”An Anonymous Girl”-Greer Hendricks & Sarah Pekkanen

Let me just start this by saying how much I love these two authors.  Did anyone else read their other book “The Wife Between Us”? I listened to this one (thanks to the library).  I had questions during the whole book.  My biggest complaint about this book was that the beginning was a little slow.  I know it had to build the main character’s (Jessica) story. Then all of a sudden BAM with the action.  During the whole book there were little details that you had to pick up to realize what was going to happen.  Hendricks and Pekkanen did a good job leading you to one thought about the ending and then changing it to another.  I wished I would have read it instead of listening to it.  I will have to go back and actually read it to pick up on those details.

It all started with a girl just trying to make some money.  While Jessica is doing her makeup job she finds out about a study where she can make some cash.  That is when it all goes downhill for Jessica.  You think this therapist is a good person and that this is just some normal study.  IT ISN’T NORMAL.  Dr. Shields is just pain crazy.  Jessica makes some questionable choices just for money.  Of course, these choices end up coming back and hurting her.  How far does she go to protect her family?  How does she get away from Dr. Shields and go back to a normal life?

Well I guess you will just have to read it and find out!

On Goodreads I gave this book 5 stars!

Let me know what you guys think about this book!

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