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Confidential

Length: 11 hrs and 39 mins
5 out of 5 stars (1 rating)
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Summary

From the bestselling author of Neighborly comes a twisty novel of psychological suspense about the lies three women tell to survive, and the ones they’d kill to keep hidden.

Everyone loves therapist Michael Baylor. He’s handsome. He’s respected. And he’s provided a safe place for his female patients. Now he’s dead, and a detective is casting a tight net for the murderer - because the good doctor may have done some very bad things with the women who trusted him. That’s if their stories check out.

There’s Lucinda, who struggled to process her childhood trauma even as she was falling in love with Dr. Baylor. Greer, an accomplished career woman who was torn by her sudden desire to have children, so she went to Dr. Baylor for help but may have gotten more than she bargained for. And then there’s Flora, a beautiful former patient who’d been on intimate terms with the man she called Dr. Michael for two years. Some might even say she was obsessed with him.

Three women caught in a tangled web of lies and secrets. And each with a motive for murder. With so much at stake, can any of them be trusted to tell the truth?

©2019 Holly Brown (P)2018 Brilliance Publishing, Inc., all rights reserved.

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  • Angelee
  • 14-03-19

I hate when there’s a good story with

I hate when there’s a good story with a terrible narrator. I can’t tell if one of the actresses
Is acting, but she has the most annoying accent and semi lisp. It’s like she’s faking a euro accent. Not sure if I can finish this thing.

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  • Sylvia
  • 16-03-19

Ugh - even free

Actually triple Ugh! First 30 seconds turned me off - stupid dialogue, first narration ever heard that combined trying to be sexy with a German/Slavic accented lisp. I don't care what the story is with this ridiculous delivery. A free Kindle read-listen that cost too much for my sanity.

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  • Sheltiebear
  • 10-04-19

Great story but narrative sometimes uncomfortable

Good twist for a psychological thriller, just not my kind of story. Great buildup of characters, you can almost picture them (if you don't think too hard on the voices.)

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  • ShariAnna - Arizona
  • 16-04-19

Silly

But I finished it so I will give it a couple of stars. It was all I had downloaded on Audible while traveling so I listened to it. The narrator performed the voice of "Flo" in a manner that ruined the book completely. It was hideous and awful! I turned it off several times until I sort of got used to it.
I think the idea for the plot was a good one. But then, the characters were developed in a way that had me not caring what happened tothem. The ending was, I think (?) supposed to leave the reader wondering who was crazy and delusional and who was evil,but by then I was apathetic about such character quirks due to the too many liberties taken by the author to misname mental health diagnoses, showing how little the author knows about psychology.
I don't recommend listening to the book at all. Reading it might be OK if you are wanting some mindless fluff to unwind, and don't mind the goofy inaccuracies about the field of mental health.

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  • kyproff
  • 29-03-19

ok listen

Flora's voice drove me crazy. Maybe because she was super annoying. Story was ok. The last chapter was an eye opener.

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  • CNAG
  • 28-03-19

Major Plot Twist

This was the first audiobook ive heard where everyone got their own actor, which was appreciated. As to the story, you spend a lot of time feeling one way, to have your world rocked. The book definitely keeps you on your toes!

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  • Lblazin
  • 28-03-19

DO NOT spend a CREDIT to listen to this book.

THE worst narration I’ve heard on Audible!
The story is moderately interesting but becomes tedious after awhile; however, the worst part is the listening!
Reading this book is far better than listening.

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  • Latasha M. Taylor
  • 22-03-19

"Confidential" by Elle Monago

The audio is captivating that brings the psycho- thriller to life. I recommend anyone who enjoys suspense to read "Confidential" by Elle Monago

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  • A Reader
  • 18-03-19

good book

good narration but needs to be play a bit faster. book was a bit too long but it might go faster as a book rather than an audiobook. major plot twists were at the end. all story lines wrapped up very well. but sad

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  • Ceectee
  • 18-03-19

I enjoyed the story until...

I really enjoyed the story. The narration was a little disconcerting at times because of the various characters and the story from their point of views. The end was such a disappointment! After investing all that time in listening, the ending was a letdown. Maybe I misunderstood it, but the ending reminded me of the Dallas episode when Bobby Ewing is killed. When the new season starts, he's in the shower and the whole previous episode was just Pam Ewing's dream.