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The Woman Before Me – NetGalley Review

Have you ever stayed awake all night just to finish the book that you have only just started? That’s what happened here, I devoured it on one go. I would just like to start by thanking NetGalley and Legend Press for giving me access to this book.

The-Woman-Before-Me-Cover

Luke had only been dead for three days, they came for me just like I knew they would…
Rose’ life is destroyed when her new born son is rushed to intensive care. Emma has everything that Rose wants, youthful beauty, a loving husband and a healthy son. That is until suddenly there’s a tragedy and the only suspect is Rose.

Rose has been behind bars for almost five years and her freedom is in the hands of her probation officer Cate. Is Rose a threat to society and does she feel remorse for Luke’s death? Cate begins to doubt her own judgement. Where do you draw the line between love and obsession?

I started this book mid afternoon and stayed awake until five in the morning just to finish it. I did not expect this book to draw me in as much as it did, especially as it was on my IPad rather than a hard copy. However the skill of Ruth Dugdall submerging you into this world is ridiculous. With me being a mother myself, this made me imagine how I would react if my little boy had been rushed straight to intensive care, and how I would feel to see my replacement with everything that I lacked. This book is insanely addictive and definitely worth 5 Stars.

Blair

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