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Summary

A woman’s suspicions about her ex-boyfriend become a dangerous obsession in a twisting novel of psychological suspense by Washington Post and Wall Street Journal bestselling author Minka Kent.

Eight years ago, Grace McMullen broke Sutton Whitlock’s heart when she walked away. But it was only to save him from the baggage of her own troubled past. Now all she wants is to make sure he’s okay.

Only everything she learns about him online says otherwise. According to his social media accounts, he placed roots in her hometown, married a look-alike, and even named his daughter Grace. He clearly hasn’t moved on. In fact, it’s creepy. So Grace does what any concerned ex-girlfriend would do: She moves home…and watches him.

But when Grace crosses paths with Sutton’s wife, Campbell, an unexpected friendship develops. Campbell has no idea whom she’s inviting into her life. As the women grow closer, it becomes clear to Grace that Sutton is not the sentimental man she once knew. He seems controlling, unstable, and threatening. And what a broken man like Sutton is capable of, Grace can only imagine. It’s up to her to save Campbell and her baby now - but while she’s been watching them, who’s been watching her?

©2021 by Nom de Plume LLC. (P)2021 Brilliance Publishing, Inc., all rights reserved.

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  • TaSigmund
  • 02-05-21

Great Suspense

I've never read anything by Minka Kent before and i wanted to read this book. It took a bit for me to get into the book but i'm glad i stuck with it. The twists and turns had me on the edge of my sit and kept me turning the pages. The book is easy to read/follow along and will keep you up to finish it. i'll have to check out her other books. I recommend this book for you thriller/suspense people.

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  • Julie Duke
  • 23-07-21

Great book!

I absolutely loved this book. It was not what I expected. It was better than what I thought it would be. The story is amazing. I shed a couple of tears.

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  • Joyce Harris
  • 20-07-21

the watcher girl

I struggled throughout the story. it was different but the same as other books I read. about people with mental illnesses. but the ending had a good twist. I also think that the best part was when she talked to her father's new girlfriend. about living. in the past and needing to find her own future life.

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  • J.Hamp
  • 14-07-21

Boring

Waste of energy even trying to listen. predictable line. Good narrator. Will exchange it.

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  • Just Wendy
  • 11-07-21

Good story

This was a good story with great narration. I didn’t realize it was part of a series but it worked ok as a stand alone. I had a few questions but the mystery kept me intrigued and I thought the narrator did a good job with all the characters. I only discovered Minka in the last year or so. I’ve enjoyed each piece immensely and look forward to what else she shall share with us in years to come.

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  • Tyrone Saucedo
  • 06-07-21

Definitely a Great Listen

What an excellent book and fantastic narration! Don’t pass this one up! I listened to it in two days and made extra excuses to drive!!

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  • Sandy McRae
  • 01-07-21

Decent book

Few twists to it but I could kinda figure out what was going on so really no wow factor with this book.overall quick read

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 04-06-21

Great plot!

Thriller! Well written and thoughtout plot! Scary and all too real. To narrator Saskia Maarleveld..... Good job👌

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  • Ariana Barajas
  • 02-06-21

Minorly Futuristic

The story could've had a little more suspension and less predictability, but overall it had a good flow and storyline. I really appreciate the ode to cryptocurrency and the dark web - albeit brief. The performance was really clear, soothing, and didn't make me fall asleep, so that's a plus. I'd definitely recommend this book as a quantifiable addition to your mental library.

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  • KJFJ
  • 16-05-21

Boring

The story lacked depth and was predictable, yet unnecessarily complicated. Parts of the story added both real value, especially with the main character's family.