She thinks she's escaped. She thinks she's safe....
Helen has had to leave everything she's ever known behind: her home, her family, even her own name.
Now, returning to the UK as Ellen Newman, she moves to a small coastal village, working as a nanny for Donovan, a criminal psychologist. Attractive, caring and protective, this single father and his sweet daughter are a world away from Ellen's brutal past.
But Ellen can't shake the feeling that something's wrong.
Strange incidents begin to plague her new family, and their house of calm is about to become one of suspicion and fear.
Who can be trusted? Who is the target? Who is closing in?
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Really sad a woman wrote this
A little disappointing...
Best: Story had potential
The child in the book was irritating and sounded like a 3-4 year old, not an 8 year old.
Flow was just not there- felt forced. It touched on Donovan'a job (specific case he was working on) and gave enough detail to get me interested where I thought it might tie into the story, but it didn't. I know it was there to add another list of "possible stalkers". I felt like the book tried to teeter on "is she crazy" or "is this really happening?" but it didn't work for me, sadly.
I feel like the two main characters jumped right into a relationship and I didn't see the relationship build at all and it just didn't seem right- I didn't feel the connection (I know that sounds weird, but I just didn't feel that their "love story" or interest in each other started- it just was there.
Pleasant (reminds me of Rebecca Hall, the actress)
I found it just forced and unbelievable- it was her boyfriend not even her husband and she has to change her identity but doesn't move far away or notify the police?
I would not consider this psychological mystery, which was the category I found it in. I loved the authors other title, "Sister, Sister", but this one was a miss.