's suspenseful domestic novel, THE NEIGHBORS, this truth leads to the dramatic unravelling of two families connected by more than their addresses. Loved the twists and turns and surprises through the pages, and stayed up far too late finishing this book!
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  • Patty
    January 1, 1970
    The NeighborsByHannah Mary McKinnonWhat it's all about...Nate and Abby and their teenage daughter Sarah seem to be living a relatively happy life. One day new neighbors move in and Abby realizes it is Liam and his wife and son. Liam is a man she has a past with. This unnerves Abby totally. Liam was the man she loved when her brother was killed in a fiery crash from an automobile accident. Abby believes the accident was her fault. Liam reminded her of happier times. So she sent him away...she nev The NeighborsByHannah Mary McKinnonWhat it's all about...Nate and Abby and their teenage daughter Sarah seem to be living a relatively happy life. One day new neighbors move in and Abby realizes it is Liam and his wife and son. Liam is a man she has a past with. This unnerves Abby totally. Liam was the man she loved when her brother was killed in a fiery crash from an automobile accident. Abby believes the accident was her fault. Liam reminded her of happier times. So she sent him away...she never wanted to see him again. Needless to say their attraction to each other is still there. What will happen to everyone’s happy contented lives? Why I wanted to read it...This book had a dysfunctional kind of tone to it and I love that aspect in a book. Abby had issues with her mother who blamed her for her brother’s death. Abby married Nate because he was kind but she never truly loved him. So...of course we know that the attraction to Liam is going to be disastrous for everyone. What made me truly enjoy this book...The relationships in this book were both complex and complicated. There were always weird undercurrents that involved all of these characters.Why you should read it, too...Readers who love to read about family issues that teem with dysfunction should enjoy this book. The pace was good and the writing was spot on. One thing bothered me, though, and that was the ending...it seemed a bit too unrealistic? It just did not sit well with me. It almost felt as though it was not a part of this book. I received an advance reader’s copy of this book from the publisher through NetGalley and Amazon. It was my choice to read it and review it.
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  • Heather
    January 1, 1970
    This was the first book I have read by Hannah Mary McKinnon and it was a fabulous read! Suspenseful and such a great page turner. I could identify with Abby and felt like we were long lost friends. Wow! How much sorrow can one person go through?! I was happy to see that she was able to turn her life around after a tragic accident. I don't want to give the story and plot away, but I would definitely recommend this book. McKinnon keeps you guessing until the end. You will find yourself saying, "No This was the first book I have read by Hannah Mary McKinnon and it was a fabulous read! Suspenseful and such a great page turner. I could identify with Abby and felt like we were long lost friends. Wow! How much sorrow can one person go through?! I was happy to see that she was able to turn her life around after a tragic accident. I don't want to give the story and plot away, but I would definitely recommend this book. McKinnon keeps you guessing until the end. You will find yourself saying, "No way!!" as you read every last paragraph . My only reservation throughout the whole book was how it ended with Abby..... I felt like that could have been elaborated on a little more. McKinnon definitely ripped the band-aid off there and didn't look back. This book definitely solidifies the idea that secrets never stay secrets for long. They always come out, and never at the most opportune time. Special thanks to the folks at #NetGalley and the publishers at Harlequin for supplying me with a copy of the book in exchange for my honest opinion! #TheNeighbors #NetGalley
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  • Lindsey Eick
    January 1, 1970
    I received an advanced reader’s copy of this book from @Harlequin for an honest review. This book intrigued me from the first few pages and just kept getting better. I loved the story and how it’s familiar concept was portrayed to me in a way that I have never read before. Each character’s story was portrayed in alternating chapters alternating between past and present to weave the stories between Abby, Liam, Nate, Nancy, and Sarah (Zac, another character did not have chapters devoted to his voi I received an advanced reader’s copy of this book from @Harlequin for an honest review. This book intrigued me from the first few pages and just kept getting better. I loved the story and how it’s familiar concept was portrayed to me in a way that I have never read before. Each character’s story was portrayed in alternating chapters alternating between past and present to weave the stories between Abby, Liam, Nate, Nancy, and Sarah (Zac, another character did not have chapters devoted to his voice but was present in other characters’ chapters.) Just like Jodi Picoult’s novels, I felt like I knew how the story was going to end, but she threw in some curveballs to alter how it was going to end. I look forward to reading more of McKinnon’s work in the future!!
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  • An Introvert Reads
    January 1, 1970
    I originally thought this was going to be a murder mystery, but I was glad it wasn't ! It was a great change from my usual mystery genre. I absolutely loved this book ! It was just the perfect amount of drama, romance, secrets. It was beautifully written and was a page turner. Also, maybe I'm crazy but I could really relate to the main character Abby. Highly recommend.
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  • Sarah
    January 1, 1970
    This was a fun suburban domestic drama--not really the psychological thriller I was expecting, though there were some (predictable) twists at the end. I would recommend it if you want something slightly twisty with Desperate Housewives levels of secrets and drama.*I received a free pre-release copy of this ebook from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review
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  • Kristie
    January 1, 1970
    I really enjoyed this book a lot more then I thought I would when I had read only the synopsis. This was a great suspenseful story with many twists and turns and an ending that I honestly did not see coming.
  • Susan Wright
    January 1, 1970
    Thoroughly enjoyed this book and can't wait to share it with others! It is a mix between suspense, romance, and family drama. Some of the plot twists were a little predictable (hence the 4 star rating) but the narration and point of view story telling was excellent!
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  • Alaina Maxam
    January 1, 1970
    THIS IS A VERY POWERFUL STORY. I ENJOYED THIS BOOK IMMENSELY. BUT I WISH IT HAD A DIFFERENT ENDING.
  • Sandy Lusardi desiervo
    January 1, 1970
    Excellent story, I could not put this book down! Highly recommend!
  • Kathy
    January 1, 1970
    ☆°☆°☆ARC provided by Netgallery☆°☆°☆Wow,Just wow!This book was twisted in so many ways. IT THREW a curve ball around every page. I absolutely loved it.
  • Shannon Dyer
    January 1, 1970
    Not at all what I was expecting. Review to come at AAR.
  • Julie Busa
    January 1, 1970
    Great read. Lots of twists and turns. Great ending!
  • Dawn O'brien
    January 1, 1970
    I found this book to be more of a domestic drama than a psychological thriller and quite slow moving until the end. There were at least 3 twists at the conclusion, one if which I’d guessed right at the beginning, but the others, wow I’m glad I continued to read!
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  • Tina Milledge
    January 1, 1970
    I was given a DRC in exchange for an honest review from Edelweiss+. Right from the very first page I was captured by the story telling. Cleverly written with plot twists and an unexpected tragic finale, I was drawn on through the story which is narrated by multiple characters, then and now, all seamlessly connected. In summary, a very good heart-wrenching story of love, lust, secrets and tragedy in two neighbouring families. I would definitely read more from this author.
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