Verity by Colleen Hoover
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
An opportunity of a lifetime falls onto Lowen’s hands, and she is chosen to co-write the upcoming novels with a Queen of mystery Verity Crawford. After signing the deal, Lowen’s life, like puzzle pieces, begins to fall into the right places. And now, seating in the chair of the notorious writer, and reading her autobiography, against her own will Lowen begins to fall in love with Verity’s family. But suddenly, she hears a noise upstairs, in the bedroom that belongs to a paralyzed woman.
Love CoHo, but I was not impressed with this novel. It felt as if I have read this before. The plot was annoyingly predictable. The autobiography felt unrealistic and overplayed. And the letter at the end of the book felt overemphasized. It was too long and explained to an excessive degree. I didn’t feel any suspense while reading the novel and was hoping for a gripping twist at the end but was left disappointed.
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