When You Find Me by P.J. Vernon
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
An unfortunate incident brought two old classmates together. Although Gray and Nina attended the same privileged school, they come from very different backgrounds. Unfortunately, their recent reunion was not a happy one, Nina appeared at Gary’s parents’ home to inform her of an abandoned car left in the middle of the road by Gray’s husband. Not to her surprise, Nina learns of Paul’s inaccessible situation. As an investigation begins, Gray is about to revisit her childhood nightmare.
The book began very slow, but as the novel revealed more and more reasons that drove Gray to the bottle – explained her constant need for alcohol as a “medicine” to forget the past. What started with a childhood trauma led to more betrayals from her family and loved ones. This novel is a perfect example of the power of money. If you’re looking for a gripping fast read thriller with a jaw-dropping ending – this is your next read. The well-written intriguing plot explains the aftermath of a traumatic event.
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