After finding herself in a hospital, Amber realizes she can’t move. She also can’t speak, or open her eyes. She’s in a coma, but she can hear everything happening around her. She can’t remember what happened that landed her in the hospital, but she knows it wasn’t good, and by listening to the chatter of people coming in and out of her hospital room, she knows the police suspect her husband.
Alternating between the week prior to her accident, her present, and a series of childhood diary entries from two decades ago, this psychological thriller questions whether or not things are really lies if you believe they are the truth…
My name is Amber Reynolds. There are three things you should know about me: 1. I’m in a coma. 2. My husband doesn’t love me anymore. 3. Sometimes I lie.
At the age of fourteen, Alice was brutally attacked by two of her classmates who claimed to be acting on the direction of ‘Mister Tender’, a fictional comic book character who claims to give you what you desire most – but only if you complete horrible acts. Incidentally, Mister Tender was created by Alice’s own father. Left barely alive, Alice’s life changes forever.
Now, more than 10 years later, Alice is living in a new country and has attempted to leave her past behind her, until she realizes someone is watching her. As disturbing events escalate, Alice wonders how safe she really is, and who is watching her.
Tasked with finding a deceased woman’s former love in order to deliver an inheritance, Jake Boulder sets off to New York to live out her final wishes. The further into the case he gets, the more he realizes he’s putting himself – and his girlfriend Taylor – in serious danger.
Not one to say no to a challenge, Jake wants to figure out how to revel the dead woman’s secret, despite the fact that he might be putting his life at risk to do so. In the most recent installment of the Jake Boulder series, Jake has to face violence, mafia ties, an assassin…and his own father.
Twenty years ago, a serial killer, nicknamed the Prophet by the police, drove Caitlin’s police detective father to the brink of insanity. Driven mad by his inability to solve the case and save innocent lives, he retired from the police force, and Caitlin always remembered how terrified he was of the killer.
Now, Caitlin is a police officer herself, and killings identical to those of the Prophet’s have started again. Are the the work of a copycat, or is the Prophet back? If so, where has he been for the last number of years, and why start killing again now? As Caitlin is drawn deeper and deeper into the case, her father warns her not to let it consume her, but neither of them realize how much danger she’s actually in.
When Alexa and Drew end up stuck in an elevator together, they quickly hit it off, and Drew ends up asking Alexa to be his fake girlfriend at his exes wedding. She agrees, and sparks fly.
Despite living in different cities, Alexa and Drew continue to see each other. Even though Drew made it clear that he “doesn’t do relationships”, this feels different. He can’t stop thinking about Alexa, and likewise, she can’t stop thinking about him either. As feelings grow, Drew and Alexa will have to figure out if true love is worth risking everything for.
After being evicted from her apartment, college student Meadow answers an online ad for a room for rent. She meets Lauren, who is looking for a roommate in order to save some money, and they instantly click – Meadow moves in right away.
As the girls develop a friendship, Meadow can’t help but feel like she’s finally found a true friend – that is, until she sees Lauren doing something she shouldn’t be doing, and her entire opinion of Lauren changes, and Meadow can’t help but feel uneasy…
Alice and Kat are the best of friends, even despite their differences – Alice is a struggling stay at home mom, and Kat is an extremely wealthy socialite. Alice thinks nothing can shake their friendship, until one night when Kat’s husband Howard falls to his death from the second floor balcony of the home he shares with Kat.
Howard was an alcoholic, and all around jerk. Alice has never been a fan of his, especially when Kat confides in her regarding their marital problems, so she’s not devastated to hear that he drunkenly fell off of a balcony. What initially looks like an open and shut case quickly turns south when a witness claims they saw Howard pushed off of the balcony. Investigators soon start looking at Alice, and Kat has done dark – no calls, no texts, and Kat’s family tells Alice to stay away. What really happened to Howard, and who was behind it all? Continue reading →