At fifteen years old, Millie is living with a foster family preparing to testify against her mother, who has killed nine children while Millie was living at home with her. As the trial draws nearer, Millie still hears her mother in her head, and can’t help but wonder if she’s more similar to her mother than she cares to admit. Will Millie follow in her mothers footsteps, or will she choose a new life?
One year on Halloween, Chelsea’s college roommates were brutally murdered and Chelsea was left clinging to life. After being taken to the hospital, she awakes with not much recollection of what happened that night, but is told that her boyfriend Ethan is being implicated in the murders, but has fled and hasn’t been found. Now, almost five years later, Chelsea has relocated to Boston with her best friend Elizabeth, a nurse she met at the hospital after the attack, and is doing her best to move forward in her life.
After she reconnects with someone from her past, Chelsea starts receiving threatening notes, and constantly feels like someone is watching her. She thinks she sees Ethan at random places, and she grows more paranoid that she’s in danger…
Authors Ethan and Sutton lived an idyllic life up until the tragic loss of their six month old son. Even though the death was ruled as accidental, each of them blames the other, and their marriage has been tense. Despite trying to get their relationship back on track, Ethan wakes up one day to a note from Sutton stating she’s left him and tells him not to look for her. Despite the fact that their relationship has been volatile, Ethan thinks something is wrong – all of Sutton’s things are still at home, including her cell phone, clothes, and wallet.
As the police and the media start to speculate about what happened, Ethan finds himself at the center of the investigation. Did Ethan really have something to do with Sutton’s disappearance? Is he being framed? Lie to Me is full of twists that will keep you on the edge of your seat until the thrilling conclusion!
I know I’m a few days late, but my parents were in town over the weekend, and then I wasn’t feeling great and didn’t have the energy to post, but alas, here I am with my September wrap up! In September I read 21 books, so below I’ll share them all with you and let you know which ones were my favorites!