Author: Kelsey Cheyenne
Genres: Suspense, Dark Romance
Release Date: 5 July 2018
How well can you really know someone?
Best friends Kennedy, Sage, Lexi,and Caroline seem to have it all Perfect families. Perfect jobs. Perfect lives.
They were untouchable. Nobody thought anything could go wrong. Until it did.
When Sage is betrayed by two people she trusts most, they realize they don’t really know each other at all.
Their lives rapidly decline into a tangled web of lies, adultery, betrayal, and murder.
Sometimes perfection isn’t always what it seems.
Oh my God! My mind is still blown while writing this review. This book is seriously something else. It’s been a while since I’ve read a book that had me so agitate to find what happens next!! I was even tempted at times to skip to the final chapters; that’s how bad I wanted to know who was really behind everything!
This book grabs you from the first page; you seriously can’t ignore that prologue!
Four couples: Kennedy and Logan, Caroline and Parker, Sage and Taylor, Lexi and Grayson. Each one has secrets and complicate relationships with everyone else! A friendship that at first looks “perfect” comes tumbling down throughout the book.
We get 5 POVs; one for each girl and one for the Betrayer, who’s one of the girls! After each chapter, I thought that I knew who the Betrayer was but then I wasn’t so sure! The fact that the Betrayer gets her own POV, made her even more mysterious. The information we get from these chapters just made me suspect everyone!
I still can’t fully understand what happened. My feelings are seriously all over the place! I freaking loved this book and I wish I could give more than 5 stars! The author really debuted with a bang!! I can’t wait to see what comes next from her!!
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Kelsey has always been an avid reader and has finally decided to bite the bullet and share her stories with the world. Above all else, she’s madly in love with her golden retriever, Hudson. She also has a dark, twisted sense of humor and a true crime obsession.
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