The story of Dannie Kohan is satisfyingly and agonizingly appropriate in its representation of what life is. In between the pages of this book Rebecca Serle perfectly sets you up with the belief in a certain ending and then shows you every single way in which this ending seems like an impossibility.
When it is what it is
A Thriller by Rea Frey that ensnares the reader in a decision that was made in a blur of a few seconds
Gail Honeymoon writes about a sensible character and the fragility of human nature.
"The issue isn't whether he loved you, it's how much. Too much love can be a poison."