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Publisher's Summary

A dramatic and terrifying memoir of a 'catfish' scenario - when a woman meets a man online but nothing is what it seems.
Twenty-five-year-old Megan Henley put her five-year-old daughter to bed one evening and switched on her laptop. A Facebook friend request seemed to be genuine. There were a few common friends and very similar interests, so Megan accepted. With that one simple act, she changed her life forever.
In her words: 'Looking back on it, it was as if I had opened my front door to a stranger, as if I had thrown away every precaution I'd ever put in place, as if I had freely given access to my whole world - all because of some naïve belief that it was "just" a friend request on a social media site.'
Megan is tricked into paranoia, marriage and ultimately betrayal by the man she loved and trusted, but nothing is as it seems.
©2016 Megan Henley and Linda Watson Brown (P)2016 HarperCollins Publishers Limited
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By Amazon Customer on 10-26-16

True Story?

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I would have found most of this story over the top and far fetched in a book I was reading that I knew wasn't a true story, let alone one that is. Found myself getting annoyed at the 'Victims' stupidity nearly all the time, but I suppose its hard to know how we would act in these situations, I hope and pray I wouldn't act as this lady did, I would hope I would see the warning signs.....then don't we all think that! Mind you I would not let myself get close and intimate to a total stranger with mental issues, I know that for sure!!

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By morag cooper on 09-10-17

poor Miss Henley

what a shame how horrifing but i knew from page 1 poor family how horrifing

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